Call for the Wine Women Volunteer Corps!

We’re not looking for a few volunteers—but a lot!

Only a handful of volunteers have been planning and executing the organization’s activities to date.
When you include our wonderful, volunteer Forum Chairs in that count, this is how many members organize and run WINE WOMEN:

Volunteer Directors and Forum Chairs compared to Total Membership

7%

With so many terrific, talented and creative members, we know our organization will be so much stronger when more members contribute to guiding it to greater success. Want to take control of your membership success? Join the WINE WOMEN leadership.

Volunteering helps you…

Learn more about WINE WOMEN members, their interests, skills and expertise

Build credibility, trust and recognition for your work in WINE WOMEN

Meet other wine professionals advancing their careers in the wine industry

Grow your personal and professional network

Get involved to get to know our members better!

Volunteer Corps Program

Some easy steps to get you started:

  • Review Volunteer Corps Projects

    A list of our initial projects is shown below. Many more projects will be listed in the next few weeks and months. We’re starting with the most critical projects needed first. If you don’t see one that appeals to you, visit this page periodically to search for new projects.
  • Choose and Apply for Projects

    Projects are organized by category (events, membership, marketing, etc.) The Volunteer Corps Program is available to members only. Be sure you are logged into our member portal to apply. Review the projects that appeal to you below. Click the “Apply” button below its description to apply.
  • Get Started on Your WINE WOMEN Projects

    Upon review and acceptance of your application, you can get started with volunteering for WINE WOMEN. A volunteer manager will contact you to review your application, answer questions and help get you setup with your projects.

Volunteer Corps Projects

Shown below are WINE WOMEN’s current volunteer projects.
Click on any project to jump to its description below.
To apply, members may click on the “Apply” button.
You will be prompted to login to our member portal if you’re not already logged in.
On the application, check off as many projects as you like and apply for all with one application.
(If you are not logged in to our member portal, you’ll need to login before selecting the project(s) you are applying for.)
You may apply for multiple projects with only one application.

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Volunteer Project Descriptions

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Event Hospitality

Event Hospitality

Event Hospitality volunteers manage event setup, checkin, operations and breakdown/cleanup of WINE WOMEN’s public and private events.

Responsibilities:

  • At-event setup of materials, from signage to table displays, name tags and more
  • Manage guest check in as they arrive
  • Setup exhibits, food and wine stations, manage stemware and tableware distribution
  • Answer guest inquiries
  • Help dissemble event exhibits, table displays, signage, etc., and reload into vehicles
  • Assist with cleanup as required by venue host

Coordination with other departments and staff includes:

  • Events Director or Event Managers, who are charged with execution of the events
  • Other Event Hospitality volunteers

Skills Required:

  • Outgoing, positive attitude
  • Ability to think on your feet
  • Enjoy assisting guests and team players
  • Willingness to learn new skills
  • Work well with a volunteer team

Time Required:

  • Approx. 4 hours per event, at-event
  • Option to focus on 1 or 2 specific events, or WINE WOMEN’s full roster of events

Reports to:

  • Events Director or Event Manager

Advancement Eligibility:

  • As a member of Wine Women and the Volunteer Corps, Event Hospitality volunteers are eligible to be considered for a Board position.
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Eventbrite Management

Eventbrite Management

Eventbrite Managers maintain the organization’s event management account, create new events, monitor ticket reservations, and make recommendations to improve our system. Eventbrite Managers also maintain event attendance records, syncing them with member records in our CRM.

Responsibilities:

  • Oversee and coordinate day-to-day posting of events
  • Manage account artwork, links, content, affiliate codes, widgets, discount and access codes, and reporting
  • Review and analyze each event’s primary sources of ticket buyers
  • Manage event pages throughout box office open period as well as posting updates or corrections as needed
  • Assist and train Forum Chairs on management of their own meetings
  • Sync attendance records from events with CRM system
  • May recruit, train and supervise additional admins for the account

Coordination with other departments and staff includes:

  • Mailchimp Management, Website Management, Web Content Writer(s)
  • Marketing Director on best practices for online Event Management as well as strategic planning for event calendar and distribution
  • Events Director or Managers, who are charged with creating and executing our events
  • Fundraising, to coordinate any/all fundraising or donation “tickets” or “merchandise” associated with event pages

Skills Required:

  • Expert event management skills in Eventbrite
  • Strong communication skills (written and verbal)
  • Detail-oriented and well-organized
  • Creativity in planning new event presentation online
  • Enthusiasm and patience with lay-users and launching new events and meetings

Time Required:

  • Approx. 1 to 2 hours per week
  • Or, up to 6 hours per month
  • This is an ongoing project with no end date. We recommend only those interested in a minimum of 6 months commitment apply to serve in this capacity within the overall Marketing Committee.

