Become a Volunteer
Atlantic Center for the Arts’ very active and involved ‘league’ of volunteers consists of over 150 members that come from a variety of diverse backgrounds which contribute to a wide range of organizational and programming needs. These volunteers are the backbone of the organization providing ‘hands on’ assistance, financial support, and community awareness which is vital to our Mission. Members now provide over 10,000 hours annually which has increased substantially since its official founding in 1991. The ACA League’s main focus is to serve as the volunteer corps of ACA and is committed to furthering the growth of the arts in the community. They also actively support two major fundraising events, IMAGES: A Festival of the Arts and Horsin’ Around, provide assistance with Community Outreach projects, and run their own creative fundraisers throughout the year.
The purpose of the league is to serve as the volunteer corps of Atlantic Canter for the Arts, further the growth of arts in the New Smyrna Beach area, and foster community interest, appreciation and support of Atlantic Center for the Arts.
To get involved, contact Peggy Imbert, Volunteer Liaison at email@example.com or 386-402-7517.
Ways to volunteer:
– Assisting with all events and related activities involving the ACA League, ACA, and IMAGES: A Festival of the Arts.
– Assisting with openings at Harris House and the Arts on Douglass (hospitality, set-up, clean-up, etc.)
– Travel to and from meetings and events, running errands, etc.
– Time Spent on the telephone or computer including work done at home.
– Special projects including office assistance or reception desk at Main Campus and Arts on Douglas.
– Assisting in the Commons kitchen during Residencies.
– Attending openings at ACA, Harris House and Arts on Douglas. – Special occasions such as ACA League summer luncheons and the annual volunteer recognition luncheon
– Assisting artists/teachers during ACA’s Summer Art Camp, Middle School and High School programs.
Upcoming ACA Volunteer League Meetings:
Open to potential volunteers
For full details call Peggy Imbert, Volunteer Liaison at 386-402-7517
10 AM Social, 10:30 AM League Meeting
Garage Sale: League members help collect and donate objects for the sale. The volunteers set up tables of kitchenware, linen, holiday ornaments,
glassware, furniture, and many other items. Many hands are needed to assist with pricing, collecting, setting up and selling.
Cookbook: A new fundraiser being introduced this year.
Fashion Show: A popular event where local shops provide the latest fashions for League models. This is a special event includes lunch, raffles and shopping for members and the community.
Art of Flavor: This ongoing fundraiser involves the marketing and selling of two types of spices under the Art of Flavor. Volunteers are vital to the success of this initiative as they sell boxed spices at the Saturday Farmers Market, local festivals and other special events.
Arts and Crafts Team: A merry group of volunteers participate weekly to create original holiday ornaments and other special gifts. Items are sold at the Tour of Homes’ boutique near the holidays.
Social Events and Member Recruitment: Volunteers experience meeting new people while enjoying a good party. This committee finds creative ways to introduce the community to all volunteer members.
“Love the organization and am very happy that I finally became part of it. ACA does many great things to help the art community. I am here for the long run!”
2017 ACA Volunteer League Board of Directors
1st VP—Greta Kenny
2nd VP—Sheila Van de Velde
Treasurer—Nance Casey Koch
Recording Secretary— Linda Aiello
Corresponding Secretary—Pat Skrtic
Lisa Dunphy [Garage Sale]
Robbie Mowery—Weekly workshops
Peggy Imbert, Volunteer Liaison (386) 402 – 7517
League membership dues are $25 per year (Included in any ACA Membership) and volunteers are required to contribute a minimum of 36 hours per year. Hours are recorded in the Volunteer Hours book at the ACA Main Campus or downtown location. Total hours are tallied in December and awards are presented annually in January or February to volunteers that have performed ‘above and beyond’ during the previous year. The ACA League offers unique experiences in Community Art Education & Outreach, rewarding interaction with the communities’ youth, fundraising opportunities, friendship…and FUN!