Volunteers

The Portland Gay Men’s Chorus is a “community of volunteers” committed to a common mission:

“PGMC aspires to expand, redefine, and perfect the choral
art through eclectic performances that honor and uplift the gay
community and affirm the worth of all people”

Thank you for choosing to volunteer for PGMC Volunteer Spirit team. The Chorus appreciates your contributions of time, talent, and positive energy. You are essential for the continued growth & success of our organization.

The opportunities to volunteer are diverse:

  • Board of Directors, Chorus Management, and the committees that support their work
  • Event Production support for our Main Stage Concerts, Special Events & Outreach
  • Marketing assistance in getting the word out about our performances & mission
  • Information Technology support for the increasing IT demands of a thriving non-profit
  • Administrative & Office support to maintain timely & efficient organizational operations
  • And a myriad of other dynamic opportunities

As a PGMC Volunteer, you will be able to:

  • Support the Arts
  • Contribute Your Time
  • Share Your Talents
  • Develop Your Skills
  • Meet Fine People           
  • Make a Difference
  • Serve Community
  • Have FUN!

                     

What PGMC Volunteers Say:

“Those who can’t sing, volunteer?” and that’s why I do it in
a nutshell … so this is a way I can be a part of the music without offending
anyone”   Volunteer Phoenix Greenman

“Why not volunteer! It’s a great organization and music is a
part of my life. My dad always told me if a job is worth doing its worth doing
well. I give 100% and get such gratification from my efforts.”  Volunteer
Julie Graham

“PGMC’s music connects to my heart. Being a part of the PGMC
community lets me contribute to the music & the mission of the Chorus in a
way that reflects my talents. That’s the gift of volunteering, what one does
best”   Volunteer Katherine Bradley

To Volunteer, complete the following:

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