Reports to:

Marketing Director

Advancement Eligibility:

  • As a member of Wine Women and the Volunteer Corps, Eventbrite Managers are eligible to be considered for a Board position.
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Events Management

Events Management

Oversee the development and execution of WINE WOMEN’s public and private events. Use your creative talents to craft dynamic, in-demand event content. Ensure the myriad details and staff for events are managed. Maintain good vendor relations with supplies and venue providers.

Responsibilities:

  • Coordinate the details, planning, communications and volunteer staff for events.
  • Maintain the critical timeline for event preparation from opening the box office online, to placing orders for rentals of stemware, linen, etc.
  • Coordinate key team players on the board of directors along with volunteers helping run the event by maintaining clear communications with all involved.
  • Liaise with winery/venue event planners, caterers, speakers, photographers, press and more.
  • Ensure no details are overlooked. Oversee event details during the event.

Coordination with other departments and staff includes:

  • Marketing Director, who is charged with promoting the events
  • Fundraising, to coordinate needs of sponsors
  • Treasurer, on event budgeting and payment to suppliers

Skills Required:

  • Expert event planning and management skills
  • Strong communication skills (written and verbal)
  • Extremely detail-oriented and well-organized
  • Willingness to work on a volunteer team

Time Required:

  • Approx. 12 hours per major event
  • Or, up to 8 hours per month
  • Option to focus on 1 or 2 specific events, or WINE WOMEN’s full roster of events
  • May be requested to attend a board or Membership Committee meeting
  • This is an ongoing project with no end date. We recommend only those with interested in a minimum of 6 months commitment apply to serve in this capacity within the overall Events Committee.

Reports to:

  • Events Director

Advancement Eligibility:

  • As a member of Wine Women and the Volunteer Corps, Event Managers are eligible to be considered for a Board position.
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Mailchimp Management

Mailchimp Management

Mailchimp Managers maintain the organizations’s mailing lists, email design, and send campaigns to membership and prospects.

Responsibilities:

  • Oversee and coordinate emailing list communications
  • Maintain editorial calendar
  • Email invitations and reminders for events, programs, member benefits
  • Manage account artwork, links, content, affiliate codes, widgets, discount and access codes, and reporting
  • Review and analyze each campaign
  • Make recommendations for improvements in open rates, click-throughs, conversion, list-building, segmentation and social sharing
  • Make recommendations regarding GDPR and other regulatory compliance (CAN-SPAM Act)
  • May recruit, train and supervise additional admins for the account

Coordination with other departments and staff includes:

  • Eventbrite Management, Website Management, Web Content Writer(s)
  • Marketing Director on best practices for List Management as well as strategic planning for editorial calendar and distribution
  • Events Director or Managers, who are charged with creating and executing our events
  • Fundraising, to coordinate any/all email fundraising or donation campaigns

Skills Required:

  • Expert email management skills in Mailchimp
  • Strong skills in list-management, segmentation, groups and reporting analysis
  • Strong communication skills (written and verbal)
  • Detail-oriented and well-organized
  • Creativity in planning new campaigns and programs
  • Enthusiasm and patience with lay-users and launching new campaigns

Time Required:

  • Approx. 1 to 2 hours per week
  • Or, up to 6 hours per month
  • This is an ongoing project with no end date. We recommend only those interested in a minimum of 6 months commitment apply to serve in this capacity within the overall Marketing Committee.

Reports to:

Marketing Director

Advancement Eligibility:

As a member of Wine Women and the Volunteer Corps, Email Marketing Managers are eligible to be considered for a Board position.

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Member Relations Management

Member Relations Management

Serving in Member Relations Management is an opportunity to connect and communicate with all WW members about membership satisfaction, suggestions, and member benefits. Our memberships are by application for professionals in, or working with, the wine industry.

