Ambassadors are short-term volunteers who invite their friends and family to attend one of Giraffe Laugh Early Learning Centers’ Little Shoes Big Dreams tours.
Giraffe Laugh Ambassador Roles and Responsibilities
- Attend a Little Shoes Big Dreams tour.
- Invite 5-10 guests to a Little Shoes Big Dreams tour within 3 months.
- Prepare guests on what the tour will be about and that they will receive a follow-up call from a Giraffe Laugh team member
- Complete Ambassador commitment within three months (a great role for the summer months). Ambassadors have the option to complete after one term, continue for another or move into another role on the team, such as a supportive person for new Student Ambassadors.
Once Ambassadors have brought 10 guests to a Little Shoes Big Dreams tour, they will receive a special Giraffe Laugh Ambassador pin.
Contact Cassandra at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up to be an Ambassador, to sign up for an in-person tour, or for more information.
Little Shoes Big Dreams Tours: Now Offered Virtually and In-Person
At our Little Shoes Big Dreams tours, participants can expect to learn about the three areas of Giraffe Laugh’s work: ensuring school readiness, empowering families, and building strong futures.
Virtual tours last about 30 minutes. After signing up for a virtual tour, you will receive an email with a Zoom link. The passcode to enter the Zoom call is 1542. You will also receive a calendar invitation from Cassandra for quick access to the meeting. Sign up here: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b044eacad2ca5f85-giraffe3.
In-person tours last about an hour and can be scheduled by contacting Cassandra at email@example.com. After signing up for the tour, you will receive a confirmation and a calendar invitation from Cassandra.
We can see the future from here!
Giraffe Laugh is a local nonprofit that provides early childhood education and nurturing to 150 Treasure Valley children annually by ensuring school readiness, empowering families, and building strong futures.
Giraffe Laugh has two full time centers serving children from birth to five years old, a full-time preschool program that serves children from three and a half to five years old, and a summer program that serves children that are of school-age.