SXM DOET VOLUNTEER OPPORUNITIES
Join official SXM Festival artists and DJs at SXM Doet during SXM Festival. Volunteer for key projects around the island and help make Sint Maarten an even more magical.
Cozy Fun Playground with SXM Festival Artists
WHEN: Friday, March 15th at 8am-12pm
WHERE: Sr. Borgia Elementary School Cannegieter Street #58 Philipsburg
Join our official SXM Festival artists and help make this playground child friendly, colourful, friendly and appealing. Design and create different games for the students to play during recess, paint the picnic benches and more.
Waste2Work Scavenger Hunt with Blond:ish
WHEN: Saturday, March 16th at 9am-3:30pm
WHERE: 129 union road, colebay, Sint Maarten, Netherlands Antilles Simpson Bay
Join Blond:ish on a scavenger hunt at the beach and local neighbourhoods in search of awesome reusable & recyclable materials to help build the new SXM Innovation Hub. Collect various items on the list with your team and earn points for prizes including SXM Festival tickets, drinks at the festival and more! Even better – help make Sint Maarten a cleaner & greener island.
Restoration of the basketball court in Dutch Quarter with M.A.N.D.Y.,
Amine K and SXM Festival Artists
WHEN: Saturday, March 16th at 8am 5pm
WHERE: Dutch Quarter Community Council zorg en rust road z/n, Lower Princess Quarter Philipsburg
Join M.A.N.D.Y., Amine K and our official SXM Festival artists and help restore the basketball court to what it was before hurricane Irma and make it an even safer and more positive environment for youth. Calling on all artists to paint a mural on the basketball court with a positive message.
SXM DOET – Beautification Head of Town
WHEN: Friday March 15th & Saturday March 16th at 8am-4pm
WHERE: In front of the Waste Factory, at the head of Town.
Join our official SXM Festival artists for this two-day project taking place Friday & Saturday. Help make the head of town beautiful by assisting in the design or the welcome banner, work with recyclables to create the letters and decorations. Let’s make the head of town the place to be!