Responsibilities:

  • Maintenance and reporting of Membership status (total membership, new members, renewal and non-renewal rates
  • Researching upcoming renewals to determine if members continue to be employed in the wine business
  • Identify opportunities for membership growth and strategy
  • May be called upon to renew or sign up new members

Coordination with other departments and staff includes:

  • Brand Ambassador, who is charged with evangelizing WW to prospective members
  • Capital Development: there will be times that the MRM may identify a potential sponsorship candidate
  • Board Secretary: on Membership benefits
  • Education: as WW moves toward mentoring, grant/scholarship and/or student program(s), the “BA” may have other chances to represent WW

Skills Required:

  • Excel
  • Understanding and comfort with databases (NOTE: NeonCRM training will be offered via training videos and ability to consult with a Neon consultant)
  • Comfort with talking with members about their membership and needs
  • MRMs attend WW events and may represent WW at conferences

Time Required:

  • Approx. 2 hours per week
  • Or, up to 8 hours per month
  • May be requested to attend a board or Membership Committee meeting
  • This is an ongoing project with no end date. We recommend only those with interested in a minimum of 6 months commitment apply to serve in this capacity within the overall Membership Committee.

Reports to:

  • Membership Director

Advancement Eligibility:

As a member of Wine Women and the Volunteer Corps, MRMs are eligible to be considered for a Board position.

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Social Media Management

Social Media Management

Social Media Managers oversee and coordinate day-to-day operations on all WINE WOMEN social platforms (currently Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube). Help establish and maintain the WINE WOMEN brand. Aid in overall social media marketing strategy.

Responsibilities:

  • Manages day-to-day posting/updates dovetailing with scheduled posts of original content relating to our events, projects and PR
  • Maintains editorial calendar
  • May recruit, train and supervise one or more admins of various social pages/accounts
  • Ensures content posted to our social channels complies with our socmed policies and guidelines
  • Coordinate with posting updates for approved 3rd party events
  • Supervise implementation of new projects/campaigns to improve engagement results and outreach, including coordination of programs with multiple platforms
  • Tracks and reviews social media stats/reporting
  • Advises on improvements to social media marketing programs
  • Trains new admins or users as needed

Coordination with other departments and staff includes:

  • Marketing Director, who is charged with developing overall strategy, promotion and brand-building for the organization
  • Events Director or Managers, who are charged with creating and executing our events
  • Fundraising, to coordinate any/all online fundraising or donation campaigns
  • Treasurer, on any paid-ad/boosted posts budgeting and payment to vendors

Skills Required:

  • Expert social media management skills, including list-building, engagement techniques and reporting analysis
  • Strong communication skills (written and verbal)
  • Detail-oriented and well-organized
  • Creativity in planning new campaigns and programs

Time Required:

  • Approx. 1 to 2 hours per week
  • Or, up to 8 hours per month
  • Option to focus on 1 or 2 specific platforms
  • This is an ongoing project with no end date. We recommend only those interested in a minimum of 6 months commitment apply to serve in this capacity within the overall Marketing Committee.

Reports to:

Marketing Director

Advancement Eligibility:

As a member of Wine Women and the Volunteer Corps, Social Media Managers are eligible to be considered for a Board position.

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Volunteer Management

Volunteer Management

Volunteer Managers (VMs) review applications for various volunteer projects and oversee the development of the Volunteer Corps Program. They assess how well applicants fit with our projects and ensure the applications are followed up in a timely manner. VMs also follow through with applicants and project managers to ensure a good fit has been made once projects are launced. VMs guide the Volunteer Program, ensuring projects or positions are well-structured to meet not only the organization’s needs but also those of candidates.

Responsibilities:

  • Review applications and identify top candidates for projects
  • Guide applicants and project managers through interview process (if needed) to ensure applicants receive notification of acceptance for a project or notification of “not a good fit”
  • Monitor general performance within and/or across departments
  • Review assignments and duties for potential overlap or duplication
  • Track volunteers in NeonCRM
  • Assist in managing volunteer relationships that are not working smoothly
  • Review possible project re-assignments, as appropriate
  • Make recommendations for improvements to Volunteer Corps Program
  • Implement improved policies and procedures
  • Project requires regular review of volunteer activities, availability and necessary changes to ensure volunteers and/or projects don’t slip through the cracks!

