Volunteer Education and Service Team

Volunteer Education and Service Team – is a group of volunteers who provide support for the activities of the Central Sierra Historical Society. From working in the Museum as a docent or in customer service to scooping ice cream , creating a display, helping with a woodworking project, or planning a dinner fundraiser, the opportunities are limitless. V.e.s.t. meets on the second Friday of the month at 10:15 AM at the Museum from April through November. Come join the fun, learn about the history of the Central Sierra and contribute to your community. We’d love to have you.

Resiliency Fund Volunteers

In September 2020, the Creek Fire raged through many mountain communities including the area surrounding Shaver Lake and Huntington Lake.

In the wake of such a disaster, it didn’t take long for many to begin asking the same question, “how can I help?”. This human drive to help is a passion from within, coming from a need to feel connected in uncertain times, and a desire to make an incredible impact. We are grateful for your interest in volunteering with the Resiliency Fund and want to help you understand the roles and opportunities available.

If you have any questions about volunteering, or if your organization is in need of volunteers to help with Creek Fire relief efforts, please contact us at [email protected].