Be one of the 600+ people who contribute time, expertise, and good will to make Lotus events happen!

Lotus volunteers help with all aspects of Lotus programming. We have three applications to cover the different job opportunities throughout the year.  Click here to access the current volunteer application.

  • General Volunteering application:  Live from Jan 1 – Feb 14, April 16 – June 30, and Oct 2 – Dec 31
    This application is for any volunteer wishing to do office help and postering, wanting to assist with Special Events (Edible Lotus, Volunteer Party, Workshops, etc.), or for current sitting Board Members and Committee Members.
  • Blossoms Bazaar volunteer application:  Live from Feb 15 – April 15
    This application is for those wishing to help put on our Blossoms World Bazaar, an event full of cultural activities and music from around the world.  There are hands-on craft activities and interactive dance, drumming, and more.  There are also positions for set up and tear down.  The Bazaar is typically held in late March or early April.
  • Lotus Festival volunteer application:  Live from July 1 – Oct 1
    This application is for those who want to volunteer for the Lotus World Music & Arts Festival.  You can read the job descriptions for this event on our website.  The Festival typically takes place in late September.

For more info or to sign up, contact:  volunteer@lotusfest.org
Note: There may be delays in our response to your inquiries during non-event periods.
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Video: STORIES OF PEACE: 2018
Creating a More Peaceful World: Lotus Volunteer Stories
Lotus Education and Arts Foundation
This video highlights the hard work of Lotus volunteers; communicating the values that Lotus aims to showcase. Those values include diversity, community, and multiculturalism. A collective story of peace is told through the Lotus World Music Festival’s exhibition, but none of that would be made possible without our volunteers.
Media School Student Team: Emma Hamilton, Karli VanCleave
Community Partner Contact: Tamara Loewenthal

 Photo: Kevin Atkins