Coordination with other departments and staff includes:

  • Board of Directors and Managers of all departments

Skills Required:

  • Strong leadership and managerial skills to guide this program to fruition and success
  • Excellent communications and organizational skills, detail-oriented
  • Human resources experience a big plus
  • Strong skills in MS Office (Word and Excel), comfortable using various online programs
  • Lots of enthusiasm and patience in order to assist in building a substantial new level of infrastructure to the organization as well as to successfully maintain it when up and running

Time Required:

  • Approx. 2 to 4 hours per week while launching program
  • Or, up to 10-20 hours per month as volunteers are placed in projects, then it will taper off
  • Option to share duties with multiple VMs
  • This is an ongoing project with no end date. We recommend only those interested in a minimum of 6 months commitment apply to serve in this capacity within the overall Volunteer Corps.

Reports to:

Board of Directors

Advancement Eligibility:

As a member of Wine Women and the Volunteer Corps, Volunteer Managers are eligible to be considered for a Board position.

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Web Content Writing

Web Content Writing

Web Content Writers manage all aspects of our online written content, from our website to social media channels. Edit or write for our webpages, blog, e-correspondence and quarterly newsletters.

Responsibilities:

  • Assist social media managers on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube to develop a consistent voice
  • Contribute written content for more in-depth projects
  • Develop strategy and content to aid members in career development and wine education
  • Help develop and document procedures to manage Web content
  • Assist in moderating content as it is contributed to the website by external sources
  • May help plan and implement social marketing campaigns for specific marketing goals
  • May monitor social media outlets and respond on topics related to organization/industry
  • Assist in coordinating and/or writing content for quarterly newsletters
  • May conduct interviews with subjects for blog, webpages, social channels, etc., as well as write up interview content
  • Specific assignments may be given to different volunteer writers depending upon interest and skills in various areas

Coordination with other departments and staff includes:

  • Marketing Director
  • Other web content writers

Skills Required:

  • Strong writing, editing, and proofreading skills
  • Experience in writing for the web, content management and internet research, including the stylistic differences between various social media platforms and writing for print
  • Experience with social networks and implementation of social media marketing
  • Experience with HTML and/or CSS is a plus

Time Required:

  • Approx. 1-2 hours per week or 4-6 hours per month
  • Option to focus on specific articles
  • Option to focus on managing editorial calendar and recruiting additional writers

Reports to:

  • Marketing Director

Advancement Eligibility:

  • As a member of Wine Women and the Volunteer Corps, Web Content Writers are eligible to be considered for a Board position.
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Website Content Management

Website Content Management

Website Managers maintain the organizations’s WordPress website’s content. Maintenance may includes managing software updates, interfacing with hosting, installations, backups, and add/edit/delete pages and plug-ins; train new users on appropriate back-end areas of the site (such as Events module, or adding video/images). It may also include updating widgets for events and meetings as well as main For-Our-Members page. May also work with other site managers and users from time to time, and make recommendations to improve our system. Focus on content updates. A separate firm manages technical updates and troubleshooting.

Responsibilities:

  • Oversee and coordinate site content updates
  • Manage online discussion forums, troubleshoot login issues when appropriate
  • May be assigned specific development projects to aid new programs added to the organization
  • Assist and train Forum Chairs on management of their own discussion forums
  • Manage SEO updating, review Google Analytics, run software updates (optional)
  • May recruit, train and supervise additional admins for the account

Coordination with other departments and staff includes:

  • Mailchimp Management, Website Management, Web Content Writer(s)
  • Marketing Director on best practices for page content
  • Events Director or Managers, who are charged with creating and executing our events
  • Fundraising, to coordinate any/all fundraising or donation programs online

Skills Required:

  • WordPress content management: update pages, posts, events, users
  • WordPress web design / maintenance experience a plus
  • Comfort with web security as well as integration with various software a plus
  • Strong communication skills (written and verbal)
  • Detail-oriented and well-organized
  • Familiarity with a variety of WP plug-ins and spam management a plus
  • HTML & CSS a plus
  • Enthusiasm and patience with lay-users and launching new events and meetings

Time Required:

  • Approx. 1 to 2 hours per week
  • Or, up to 6 hours per month
  • This is an ongoing project with no end date. We recommend only those interested in a minimum of 6 months commitment apply to serve in this capacity within the overall Marketing Committee.

