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CAUSEplay for Hope is an all-volunteer group of costumers, cosplayers, and prop builders. We make public appearances supporting local charities, community outreach programs, and fundraisers while spreading hope and smiles.

  • Are you 18 or older?

  • Do you have a desire to help others?

  • Do you enjoy cosplay? Can you stay in character while in public?

  • Do you own or can obtain a professional quality costume? (Not a party store Halloween costume)

  • Are you good with kids?

  • Can you pass a criminal background check?

  • Can you commit to doing events week days and weekends?

If you answered "Yes" to these questions, you may be the right fit for our volunteer team! There are different ways you can volunteer:

  • Costumed Characters: Our costumed volunteers are the face of our organization. Whether costumes are handmade or bought, their goal is to inspire hope and bring smiles to our community at events. Being a costumed character is very rewarding - and seeing smiles beam from children's faces is why we do what we do. All costumes go through an approval process before being worn to an event.

  • General Volunteer: Don't have or want to be in costume? We can still use your help! Non-Character Volunteers attend events as Handlers, Event Leads, and/or general event support. These volunteers help events run smoothly, support the costumed characters, take photos, and are able to provide information to event attendees. 

All Volunteers go through a mandatory background screening and training to prepare for all event types. You must be able to provide your own costumes at this time - and all costumes go through an approval process.

Please take a moment to review our Criteria for Joining and Rules & Code of Conduct to make sure you are willing and able to meet our requirements. Provide all required information completely and accurately.

Submit your completed application as well as the signed Criteria for Joining and Rules & Code of Conduct documents to:

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