Want to be part of the excitement of the 2024 Chubb Bermuda Triangle Challenge weekend, but not interested in running? Or do you know of a student who needs to fulfill community service hours for school? Either way, we have you covered! The success of the Chubb Bermuda Triangle Challenge depends, in large part, upon the dedication of volunteers and the excitement they bring to each event.
Registration to volunteer for the 2024 Chubb Bermuda Triangle Challenge will open September 1, 2023.
Check back for a full list of opportunities and be sure to connect with us on social to stay up-to-date.
2024 Chubb Bermuda Triangle Challenge Volunteer Benefits
We are thrilled to offer the following benefits to all our volunteers to recognize your hard work in helping to make the event a success:
- A 2024 Chubb Bermuda Triangle Challenge t-shirt;
- A 2024 Chubb Bermuda Triangle Challenge jacket;
- A Volunteer Appreciation Party to be held at Goslings Wine Cellar. Invitations will be sent out after the 2024 Chubb Bermuda Triangle Challenge race weekend. Please note that this event will be for adults only;
- $50 dining vouchers, courtesy of the tremendous support from our friends at MEF, to be raffled out to those that volunteer at least one spot over the race weekend. The raffle draw will be done after the 2024 Chubb Bermuda Triangle Challenge race weekend (to verify attendance); and
- $100 dining vouchers, again courtesy of MEF, to be raffled out to those that volunteer more than one spot over the race weekend. The raffle draw will be done after the 2024 Chubb Bermuda Triangle Challenge race weekend (to verify attendance).
In addition, for schools, we are pleased to offer the following:
- Community service hours recognition for pupils; and
- Donation opportunities to schools that provide significant volunteer resources.
QUESTIONS: Contact us at [email protected]
Who volunteered with us in 2023?
We crunched the numbers and approximately 650 people pitched in over the course of the 3-day event weekend to help make it a success!
- Over Saturday and Sunday, nearly 200 volunteers manned 19 water stops!
- 7 local schools were involved – 6 covered a total of 10 water stops, and the 7th covered race bag prep duties ahead of the Expo.
- 4 community groups joined: Sandys Parish Council, the Pilot Gig Club Boaz Island, Bermuda Red Cross, and the Bermuda Public Service Union.
- A big shout out to Clarence Smith and his family who covered the water stop at Morgans Point!
- And another big shout out to the longest-participating volunteer group at a water stop: the Bermuda Musical & Drama Society at Brighton Hill (Kevin and Adrian)
- 3 of our sponsors also had volunteers at water stops: Zurich, PwC Bermuda, and Skyport Authority
- 450 volunteers covered a variety of other positions from expo number pick up, participant shuttles, road marshalling duties, handing out medals at the finish line, and finish festival duties.