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Toddler Day Out 2015: Call for Volunteers

February 05, 2015 at 10:09 AM


TODDLER DAY OUT 2015 and Great Parenting Fair

  • Saturday 7th of March
  • The Trust Arena
  • Volunteers Rostered Shift: 9:30-4pm


Toddler Day Out is a FUN, organised and highly popular FREE annual event for under 5's and their families.

Duties may include:

  • Face Painting
  • Balloon machine
  • Information Desk relief
  • Healers Area Booking relief
  • Stallholder floating relief
  • Hanging signs
  • Distribute Stallholder Badges/Evaluation Forms
  • Check Water Stations
  • Giveaways
  • Manning Exit Only Door
  • Health and Safety Check
  • Help in interactive areas
  • Help Stall Holders when breaking down for the day

There will be an information sheet sent out to volunteers and a briefing upon arrival. Supervisor Robyn Brady will be available at any time throughout the day.

For more information please see the attached flyer, or contact Robyn at with your contact details and she will send out further instructions for the day. 


Robyn Brady 

Operations Manager 

Violence Free Waitakere

(09) 837-4849

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