Volunteers make the world go around!

Thanks for your support, any way it’s given.

Volunteers govern the Society and accomplish much of its day-to-day work. Even in the midst of the COVID pandemic, volunteers are supporting the work of the Spreckels Organ Society. Because of the COVID emergency, the only way we shall add new volunteers is to make sure they’ve been vaccinated; if that’s your status, please read on. 

Volunteers needed:
Support Video Sessions at Pavilion as a “House Prep” Team Member

Duty times: Work a four-hour shift at the Organ Pavilion, generally on a weeknight. Sign up online; the schedule of recording dates is variable.

Activity description: Assist the “House Preparation” Crew to set up signs and boundary markers so that the video recording session can take place in a secure and generally silent environment. Though evenings are quiet, this team’s  proactive communication with passers-by is a critical component of successful video sessions.

Training requirements: shadow the concert “house prep” team for one session and obtain signup information for future dates. During the COVID emergency, new volunteers should contact the Spreckels Office to express interest.

Volunteers Needed: Online Marketing, Music Library, Organization
Online Social Marketing

Duty times: Budget two hours per week, scheduling your goals and timing with the Social Media Crew Leader. 

Activity description: Maintain familiarity with the Society’s messaging priorities. Develop posts using photos, creative writing and images to promote the Spreckels Organ on a variety of social media platforms. Track results and help boost viewership of online content; welcome online supporters and flag partnership opportunities; post concert listings on Event sites. 

Training requirements: Develop or demonstrate familiarity or proficiency in Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, WordPress, Constant Contact, etc. Capable in word processing and in photo/image development, 

Office Volunteer

Duty times: one or more hours at a time, by arrangement wtih the Executive Director.
Activity description: assist in prep of mailings, filing, fulfillment of sales orders, input of information to computer program, other light office work.
Training requirements: speedy grasp of jobs at hand, cheerfulness.

Archival Assistant

Duty times: Two to four hours at a time, by arrangement with the Archive Manager.

Activity Description: assist in the cataloguing and storage of sheet music or CDs that are being accessioned to the Society’s music library or archive.

Training requirements: keyboard and spreadsheet proficiency, ability to spot and discern publication information on sheet music or CDs.


Duty times: Monthly meetings of 2 hours, plus committee and volunteer time.
Activity description: Volunteer leadership of the Spreckels Organ Society.

Training requirements: Volunteer service with Spreckels Organ Society or other organizations; professional or artistic leadership skills.

Contact sosorgan@gmail.com to get started!
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