Ginza 2023 Volunteer Portal

Thank you to all who have volunteered to help out at Ginza. Due to your tremendous response, we already have just about every positioned filled! We no longer need the “sign up” form and the focus of this page now shifts to Guidelines for our volunteers. Thanks again for volunteering!



  • You can obtain #142 zone parking stickers in advance or when you arrive from us. You will need one for each day you volunteer after 6pm.
  • If possible, please arrive 30 minutes before your scheduled shift. If you will be late or are unable to come as planned, please contact us. If possible please remain after closing to help with cleanup.
  • BREAKS/FOOD AND DRINK (Please coordinate within your teams. Breaks NOT allowed during program intermissions)
  • Meals, snacks and drinks will be available in our volunteer break room located inside the Temple and will be open as follows: FRIDAY 4-9pm snacks and drinks; MEALTIME 3:30-5:30pm (sandwiches/salads). SATURDAY 10am-8pm snacks and drinks; MEALTIMES 12:30-1:30pm & 3-5pm (Shoyu weiners, Rice, Salads). SUNDAY 10am-4pm snacks and drinks; MEALTIMES 12:30-1:30pm and 2:30-3:30pm.
  • Sanitation rules prohibit eating at the outside food sale booths and indoor food preparation areas. If you wish to eat outside, you are welcome to purchase food and eat after your shift has ended.

FOOD HANDLING SANITATION RULES (food prep, grill, par-boil, kitchen, food sales):

  • You MUST wear closed toed shoes. No one with open toed sandals or flip flops will be allowed to work, for both sanitation and safety reasons. THIS IS NOT NEGOTIABLE!
  • Tops must have a short sleeve – NO SLEEVELESS TOPS
  • You MUST wear a hair covering. You may wear your own cap or head covering, or use one of our head coverings or hair nets. Beards must be covered as well.
  • You MUST wear gloves at all times when handling food. These should be changed frequently; these will be provided as well as aprons (you are welcome to bring your own). Both gloves and aprons need to be removed before entering and using the washroom.


  • Masks are optional but encouraged
  • Please do not come to the Temple if you are showing signs of illness or have tested positive for Covid-19
  • Wash your hands frequently