Raising funds for your non-profit AND getting to attend KettleHouse concerts for free may seem too good to be true, but it will take a little work on your part. Plus, it's a fun way to be part of what I consider to be the best days, Concert Day! Logjam is looking for a few additional non-profit organizations to help facilitate parking on event days.

Logjam is offering a unique opportunity to local organizations. If your group would like to volunteer for parking duty on the day of shows, you can take a portion of the parking proceeds. Fans who do not utilize the shuttles to and from the show pay $5 per vehicle to park, so that's how the proceeds are generated. Some of your group's responsibilities would be to collect payments at the gate and direct traffic before, during, and after the show. Doors typically open 60 to 90 minutes prior to show time, so you would be some of the first people to arrive.

In exchange, your group will receive a portion of the proceeds; promotional opportunities through Logjam's network, including social media, email, and signage; and free entry to events that you volunteer for. Interested organizations would have to have a minimum of 9 volunteers, including 1 coordinator, and have availability for at least one of these dates: July 3, 18, 30; August 14, 24; September 4, 8, 20.

Past partners include Hellgate Football Boosters and the Sentinel Kiwanis Club, Kiwanis members have actually volunteered every year which has helped fund projects including work on Dragon's Hollow playground. If your group is interested in this fun opportunity, fill out this form.

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