Volunteering for Birch Bay is a great way to get involved in the community!

Volunteering for you local community is always rewarding but Birch Bay really is a special place to donate your time. Not only do you get to work with all the wonderful people who come to our events, you are helping to shape the future of a growing community and tourism destination. We honestly couldn’t make most of our events happen without our wonderful volunteers. Please consider working with us to make Birch Bay the best beach community in the NW!

Our 2022 events need YOU!

  • Kite Festival – June 25 & 26
  • Sand Sculpture Competition – July 30
  • Rollback Weekend Car Show – July 31
  • National Night Out – August 2
  • Discover Birch Bay Days – August 27 & 28
  • Trick-or-Treat On The Berm – October 29th
  • Ring of Fire & Hope – December 31
  • Polar Plunge – January 1
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What type of volunteer opportunities are available?

EVENTS

We run numerous events in Birch Bay each year, from the Polar Bear Plunge to the Ring of Fire & Hope. Volunteers help with registration, answering questions, directing traffic, and more!

BEACH CLEAN-UP DAYS

Our beaches our fantastic but we find that sometimes our visitors sometimes leave things behind. Volunteers put together beach clean-up crews to help keep Birch Bay looking beautiful!

VISITOR CENTER

During busy times we often need volunteers to help provide information to visitors and give our regular staff some breaks at the visitor center. This is a great place to meet new faces!

SENIOR PROJECTS

Senior Projects are very important to your Senior year so make it count and contribute your time to your Community. Another amazing aspect of the Birch Bay Chamber is connecting community and businesses. With that said if you would like more information on how completing your Senior Project with the Birch Bay Chamber of Commerce will impact your future career please contact us at 360-371-5004 or events@birchbaychamber.com

ADOPT-A-BLOCK & WATERSHED WATCHERS

The Birch Bay Watershed Watchers are excited to announce that the Adopt-A-Block kits are now available to check out at the Birch Bay Visitor Information Center! Do you know a street, park, or portion of beach that could use a little extra love? If so, we want to hear from you! We are looking for individuals, community groups, and businesses to adopt portions of the community and commit to keeping them free of garbage, debris and other contaminants. The kits are supplied with lawn signs, safety vests, trash pickers, garbage bags, gloves, and storm drain markers. For more information, please contact Kate Rice via email: KRice@co.whatcom.wa.us or call 360-778-6290.