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Happehatchee Center

County: Lee
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Details: Happehatchee Center is a sanctuary for peace and healing.
Our mission is to sustain the Happehatchee Eco-spiritual Center as it provides environmental and healing arts education. We preserve and honor Happehatchee’s vibrant land as a way to make sacred connections with our selves, each other, and Nature.

Our gates are open for Life Celebration Ceremonies, Meetings, Conferences, and Retreats. As well regular classes and workshops like Yoga and Meditation.

Job Description: Administrative: answering phone calls, clerical duties (filing, making copies, etc.)

Internships: Volunteer Coordinator, Fridays and Saturdays 10-4pm. Lead group projects, guided tours, social media-writing articles (blogs), and make YouTube Videos

Grounds Maintenance:
-maintaining the gardens
-butterfly garden
-organic garden-
-herb garden
-plant nursery
-Composting bin
-Invasive plant removal

Special Projects:Contact Director for current project list.

Times of Work: Weekends daytime
Primary Contact: Mrs. Julie Gerhard
8791 Corkscrew Rd.
Estero, FL 33928
Phone: (239) 992-5455
Alt Phone: (239) 992-5455
Secondary Contact: Julie Gerhard
Phone: (239) 992-5455
Worker's Comp for Volunteers?: N
Benefits Offered: Happehatchee Center a Sanctuary for Peace and Healing monthly healing circles are made available free of charge for FCGU volunteers
-1st Friday Reiki & Crystal Bowl Meditation

Please check our website for details and times
Additional Information: Volunteers MUST wear long pants and close to shoes.
Volunteers are encouraged to bring water and a snack to share.
We encourage you to become involved in a task or project you feel passionate about related to the environment and Happehatchee.
We offer three types of Volunteer opportunities, 1-Tasks, 2-Projects and 3-Special Projects.
-Tasks may change from week to week
-Projects are sustained through completion of said project
-Special Projects are sustained through completion

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