Reports to:

Marketing Director

Advancement Eligibility:

As a member of Wine Women and the Volunteer Corps, Website Managers are eligible to be considered for a Board position.

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Board of Directors Job Descriptions

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Board Secretary

Board Secretary

The Board Secretary drafts and distributes minutes from all meetings. Drafts miscellaneous correspondence. Manages the Membership Benefits/Discount program – including coordinating with all BOD members and Member Discount Program participants (Businesses).

Responsibilities:

  • Takes/records meeting minutes for monthly/bi-monthly board meetings and the annual Napa-Sonoma strategic planning meeting(s) – delineating action items by board member.
  • Circulates minutes for approval (which can be approved online or at the following board meeting)
  • Face of organization for communication – Thank you notes for event guest speakers, contributors, venues, etc.
  • Manages Membership Discount program

Recordkeeping:

  • Partners/Affiliates: Name, Contacts, Address, E-mails and Phone #s (including cell when available)
  • Fund Development (Fundraising, Donors/Donations, Grants): Level of support, Name, Contacts, Address, E-mails and Phone #s (including cell when available)
  • Member benefit programs: Current deal (including description, dates of offer, offer code, etc.)
  • Bylaws, Articles of Incorporation, and Policy and Procedures Manual.
  • Maintain Records at designated place/cyber location as directed by Board of Directors.

Coordination with other departments and staff includes:

  • Assist as needed on quarterly reports with Treasurer, Membership & Events Directors

Skills Required:

  • Outgoing, positive attitude
  • Attention to detail and well organized
  • MS Word, at ease with MS Office and other online programs
  • Work well with a volunteer team

Time Required:

  • Approx. 3 hours per monthly board meeting
  • Approx. 4-6 hours per month (incl. above meeting) for conference calls and email communications
  • Attendance/assistance at some events

Reports to:

  • President

Advancement Eligibility:

  • As a member of Wine Women Board of Directors, volunteer directors are eligible to be considered for alternate volunteer and board positions.
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Events Director

Events Director

The Events Director creates, manages, and executes Wine Women’s 2-4 large and (4-8) intimate events annually, including securing and working with host venue.

Responsibilities:

  • Coordinate the details, planning, communications and volunteer staff for events
    Create and maintain the critical timeline for event preparation from opening the box office online, to placing orders for rentals of stemware, linen, etc.
  • Coordinate key team players on the board of directors along with volunteers helping run the event by maintaining clear communications with all involved
  • Liaise with winery/venue event planners, caterers, speakers, photographers, press and more
  • Ensure no details are overlooked. Oversee event details during the event.
  • Lead the board discussion at the annual planning session(s) for event idea brainstorm, providing a vision for the next year’s “focus.”
  • Plan/coordinate with other non-profits when appropriate

Coordination with other departments and staff includes:

  • Treasurer: Create budgets working with the Treasurer – who will assist on providing an upfront of analysis of feasible ticket prices to achieve profit; post-event P&L, including attendance stats, general recap
  • Secretary: Provide a list of speakers or donors to the Secretary to provide thank you notes
  • Marketing Director: provide all event details at least 8 weeks in advance so Marketing can design and post the promotional information to web/blog/social sites, use in PR, emailers, etc.
  • Fundraising: working with Fund Development to assure event sponsor and organizational sponsor needs are met
  • Skills Required:

    • Expert event planning and management skills
    • Strong communication skills (written and verbal)
    • Extremely detail-oriented and well-organized
    • Willingness to work on a volunteer team

    Time Required:

    • Approx. 3 hours per monthly board meeting
    • Approx. 12 hours per event for planning and communications

    Reports to:

    • President

    Advancement Eligibility:

    • As a member of Wine Women Board of Directors, volunteer directors are eligible to be considered for alternate volunteer and board positions.
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    Vice President

    Vice President

    The Vice President position works closely with President and assists with all of President’s responsibilities. The VP is generally next in line to assume the President’s role. During the transition time, VP will work with all other board members – especially the other 2 required officers of the 501(c)(3), the Board Secretary and Treasurer – appropriate to WW’s goals.

