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Our dual role as both an Audubon
chapter and an environmental education center
offers many unique and varied volunteer
opportunities for individuals like
you! People with a range of skills
and interested are needed to support our educational
programs, activities, and environmental conservation
efforts. The volunteer assignments are so
varied that there's a time, place and function
for everyone who respects nature and is interested
in sharing their time.
As a volunteer at BCAS, your
efforts will contribute to a growing organization
and be appreciated by the thousands of children
and adults who benefit each year from our
Consider how you might
become one of these important resources!
There's always work to be done here at Honey Hollow, and your help is essential to our continued operation! As a non-profit organization, we count on volunteers like you that are devoted to the purpose of environmental education in order to meet many of our basic institutional needs. Volunteer opportunities include:
Grounds Work: Work with us to maintaining our 110 acre property throughout the year. We need help managing and improving trails, controlling invasive species, landscaping, and working in our Eco-Garden. If you have special skills such as carpentry or gardening, or you just like to work outside, come lend us a hand!
Handyman Work: If you have handyman skills come help us winterize our Visitor Center and the Administrative Office. The doors and windows need weather stripping, caulking and making the buildings tight so we can save on fuel costs and be “greener”!
Office Administration: Assist our office staff with year-round administrative work. Organize membership mailings, keep our member databases up to date, and work in our Nature Store! Experience with Microsoft Office is beneficial.
Special Events: It takes a lot of work to hold our special events throughout the year, and we need you to join our team! Events include Cabin Fever Feast, Wildlife Day, Castles in the Field, Barn Tour, and Haunted Trails.
Committees: Our volunteer committees work in conjunction with the Board of Directors to provide essential leadership and help guide the organization. Join a committee to lend your support! Committees include:
Are you passionate about environmental education? Our free training program conducted in spring and fall includes seven Thursday morning training sessions that will prepare you to lead our education programs, workshops, and school field trips. Upon completion, you will qualify as a paid member of our Teacher Naturalist staff. Join us to share the fun and satisfaction of teaching!
How can you get involved?
Stop in or call the office
to request an application! BCAS office hours
are Monday - Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm.
Office phone: 215-297-5880
We look forward to hearing
Community group interested
in pursuing a project to benefit BCAS should
contact the Volunteer Coordinator to discuss