Volunteer Form

Access Online Form

If you prefer to print and fill out our form (in PDF version) click here to download the form, then complete and sign the application, and mail to the address above.

Time Commitment:

Volunteers must commit to a 3 hour shift minimum. 
It will be necessary to report promptly to your assigned area.

We look forward to receiving your application and to your participation. Questions or feedback should be directed to:

Charles McGee II

Good in the Hood Volunteers!

2013 New Location – Lillis-Albina Park – June 28, 29, 30

The GITH Planning Team is actively seeking volunteers for the 2013 Festival. This year will mark our 21th. The event has become a historical annual event spearheading neighborhoods throughout Portland to engage in the momentum of our city as a whole in its celebration and the defining of “Neighborhood”. Held annually the last weekend in June, its birth revealed a recognition and celebration of wealth within the neighborhoods we reside. Holy Redeemer Catholic School was the vision that ignited the now celebrated Good in the Hood

2013 New Location, Lillis-Albina Park

For the past 7 years, King School Park has carried on this vision to capture audiences from the N/NE community, as well as communities throughout Oregon and Washington. Last year we reached out to over 30,000 residents living within our N/NE Portland neighborhoods, and over 10,000 of those residents enjoyed three days of fun, music, food and festivities. The Good in the Hood mission is to stimulate community economics and provide invaluable resources for individuals and families in a multi-cultural music & food venue. Dedicated volunteers work more than 2000 hours each year to help make the festival a huge success.

Additional GITH Opportunities

Interested in reserving a Good in the Hood Marketplace, Information Village, or Food Vendor booth? Fill out the appropriate online form, here on the site, under PARTICIPATE.

A GITH Representative will contact you with further details.

Please Note: All information must be accurate and legible.