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Have Fun and Make Our Streets Safer

Want to share your time and talent to help win a San Francisco where everyone – of every age and ability – can walk safely? We’d love you to get involved as a volunteer!

Whether you have a few hours to give or you want to take on a longer-term project, our small but mighty staff needs your help.

Current Volunteer Opportunities


World Day of Remembrance

On Sunday, November 17, we will honor the many people hurt and killed on San Francisco streets with a program at City Hall and a memorial walk. We need you to make it happen.

Put up posters in your neighborhood – Commemorate those we’ve lost by putting up memorial posters in your neighborhood. Pick up posters at Walk SF’s office in Hayes Valley and put them up anytime during the week of November 11.

Help out at the event – Whether you can sign people in, serve refreshments, or help lead the walk, we need you. Sign up for a short shift on Sunday, November 17.

November Volunteer Nights

Help us build the strength of our membership with other volunteers at either (or both!) Volunteer Night this month. At both, we’ll be stuffing, stamping, and sealing 1,500 letters and postcards to Walk SF supporters to raise over $50,000 in year-end donations!

Tuesday, November 12 – 4:30-8:00 pm – join us for an hour or all four.

Wednesday, November 13 – 4:30-8:00 pm – join us for an hour or all four.

Ongoing Administrative Support Needs

We need your help with data entry, mailings, and other administrative tasks in the office. Whether you can come in during the day or at one of our evening Volunteer Nights, contact Brian Haagsman, Outreach Coordinator.

Ongoing Event Support Needs

We always need help with our major annual events: Walk to Work Day (April), Peak2Peak (September), Walk & Roll to School Day (October), World Day of Remembrance for Traffic Victims (November), and Woonerven (November). Contact Brian Haagsman, Outreach Coordinator, to ask how you can help.

Do You Have an Idea?

Do you have another volunteer idea or have questions? Contact Brian Haagsman, Outreach Coordinator.