Tabling Coordinator

The Tabling Coordinator will oversee CAA’s community tabling by acquiring materials for displays and recruiting and managing tabling volunteers.

How You Will Benefit

  • You will learn how to convey CAA’s message of compassion for animals.
  • You will learn how to train volunteers on effective tabling skills.
  • You will educate the public about animal cruelty, veg diets, and Compassionate Action for Animals.
  • You will recruit new volunteers and supporters to help further CAA’s mission of advocating for animals.

Criteria for Success

  • Coordinate and execute on average at least one tabling event every month.
  • Successfully work with at least two other volunteers, on average, for each tabling event.


  • With assistance from your supervisor, recruit and train volunteers to staff tables.
  • With assistance from your supervisor, recruit and train volunteers to help with pay-per-view programs
  • Keep up to date on CAA events that should be advertised at informational tables.
  • Secure any and all necessary materials for tabling including literature, sign up sheets, tables, signage, tents, and pens, video players, money (for pay-per-view).
  • Arrange for transportation of all materials to tabling locations.
  • Communicate with the Executive Director to ensure that all tabling duties are being fulfilled.
  • Delegate responsibilities to other volunteers when necessary.

Qualifications Desired

  • A strong desire to educate the public about CAA’s work.
  • Well-organized, detail oriented, creative and resourceful, with strong problem solving skills.
  • Approachability: The Tabling Coordinator should be friendly and outgoing, have strong communication skills, and be able to interact positively with a wide variety of people.
  • General knowledge about animal cruelty issues, vegetarian and vegan diets, and an eagerness to learn about CAA’s history, mission and core values, strategies, approach, and style of communications.
  • Mature judgment and ability to cope with problems that may arise in a polite and respectful fashion.
  • Previous experience with public communications is helpful, but not required.

Time Commitment: This position will require 10 hours/month.

Many of our tabling events involve our pay-per-view program; please check it out!

Please contact if you are interested in this position.

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