We need your support as we create this powerful and unique event for the tenth year!
What is Station Hope?
Station Hope is a free arts festival and community event filled with short works of theatre, dance, choral performances, and visual art installations, all inspired by historical and current social justice issues. Taking place throughout Cleveland’s first authenticated Underground Railroad site, St. John’s Episcopal Church in Ohio City, the event aims to bring together neighborhoods and individuals to engage and reflect on social justice, equity, and a shared vision of hope. Station Hope is on Saturday, May 27th from 7:00pm – 10:00pm (volunteer shifts will start before and end after the event).
Volunteer Tasks – What do we need you to do?
First and foremost: be active and engaged in the event itself, while also helping attendees navigate the evening.
- Check out the Event! Don’t worry – you’ll have plenty of time to experience the event yourself.
- There are two different volunteer shifts available:
6:15pm-8:45pm and 8:30pm-11:00pm
Specifically, volunteer duties will break down as follows:
- Ushers – Help monitor traffic flow and answer questions, direct attendees to particular venues alongside our CPT House Management Staff.
- Parking/Outdoor Support – Direct attendees to parking areas and event, monitor outdoor spaces alongside our CPT Facilities Staff.
Individuals who are interested in volunteering must attend the volunteer meeting before Station Hope: Tuesday, May 23rd at 6:30pm. This meeting is an opportunity for CPT Staff to fill volunteers in on more details and pass on basic training about the event. On this day we’ll also tour St. John’s, and maybe see some artists work before the big day!
If you are interested, please email Jabri Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org
by Friday, May 19th.
We hope you can help us make the tenth year of Station Hope a huge success!