2017-2018 Volunteer Opportunities
Whether you can help a little or a lot, strong volunteer support throughout the year will help us be successful in fulfilling our mission to serve Cathedral's faculty, staff and students. When you invest your time, you're also investing in your child's future.
Below are some of the many ways you can get involved. If an area or committee interests you, please SIGN UP HERE. There is no limit!
Digital and Social Communication: Ensure content on the Cathedral Mothers' Club website is current. Post event details on Cathedral's website, Twitter and Facebook. Submit information for Parent Newsletter. Provide communication support to Executive Board as needed.
Librarian/Record Keeper: Maintain historical files. Capture and consolidate event after action reports (written by event chairperson).
September Dinner: Event planning for annual dinner including securing location, guest speaker, and menu selection.
Chicago Bus Trip: Help plan, organize and implement a one- and/or two-day (overnight) trip to Chicago including snacks, reservations, entertainment for the bus rides and much more! Event is usually held in November.
Teacher Grants: Reviewing grant applications, providing feedback and meeting with school administration to determine how Mothers’ Club funds will be used. Grants are awarded in March.
Faculty/Staff Christmas Luncheon: Serve on committee with other volunteers to plan and organize the annual Christmas luncheon for the faculty and staff. Responsibilities include: menu planning with caterer, event set up and decorations, and soliciting raffle items and desserts for the luncheon.
Evening of Reflection: Plan and organize an evening event that includes a religious reflection and dinner.
Used Uniform Sale: Organize and help sell used uniforms and spirit wear. Usually two-three events per year (Spring, Back to School, and Late-Fall/Early Winter) About a three or four hour commitment per event.
Teacher Appreciation: Plan special events for the teachers. Previous activities have included a coffee bar, sweets-n-treats, and letters from students. Event is usually one week in May.
Baccalaureate Reception: Order napkins, cheese, crackers, fruit and prepare lemonade/water, plus coordinate with cafeteria staff to platter mentioned snacks for post baccalaureate mass reception.
Reception Volunteers: Assist with a receptions throughout the year including the Sophomore Ring Ceremony, Cathedral's birthday celebration, and the open house.
Volunteer bakers: We love home baked (and store bought) sweet treats. If you are unable to help in person, please consider donating when you see our "call out" messages asking for cookies and cakes.
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