We are a non-profit organization dedicated to the betterment of the Puyallup community through the revitalization of the historic downtown business district. Throughout the year, we produce many special events to draw people into the downtown area and raise funds for our organization. If you would like to volunteer on any of our on-going or 1-day projects, please give us your contact information and area of interest using the link to the Volunteer Form. If you have any questions, give us a call at 840-2631 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. It’s a great way to get involved in your community.
Clean Sweep – April
An enthusiastic group of volunteers from throughout the area help sweep the sidewalks, alleys and remove the debris from the downtown area on this one-day cleanup party! We’ll provide garbage bags, some tools, liquid refreshment and a pizza party lunch. Please bring your brooms, shovels, and dust pans and meet us at Pioneer Park, Elm & Meridian in downtown Puyallup.
Farmer’s Market – April to October
The Puyallup Main Street Association’s Farmer’s Market is one of the most successful markets in the South Puget Sound area. The Farmer’s Market staff is always in search of good, qualified individuals who have a passion for gardening, farming or just enjoy the wonders of nature to help out with the preparation of Opening Day or on Market days.
Meeker Days – June
This annual street festival is the largest in Pierce County and needs all the volunteer help it can get! Jobs include helping with set-up and take down, information booth, poster distribution, flyer handout during the festival, water distribution, stage monitoring, and lots, lots more. Come out and join the fun!
Steins & Stems – September
This fun-filled Saturday afternoon event is always a great way to meet the many folks who venture out to explore the many downtown merchants. Volunteers are needed to help in preparation plans, sign-in, information areas and much more
Boo-allup! – October
Come down and help out at this annual treat for the little goblins in our area. Projects include flyer distribution to the schools, distribution of treats, and more.
Santa Parade – December
Not even Santa can pull off a great parade without help from volunteers! Become a Puyallup Elf by coming down and helping out at this wonderful, holiday event. Many adult and students are needed to help welcome the jolly old elf into town.
In addition to the above listings, we have monthly volunteer opportunities available to help with data entry, social media and a variety of other projects.