Be a Volunteer
The 15th Annual Marshfield Community Rib Cook-Off 2023
There are dozens of ways to help out!
There are lots of ways to help: before, during, and after the September 9, 2023 event.
All volunteers at the event must be 18 years or older and are asked to attend a Volunteer training session prior to the event.
Using the form below, send us an email to let us know you’re interested in joining our team of volunteers. Our volunteer coordinator will be in touch leading up to the event with more information and an opportunity to select shift times and specific roles.
Signup to become a volunteer for 2023
Join in on the fun!
Together we can make 2023 the biggest and best event in MCRCO history! Here’s how you can help:
- Volunteer! Inquire about how you can volunteer before, during, and after the event.
- Create a team and participate in the competition!
- Become a financial sponsor as a family or business
- Attend the event and join in on the fun!
We are incredibly grateful for the time, talents, and financial support of our teams, sponsors, volunteers, rib-lovers and the Marshfield community-at-large.
The Marshfield Community Rib Cook-Off mission is to raise funds and awareness in support of critical community initiatives serving at-risk youth and their families with a focus on economic hardship, homelessness, and food insecurity.
MCRCO Board members
NON PROFIT STATEMENT
Marshfield Community Rib Cook-Off is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization Tax ID# 86-2079758.
Donations are tax-deductible to the extent of the law.
$40,000 Distributed to the Community in 2022
Thanks to the overwhelming support of sponsors, donors, and guests, the 2022 MCRCO was a record-breaking event with over 2500 in attendance and approximately $76,000 raised.
The MCRCO committee distributed $40,000 in proceeds from the event to six amazing community charitable organizations at a reception held at the Cask n’Flagon in Marshfield.
The McKinney-Vento program of Marshfield serves students who are homeless, in foster care, or in serious economic hardship. Click to learn more about the program and how to donate.
The Marshfield Food Pantry serves close to 200 families on a monthly basis, the bulk of their funding comes from private donations. During the COVID lockdown they opened their doors to anyone in need, regardless of where they lived.
Marshfield Families Adolescents and Community Together against Substances (FACTS) is the community coalition for substance abuse prevention in Marshfield, MA. Click to follow Marshfield FACTS on Facebook and learn about their community wellness initiatives.
The North Community Church, where the MCRCO event was founded in 2009, offers opportunities for young people and adults to experience the personal growth, connection, and development of life skills while serving those in need.
Clift Rodgers Library (CRL) is an informal independent library. It is one of only a few self-sufficient lending libraries left in the nation. For more than 100 years, it has rewarded those who have discovered it with a satisfying variety of reading matter.
Semper Fi & America’s Fund cares for our nation’s critically wounded, ill, and injured service members, veterans, and military families. Supporting all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces, they provide one-on-one case management, connection, and lifetime support.