After everything you do for Tin Mountain, let Tin Mountain do something for you! If you are one of the many generous individuals sharing your time with Tin Mountain, or want to become one, come enjoy a tasty home cooked breakfast, visit with fellow volunteers, and hear about what’s new at the Tin Mountain Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast on Saturday, June 18, from 8:30-10am at the Nature Learning Center in Albany.
Tin Mountain relies heavily upon its volunteers to fulfill its mission to bring environmental education to the Mount Washington Valley through public programs, summer camps, and school programs. Many special events, fundraisers, and trail maintenance projects couldn’t happen without their help.
In the spirit of volunteerism, all of the food for the breakfast is being donated by local businesses, including Old Village Bakery, Dig Dave’s Bagels, and the Met Coffeehouse. Stick around afterwards and join us for the annual mountain-laurel walk, 10am-noon.
The breakfast is free to Tin Mountain volunteers and those interested in becoming volunteers. After everything you do for Tin Mountain, let Tin Mountain do something for you! Tin Mountain asks that you call them at 603-447-6991 if you plan on attending. Interested in volunteering for one of our bike events this summer? The volunteer breakfast is a great opportunity to learn more about what various volunteer roles entail and to speak with past event volunteers.
If you aren’t able to make the breakfast, but are interested in volunteering at Tin Mountain, contact Outreach Coordinator Nora Dufilho at 603-447-6991 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Volunteer opportunities include special events, trail work days, fund raisers, program help, and facility maintenance at the Nature Learning Center. Have a project in mind? We’re always interested in expanding our volunteer possibilities.