    Responsibilities:

    • Aids in all board meetings. As second-in-command (and when appropriate, may become President-Elect), the VP will be involved in all meetings, negotiations, fundraising, BOD management – and assures that all deadlines are met.
    • Responsible to assist president for all meetings, including monthly and communicates with partners, corporate and individual members as needed.
    • All BOD members are “brand ambassadors” – marketing Wine Women at various trade events, one-on-one meetings, etc. BOD members are asked to consider potential fund-raising partners and/or suggest annual grant sources.

    Coordination with other departments and staff includes:

    • All departments and staff

    Skills Required:

    • Strong leadership skills and ambition
    • Attention to detail and well organized
    • MS Word, at ease with MS Office and other online programs
    • Work well with a volunteer team

    Time Required:

    • Approx. 3 hours per monthly board meeting
    • Approx. 8-12 hours per month (incl. above meeting) for conference calls and email communications
    • Attendance/assistance at some events

    Reports to:

    • President

    Advancement Eligibility:

    • As a member of Wine Women Board of Directors, volunteer directors are eligible to be considered for alternate volunteer and board positions.
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    Board service is open to all members in good standing. Must be a member for 6 months prior to applying.

    Volunteer Corps opportunities are available to members immediately upon joining and can provide a leader interested in board service an introduction to service via the Volunteer Corps committees and manager positions.

    Board members rotating off of the board should give 180 days notice and are responsible for recommending at least one replacement candidate.

    To apply to multiple volunteer projects, login first to the member portal, and select Volunteer Application from the drop-down menu:

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    I can't see the project descriptions. Help?

    Oh, dear! How frustrating. Hope we can help: Simply login as a member to see any/all of the project descriptions. They may be viewed on our member portal under menu item, “Volunteer Corps Projects.” If you are already logged into the member portal, the links above will take you directly to the project or category offerings. Or, you can view them all from within the member portal.

    I'm having technical difficulty applying for a project. Help!

    Bummer! Frustrating. In our member portal on the “Volunteer Corps Projects” page, you can filter all projects by Category to see only a few, or view all of them. Or, simply skip the filter and scroll down to see the project descriptions. Next to each project title is a checkbox. Simply check each box you wish to apply for. Click the “Submit” button is at the bottom of the page. Next, simply complete the basic application on the following page which will submit your one application to all projects applied for with one click. You may always apply for additional projects at a later date.

    I'm not sure what projects I applied for. Is this information anywhere?

    Yes. Upon completing your application in the member portal, you may view the status of your applications on the “My Projects” page. Simply choose the page from the member portal drop-down menu. You’ll see any applications pending approval, as well as any projects to which you’ve already been assigned. (Applications are forwarded to project managers when you click “Submit.”)

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    Once you’ve been assigned to a project, the project moves from the Applications area of this page too the Assigned Projects area.

    My Projects - Now Approved

    I'm not a member. Can I volunteer?

    What a perfect opportunity to join WINE WOMEN so that you can volunteer on our projects! As the benefits of volunteering are so valuable, we can only offer them to our members. If you’re sitting on the fence, debating about whether or not to join given your interest in volunteering, please feel free to contact us about your interests in volunteering.

    Are there additional projects available not shown on this page?

    Ask us! We have MANY projects we want to get underway. We’ve chosen the most critical projects to launch first. We can only train new volunteers on projects in small groups. Our ultimate goal is to build out a robust Volunteer Corps, encompassing skills, interests and needs across a wide array of projects, from fundraising to scholarships, events, finance, business development and more.

    When will more projects become available to volunteers?

    As quickly as we can train our first wave of volunteers and post new project descriptions. To be successful, each project must have clear objectives, goals, descriptions and tasks mapped out for our Corps. Keep visiting this page to look for new projects. We appreciate your interest.

    I have an idea for a needed project. How do I get it listed in the Volunteer Corps projects?

    Wonderful! We love hearing our members’ ideas to improve the organization. Please contact us about your project so we can begin planning its inclusion for the Volunteer Corps.

    Which projects are most critical to the organization now?

    They are Member Relations Management and Volunteer Management. Without personnel to review the applications and steer them to our projects, we cannot place so many wonderful members into our Corps.

    We need you!

    Cheers! And thank you for volunteering!

    Questions? Send us an email.