FUTURE KIFA DOCENTS!
Opportunities to Volunteer Wednesday-Sunday 11-1:30 or 1:30-4
If you know anyone interested in volunteering, a mere 3 hours per month, please have them call the office us.
Kent Island Federation of Arts, Inc.
405 Main Street, Stevensville, MD 21666
410-643-7424 | firstname.lastname@example.org | www.kifa.us
Our KIFA Volunteers are our 'life blood'. They are crucial in helping us provide art education and experiences which are highly valuable to this community.
If you think you'd like to volunteer with KIFA a few hours a month, please contact us by calling 410.643.7424 or email us at email@example.com
Making a difference, caring deeply about art, responding to the call of service, having fun, using or developing a new skill, and getting involved in your community!
Every committee is seeking members to volunteer! Please contact the Chair or KIFA office 410-643-7424/ firstname.lastname@example.org/405 Main Street, Stevensville.
Adult & Youth Education-Maria Sage & Maureen Wheatley
Gift Shop-Becky Placek
Art & Entertainment District Liason-Maureen Wheatley
*You must be at least 18 years old and a KIFA member to volunteer.
Copyright © 2020 Kent Island Federation of Arts, All rights reserved.
Office & Gallery Hours:
Wednesday - Saturday: 1-4
As KIFA is staffed by volunteers, it is always best to call ahead to ensure we are open.
A docent turns on the lights, open signs, and hangs the outside flags. Prepared to welcome guests, support KIFA's mission, and help visitors truly enjoy the Art House.
A docent enters his/her name, time, and mileage on the volunteer log sheet.
A docent enters notes in the docent log book of the day’s activities and visitors.
A docent answers the phone and handles phone messages as appropriate. He/she writes down messages on the telephone log pad.
A docent may bring in his/her artwork to display when on duty.
A docent welcomes visitors and encourages visitors to participate in KIFA activities.Sells gift shop items or art in the gallery,
KIFA, or Kent Island Federation of Arts, was founded in 1963 as a small non-profit community organization, built on making the arts accessible to Kent Island and the surrounding environs.
The Kent Island Federation of Arts is partially funded by the Queen Anne's County Government, Mid-Shore Community Foundation, Queen Anne's County Arts Council, United Way of Queen Anne's County, Maryland State Arts Council, our local ELKS, American Legion, and VFW, as well as new members and longstanding 20+ years members.