The Hampton Cup Regatta has run continuously since
1926 with a staff of dedicated volunteers. There are
no paid positions on the committee.
We thank you for your support, and hope to see you
in years to come. There is one rule for those who give
their time and talent as volunteers – have fun!
Volunteers who work a full shift will receive a
Hampton Cup Regatta event staff T-shirt. All
volunteers who work a full shift are entitled to
non-alcoholic beverages and lunch on the day(s)
If interested please email Teresa Ottofaro
for more information.
Hampton Cup Regatta August 8-9, 2015
If you are interested in signing up please fill out
this form. If you have any questions the POC (point of
contact) for this event is Teresa Ottofaro
email@example.com or 757-344-8411. Below are the
areas to volunteer in with brief descriptions please
sign up for the shifts in the areas that you prefer if
you have no preference then just check that box.
Dress Code: You will be in the sun most of the day, so
feel free to wear a hat or sun glasses and check the
weather for the day as well, as this event normally
happens rain or shine. We want you comfortable so
shorts or pants is up to you but please nothing with
holes, close toed shoes are required (no flops or
sandals). If you plan to be a racer assist then you
may want to bring 2 pairs of shoes (if you are
bringing water shoes make sure that they are close
toed) as one will get wet. You will be given a
Here are brief descriptions of each area you will get
detailed briefings when you arrive to start your
Racer Assists-This position you will get wet! You will
need to bring a change of clothes or a towel in
addition to shoes that you do not mind getting wet.
Your function will be to assist the racers with
various things that they may need a hand with. The
most common being getting in the water about waist
deep and assisting in holding their boats before and
after the races. You will want to wear shoes for this
so water shoes or old sneakers are advised.
Security Bridge- Walking the event or sitting at a
check point making sure people are having a good time
but also following the rules to keep it a safe event
for all. Walking and standing mostly, but we will also
have chairs at the check point areas for you to be
able to sit.
Security Pit area- Walking the Pit area or sitting at
a check point making sure people are having a good
time but also following the rules to keep it a safe
event for all. Checking wristbands for people entering
from the cold pit to the hot pit area. A lot of
walking and standing.
Use the above Volunteer Link
to submit your form. Thank You Hampton Cup Regatta.