Looking for more than one volunteer opportunity this year? Our Seasonal Suite offers a quarterly hands-on volunteer experience that follows the seasons of the San Francisco Bay.
- Perfect opportunity for team-building and fostering new employee relationships
- Make planning easy! We offer four opportunities that you can incorporate year-round to fit your employees’ schedules and interests
- Save The Bay’s restoration experts provide meaningful, well-orchestrated and memorable experiences for your staff
- Your employees will take pride as they help Save The Bay re-establish 100,000 acres of wetlands and sustain our award-winning restoration and education programs
- Easy to plan for the year with many opportunities to meet your team’s volunteer goals
- Annual Bay Impact Report to share with your customers and partners
- Event Photos
- Listing in our Annual Report
- Roll up your sleeves each quarter on the shoreline: plant native seedlings (Winter), clean up the shoreline (Fall), remove invasive weeds (Spring), and transplant in our Nursery (Summer)
- All gloves, tools, equipment and instruction are provided
- Each half-day project is hosted between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.
- Sites: Oakland, Hayward, Palo Alto, Menlo Park and Marin
- We require a minimum financial donation to help sustain our programs, offset cost of materials, staff oversight and support our school education programs:
- $4,000 and may recruit a team of up to 30 volunteers
- $8,000 and may recruit a team of up to 60 volunteers
What people are saying about the Seasonal Suite:
“Volunteering with Save The Bay was the highlight of our quarter. Our employees had a fun team-building experience while getting out of the office on a beautiful day and working to save the wetlands in the East Bay. We enjoyed learning about native and invasive plants, and left with an appreciation for the important work Save The Bay does for our environment and planet!”
--Judea Eden, Annie’s Inc., Berkeley
“Save the Bay did an amazing job with coordination before and during our event. The process was straightforward and comprehensive and the staff was well-organized. The event was educational, productive and collaborative. We all felt like we did something worthwhile for both our company and the environment of the Bay Area. I highly recommend this program to other corporate programs and look forward to working with you next season!”
--Debbie Andres, LEED AP, Environmental Health & Safety Engineer, Brocade
Check out our map of local restoration sites and use our flyer to recruit your team! Visit our frequently asked questions page to learn more about our wetland restoration programs. If you have questions, please contact our Community Engagement Specialist at firstname.lastname@example.org or 510-463-6805.