As Greenville's longest running street festival, the success of the event depends heavily on the support of 1,800 dedicated community volunteers. Volunteers are stationed throughout the event site to help ensure that residents and visitors of all ages have a fun and memorable experience.
Interested volunteers can fill out the online application. Once registered, you will receive an email with your password and instructions on how to sign into the volunteer database and sign up for positions. All volunteers will receive an official Fall for Greenville volunteer t-shirt and a wristband for entrance to the Greenville Tech Volunteer Hospitality area.
For more information, contact Volunteer Coordinator Elane Fleming at 864-467-2726 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: All volunteers are required to fill out the new Volunteer Service Agreement & Release form prior to volunteering for the first time. Volunteers between the ages of 10 -17 must have a parental consent form on file. Waivers can be faxed to 864-467-5757 or emailed to email@example.com prior to the event.
Volunteer Training and Check In
Volunteer orientation for Fall For Greenville is typically held one week prior to the event. Please check back for more information.
Volunteer Check In location: TBA
Volunteer Parking: Fall for Greenville does not have designated parking for volunteers. Parking is available at a number of City parking facilities and private parking lots. Parking is the responsibility of the volunteer.
Note: Fall For Greenville and the City of Greenville are not responsible for any fees or fines associated with parking.
Additional Information: Please sign into the volunteer database to view additional event information and to review the Fall For Greenville volunteer handbook.
Community service forms for students/employees volunteering on behalf of their schools/companies will be signed after the event. We do not accept any pre-trial intervention forms. Fax forms to: 864-467-5757.
Volunteers are not permitted to drink alcohol prior to or during their volunteer shift. Volunteers are not permitted to wear City special event wristbands during their shift.
Children under the age of 10 years old may not volunteer.
Youth volunteers between the ages of 10-13 years old may volunteer only if a parent or guardian is present at all times (supervising the child's duties) and participates as a volunteer.