To say that community collaboration is at the heart of Schurig Center’s mission would be an understatement! We are deeply grateful for the rich community of dedicated volunteers, interns, and students who play an important role in our organization’s success throughout the year.
- Gardening under guidance of Marin Master Gardeners
- Art studio assistance
- Administrative support
- Therapeutic class assistance
- Board of Director membership
- Events (art shows and annual Gala)
- Specific tasks related to a volunteer’s expertise and interest, such as marketing, grant writing, human resources, social media, graphic design, copywriting and building maintenance.
Survivors of acquired brain injury who have a skill or talent they wish to share are invited to meet with the Director of Programs to explore if volunteering at Schurig Center would be a good match. When determining a good match, we consider the survivor’s personal goals, abilities and strengths, and challenges.
Volunteer Opportunities for Groups
Schurig Center is pleased to welcome volunteer groups from local businesses, clubs or organizations. Please contact our office to discuss what opportunities might be available to meet your group’s interests and talents.
Schurig Center is certified by Marin County to offer community service hours for those choosing to work rather than pay monetary fines. Volunteers can earn community service hours in our gardens while learning more about creating a habitat sanctuary. Examples of garden community service include plant propagation, habitat restoration, and maintenance.
Ready to volunteer?
Download and complete a volunteer application and submit it via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail to: Schurig Center for Brain Injury Recovery, 1132 Magnolia Avenue, Larkspur, CA 94939.