9:00 Mentor Volunteer Check-In & Registration
9:45Get Paired up with a child
10:00 Open Play Time
11:30 Lunch (Pizza & Ice Cream)
1:30 Relay Races (Mandatory)
2:00 Toy Tent
2:45 Return child to Registration Area / Good-byes
4:00 Volunteer Only Appreciation Gathering
2. Volunteer Mentor Responsibilities
Bring your driver's license!
Once you are assigned to a child, you are responsible for that child during the entire event. It is vital that you maintain very close contact with your child and DO NOT let your child go into the water without you. MOST of the children CANNOT swim.
Make sure that both you and your child wear our red T-Shirts at all times for identification purposes, both in and out of the water.
Make sure you and your child have matching wristband colors. These identify the organization, shelter or school with which the child is associated.
If your child is wearing a black wristband, take caution that your child NOT be photographed. These children are in hiding. Please make every effort to keep them away from pictures as it could endanger them and their family.
Stay within a block of our base camp. We will set up near a restroom so there should not be a need to wander far from the group.
Bring a large blanket to be used as your "base camp".
Focus all of your attention on ensuring your child has a wonderful and safe day!
PLEASE NOTE: ONLY REGISTER ONE PERSON PER EMAIL ADDRESS. IF YOU REGISTER MORE THAN ONE PERSON UNDER A SINGLE EMAIL ADDRESS THE DATABASE WILL READ THE SUBSEQUENT REGISTRATION REQUESTS AS DUPLICATES.
"Thank you for an amazing opportunity. I very much enjoyed spending time with the children and meeting new people. I think P.S. I Love You Foundation is a great organization and it is wonderful that you had the heart and strength to found it. I look forward to working with you again in the future..."
South Bay Board Riders Club www.southbayboardriders.com/South_Bay_Boardriders_Club_Home.html The South Bay Boardrider's Club is dedicated to celebrating the rich history of the South Bay surfing culture, introducing families, youth and our community to all aspects of ocean activities, and being guardians of the local shoreline.