Wildwood's mission could not be achieved were it not for the team of dedicated volunteers who give their time and energy towards maintaining Wildwood's buildings and grounds or towards particular programs and functions.
Resident Volunteers: One significant way to join the community at Wildwood is to apply for a resident volunteer position. There is an eight week minimum commitment with most volunteers typically staying for three to nine months, although longer stays are available. Volunteer opportunities are available year around.
Most volunteers at Wildwood perform a variety of tasks such as preparation of meals, guest room upkeep, gift shop sales merchandising, carpentry and handyman tasks, and grounds beautification through landscaping and forestry management. Those who have a background in specific trade could be assigned a position pertaining to their specialty.
A commitment of 30 hours per week entitles volunteers to room and board. Upon availability, volunteers in good standing, and who have completed three months of service, may participate in workshops to develop a personal goal using all that Wildwood has to offer.
For questions about Wildwood’s Resident Volunteer program, or to apply for a position, please email Wildwood's Volunteer Coordinator.
(UPS, Fed EX)
20111 Old Cazadero Road
Guerneville, CA 95446
U.S.P.S Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 78
Guerneville, CA 95446
Monday - Wednesday 10am to 3pm PT
Wildwood is a sanctuary created and sustained by gay men for healing, transformation and spiritual growth.
The Wildwood community will:
be a safe and sustainable oasis for all of the diverse members of the LGBT Community and any individual or group in agreement with our values
welcome individuals of all ages, sexual and ethnic identities and levels of mobility
facilitate the expression of love, intimacy and the integration of mind, body and spirit
provide an environment for connecting with nature, with spirit and with each other
demonstrate by example the promotion of positive change in the world
Individual spiritual paths, and the quest for connection and understanding
Earth's beauty and our stewardship of it
Respectful, honest communication and peaceful resolution of disagreements
Each person's quest to achieve integrity, honesty and authenticity
Community, and the support it provides
Overcoming oppression and healing its wounds