Up Your Alley is one of the premier fetish events in the world, with a higher percentage of gay and lesbian attendance than Folsom Street Fair, according to organizers. Up Your Alley, taking place on July 29, occupies Folsom between 9th and 10th Streets and Dore Alley from Howard Street to Sheridan. The Magnitude Dance Area will highlight DJs Reed McGowan and Jeff Johnson. Each yearâ€™s Folsom Street Events chooses beneficiaries who provide volunteers to help produce the event. Monies raised from sponsorship, booth fees, and gate collections help these beneficiaries.
There are only a few days until the annual Up Your Alley Street Fair commences, and AIDS Emergency Fund needs eight more volunteers to meet their commitment. This opportunity should not be confused with the AEF Up Your Alley Booth where they will be selling Scion Tickets. This volunteer opportunity is about helping them meet their beneficiary volunteer requirements to help produce the Up Your Alley Street Fair.
What jobs still need to be covered? Breakdown is an extremely important job. Volunteers must make sure the fair grounds are put back the way they found them - a clean empty street. This may require heavy lifting. You must wear gloves (provided) and should not be afraid to get dirty, work hard, and move very, very fast. This is not for people with bad backs, etc.
There is a need for assistance in the dance area. Depending on shifts, this will involve set-up, breakdown, or support during the fair.
Gates need volunteers to work with the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, Inc. to gather donations from fair attendees. Volunteers will hand out stickers to people making donations and encourage EVERYONE to make a donation before they enter the fair.
In this era of keeping â€śgreen,â€ť volunteers will be monitoring recycle bins. Organizers say you will not have to sort through bags of garbage all day, but you might have to move an object tossed into the wrong bin into the correct bin. Gloves will be provided.This is not a job for princesses!
Volunteer hours can be worth in excess of $60. Depending on the area one volunteers for, shifts range from 3 to 5 hours. Volunteer shifts are awarded on a first-come first-serve basis. Feel free to call P Tyrone Smith, (415) 558.6999 x3 with questions or reply to this email: firstname.lastname@example.org.