Do you share our passion in protecting the Wilderness and making a difference for future generations? We’d love to have you volunteer with us! Every volunteer can find a place with us. We invite you to sign up to staff Wild Cumberland events, assist with grant writing, and more. Our needs are constantly evolving and we’ve posted our current needs below. We’d love for you to join us and help make a difference for the next generation!
We’re always looking for new volunteers, especially who are interested in these areas:
The Social Media Ambassador helps to facilitate and expand the online presence of Wild Cumberland. Using social media outlets such as Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, the Social Media Ambassador serves as an online representative of Wild Cumberland and its mission.
The Administrative Volunteer for Wild Cumberland will help ensure productivity and efficiency for our team — which is made entirely of volunteers who share a passion for protecting Cumberland Island and its Wilderness.
Our volunteers are primarily located in the Southeast, but virtual changes have facilitated how our world works – and we’re prepared to rise to the challenge.
We’re growing fast – and an Administrative Volunteer will help us maximize our potential impact and ensure fewer items slip through the cracks.
The Social Media Copywriter will play a crucial role in expanding Wild Cumberland’s online presence on Facebook and Instagram — and in turn, make a positive impact on the stewardship of Cumberland Island.
Design Volunteers will help create visually-intriguing elements relating to education, advocacy initiatives, and event promotion.
Equal Opportunity Organization
All volunteer applicants will be considered without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.
We’re often contacted by visitors who have witnessed damage to the island’s ecosystem, or blatant disregard of policy protections. We encourage you to report these to the National Park Service and also complete this form.
Thank you for your respectful stewardship of Cumberland Island.