Give back to your spa community
and make a difference in the world
Join the Green Spa Network volunteer community and help us promote the natural connections between personal well-being, economic sustainability, and health of our planet.
For many of us, the experience of volunteering is a deeply rich and fulfilling way to “give back” and make a difference in the world. As a non-profit small staff
association, the Green Spa Network exists largely through volunteer contributions of time, talent and treasure. GSN has several paths to getting involved as a GSN volunteer, outlined below, allowing you to choose the opportunity that meets your interests and availability. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please fill out the Volunteer Application and we will be in touch to discuss the current
GSN Committees are the backbone of our growing association’s workforce. Through regular (usually monthly or bi-monthly) conference calls and occasional face to face meetings, GSN committees
do important ongoing work to support the association’s strategic goals. Committee service is a great way to engage in ongoing participation with GSN, get to know a handful of other members closely and make a lasting contribution. We ask that Committee members commit to serving for at least one year.
Our current committees include:
From time to time, GSN will establish ad hoc working groups or task forces to accomplish specific tasks relative to a particular tool, benefit or initiative. These opportunities generally come with a need for specific skill sets and usually engage for a period of time shorter than one year.
If you have a knack for writing or video and want to help amplify the voice of GSN, we welcome your input. Content contributors primarily create and drive content in support of GSN’s initiatives based on the input and direction of the board and various committees.
Complete the Volunteer Application at the link below and we will be in touch to discuss current
“He or she who serves almost always benefits more than he or she who is served.” – Gordon Hinckle