Volunteering at the Twin Cities Playhouse

Thank you for your interest in becoming a Volunteer. GiGi’s Playhouse is a volunteer run organization and we rely on the skill and dedication of volunteers of various levels of expertise to keep our programs vibrant, educational, fun and free. Since the first Playhouse opened in 2003, GiGi’s Playhouse programs have always been free for our families.  Parents, family members, clinicians, and individuals who believe in the GiGi’s Playhouse mission act as volunteers in GiGi’s Playhouse programs, events, administrative offices, and on our Board of Members.

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Types of Volunteer Opportunities



Love spending time with our participants? Are you into fitness, cooking, drama, and music? We need program leads and volunteers!


Passionate about sharing the skill of math and reading? Tutors are needed for both math and reading programs. Training provided—no experience necessary. We will give you all the tools you need to be successful.


Are you skilled in social media, marketing, copywriting, blogging, press releases, and outreach? GiGi’s needs YOU and your knowledge!


Is your specialty gardening and seasonal planters? Are you into interior design? What about attention to detail—can you monitor our website weekly or help with inventory? We have many areas that could use your talents.


Love to spend time with our participants but only can volunteer occasionally? Our monthly events would be perfect for you! We also need volunteers for our fundraisers like our gala and fitness events and planning service projects for our participants.


Do you have a knack for persuasive writing? We are always looking for support in finding and writing grants. Do you know an organization that is looking for a giving opportunity? We have a corporate sponsorship committee that needs members who can network and bring opportunities to the Playhouse.


Consider yourself a subject matter expert in an area that could benefit GiGi’s families? We would love for you to share your knowledge in areas such as a transition to adulthood, housing ideas for participants, special needs trusts –or any other ideas are welcome.