Being a volunteer at the Carmel Farmers Markets is a very rewarding experience and a great way to meet new people- especially if you're new to the area. Here at the market, we are pretty informal and have lots of fun together! We’d love to have you join our “family” of volunteers!
Please read through the following volunteer opportunities and then think about where your talents could best be utilized. There is absolutely no experience needed and we’ll partner you with another volunteer to show you how everything works.
This committee helps our vendors on a weekly basis with any concerns they may have. Additionally, we visit the kitchen or farm of approximately 60% of our vendors each year. We LOVE visiting our vendors to better understand and see what their hard work brings to the market. This committee is also responsible for collecting contracts and paperwork, assigning booth spaces and the annual Vendor Appreciation Dinner.
This group of volunteers is in charge of making sure that all of our equipment is always in good working order.
We need a person or several people to take photos at the market for our Social Media and to record our market days.
We need one or two people to compile information and send out our weekly newsletter to the more than 1,500 people who receive this communication.
We need a couple of people to “advertise” the Carmel Farmers Markets on Facebook Twitter and Instagram on a regular basis to keep our guests informed.
Each July 4th, the Carmel Farmers Market enters a float in the Carmelfest Parade. It is a lot of work, but great fun, to put together our float every year. Come join this group, and you can actually be in the parade!
Each week, we have a musical group provide entertainment to our guests in the Amphitheater at Center Green. There is a committee that selects a variety of musical groups for the listening pleasure of all who attend the market.
Each week, there is a volunteer who is assigned to be the liaison to our sponsors. This person is responsible for making sure that the sponsors have all of the equipment that they will need for the day and basically answering any questions that the sponsors may have.
This person is responsible for sourcing new volunteers for our markets. This person works with the Volunteer Liaison.