CHARLOTTE — Time Out Youth has announced several volunteer opportunities for those it serves.

Currently, they are hoping to find youth and volunteers to staff their booth at Pride Charlotte on Aug. 25-26.

Also, when the Charlotte Pride Band begins their season in September, they need youth to assist them in telling stories relative to the musical offerings being shared. Volunteers narrate between the musical performances that address issues of social change and equality. Interested parties should contact Cody Weaver at weaverj4@winthrop.edu.

Volunteers are also needed on a regular basis each month.

Time Out Youth is also in their fall planning process and are looking for group topic ideas, along with facilitators. Training is available for those who wish to serve.

For more information, email Laurie Pitts at lauriepitts@timeoutyouth.org or visit timeoutyouth.org.

The Human Rights Campaign is also looking for new and experienced volunteers to staff its booth at Pride Charlotte.

Various shifts are available throughout the two-day event.

For more information, email marissa@carolina.rr.com or visit hrc.org/events/entry/charlotte-pride.

Pride Charlotte is also seeking volunteers for both event days. All ages, skill level and backgrounds are welcome to help make the two-day event flow smoothly.

For more information, visit pridecharlotte.com.

 

Lainey Millen

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