Volunteer for Bingo

Volunteer for Bingo while having fun! The more volunteers, the more successful we can be!

In order to keep growing and continue our success, we need to continue recruiting new players. The best way to find more players is by word of mouth. Remember, this is YOUR bingo and we need ALL of YOU to recommend this bingo to your friends and co workers.

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We can never have enough workers. The simple fact is the more workers we have, the more money Beth El makes. The infrastructure is in place, and when we have more workers, we make more money. Many nights the players go home with money in their pockets they wanted to spend at our bingo.

We would like to dedicate the success of our fund raiser solely to the caring volunteers who work month after month. What makes Beth El Bingo successful is the large number of dedicated volunteers we have.

It only takes 1-2 hours of time a month. To volunteer, fill out the form below or contact email hidden; JavaScript is required at 412-563-8911, email hidden; JavaScript is required at 412-561-8871, or the Beth El office at412-561-1168. Other volunteers you can contact: email hidden; JavaScript is required, email hidden; JavaScript is required, and email hidden; JavaScript is required.

Join our growing community of Bingo Volunteers!

Volunteer for Bingo

  • Please consider giving 1-2 hours of your time a month to this important fund raiser! Let us know your availability in the space below.

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