The Chaminade family spirit exists because of the time, effort and service that our volunteers demonstrate every day. There are many volunteer opportunities to fit a wide variety of skills and schedules. Volunteering is not only a meaningful way to support Chaminade and meet new friends, it is a way to show your student that you are committed to his or her education.
If you are interested in volunteering, please fill out the Online Volunteer Form. If you have questions, contact Arianna Danova at 818-360-0615 or email

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  • Admissions / Open House

    Recruit volunteers, organizing mailings, stuffing packages, meet new families, and coordinate the open house
  • Boosters

    The purpose of the Chaminade Boosters is to support our school programs and promote school spirit among students, staff and parents.  Boosters sells merchandise and concession at athletic events and after school.  Boosters is a vital part of showing Chaminade Spirit across both campuses.  We need volunteers who will help lead this program.
  • Chama Mama

    Chama Mamas is a SOCIAL GROUP that welcomes all Chaminade Community Women to join together to share experiences, inspire, and create a nurturing and safe environment to learn and grow. The Chama Mama committee arranges 3-4 social events per school year along with a schoolwide book club for the women of Chaminade. Please click here for more information.
  • Drop Zone / Lost and Found

    (Middle School): Catalog lost items and supervise backpack/large item storage area. Needed each school day.
  • EagleFest

    An evening of entertainment & fabulous auction items; our biggest fundraiser of the year!  Become an EagleFest ambassador.  Solicit auction items, prepare program, coordinate publicity, sell tickets, handle reservations, work with students in Senior Show/dance routines, assemble auction baskets, data entry & more.  
  • Eaglethon Champion

    Fundraising effort that provides unrestricted and restricted support for the school.  Contact other parents and secure their support of The Chaminade Fund.
  • Fine Arts (Band, Choir, Drama)

    Work with the teachers to help with communication and provide assistance where needed.
  • Football Chain-Gang

    (High School): Assist with first-down chains during home football games.
  • Winter Wonderland (Daughter & Father / Significant Mentor)

    (Middle School Event): A dance for middle school daughters and their fathers / significant mentors. Assist in the planning, setup, decorating & clean up and volunteer at the event.

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  • Health / Attendance Office

    (Middle School): Handle minor illnesses, cuts & bruises. Assist personnel with attendance follow up & phone calls. Two hour increments each week/month. Needed each day.
  • Homecoming

    (HIGH SCHOOL EVENT) An all-school event with food & merchandise booths to celebrate Homecoming.  Help staff booths, sell food, decorate, and provide general support for concessions.
  • Hospitality

    Showing Chaminade guests hospitality is something we are very proud of. We are looking for individuals who enjoy hosting a great party. The role of our Hospitality team is to prepare refreshments for various on-campus special events. Events take place during the day, evening or weekends.
  • House Parent

    (Middle School): Assist X-block teachers when needed; provide classroom support for special “treat days” and parties. The House Parent Program sponsors Family Fun Night.
  • Library Assistant

    Help the librarian as needed.
  • Game Night (Son & Mother/Significant Mentor)

    (Middle School Event): A fun and casual event for moms and their middle school sons.  Assist in the planning, setup, decorating and clean up and volunteer at the event.  DADS —WE NEED YOU!
  • Office Support / Mailings

    Typing, filing and mailings as needed by the school office or other Chaminade departments. Making phone calls.
  • Student Store (High School)

    Stock & sell Boosters uniforms & Spirit Wear to students at our on-campus store Tuesday & Thursday after school (proceeds go back to school)
  • Student Store (Middle School)

    Sell concession and Boosters merchandise to students at our on-campus store Monday, Wednesday & Friday after school (proceeds go back to school)
  • Team Parent

    (Athletics): Support our students team by becoming a team parent.  Work with the coaching staff to help with communication to the team and provide assistance where needed.


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  • Beth Macias ‘85

    Mother of Mark ’18, Ethan ’20 and Theodore ‘24
    Beth Macias is a shining example of dedication and service to our Chaminade community. Beth’s journey as an alumna from the class of 1985 has been defined by her active involvement in Alumni Relations, serving on the Alumni Council, participating and volunteering at numerous alumni events, and creating our beloved annual Saturday with Santa event at the middle school. As the driving force behind this cherished tradition, Beth has brought warmth, joy, and the holiday spirit to our Chaminade community year after year. Her dedication is evident not only in the meticulous planning and execution of the event but also in her hands-on involvement, from setting up to cleaning up and providing the cherished chair for Santa year after year.
    Her leadership on the board of directors and contributions to the Advancement Committee of the Board have significantly shaped our institution, earning her a place in our Alumni Hall of Fame in 2017. Beth's commitment to giving back extends to Boosters, Holly Berry, Phone-a-Thon, and beyond, embodying the spirit of service that defines Chaminade. Tonight, we celebrate Beth Macias for her unwavering dedication, passion, and lasting impact on our community.

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  • Jeanne Turbow

    Mother of Sasha ‘24
    Jeanne Turbow is an incredible force of nature. We can see where her daughter, Sasha gets her wonderful sense of humor, sense of care and community, and absolute love for being involved and ensuring that everyone is cared for in the high school drama program. We have been blessed having Jeanne as one of our core Drama Mamas and she will be greatly missed; however, we welcome her to come back at any time and continue to be a part of our Chaminade Players family.

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  • Tor and Deborah Sweeney

    Parents of Benjamin ’22 and Christopher ’24
    Tor and Deborah Sweeney have been the Boys Varsity soccer team parents and major supporters for Chris and Ben who played all four years in the soccer program.  Chris (2024) will be attending Santa Clara University in the Fall and Ben (2022) will be entering his 3rd year at Georgetown. Tor and Deborah have been the most positive parents from the time they entered the Chaminade Middle School.  

    The list of contributions is endless as they helped by donating money for the purchase of uniforms as well as brought drinks for the halftime for nearly every home or away game for the last three years.  They have been instrumental in the rise of the boys soccer team planning team lunches and pasta nights for team gatherings.  They even brought an ice cream truck to the Quarter final home playoff game offering free ice cream to everyone who cheered on the boys (and it worked as the team advanced to the semifinals). Tor and Deborah, thank you for your support of the soccer program and for the positive example that you set in the stands by never missing a game. 

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  • Claudine Toon

    Mother of Jordyn ‘24
    Claudine Toon is undeniably a force to be reckoned with—larger than life, she brings an unmatched energy to everything she does at Chaminade.  

    For two years, Claudine served as the Track and Field Team Mom, supporting the coach in managing over 120 track athletes. Additionally, she dedicated three years to being a part of the Cross-Country Team Mom triad. Claudine’s impact doesn’t stop at sports—she’s an Advancement superstar. As the Class of 2024 Lead Parent Champion for Eaglethon, her relentless dedication in reaching out to every parent in the class of 2024 for donations has consistently secured first place amongst all grades at Chaminade for the past two years.  

    Her commitment extends to Eagle Fest, where she serves on both the Exhibitor and Auction committees, dedicating countless hours. As this year’s lead for the Chama Mamas, Claudine has taken on responsibilities ranging from securing speakers for parent panels to crafting signature cocktails for special events like our Wreath Making Event. Over the years, she could often be spotted front and center at various athletics games, taking pictures to share with the athletes, their families, Nade social media, and yearbook. Claudine’s sense of service knows no bounds- she volunteers as often as she can wherever there is a need. Claudine is leaving some big shoes to fill. She will be greatly missed.  

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  • Ellie Sayeri

    Mother of Ryon ‘24
    Ellie Sayeri is being honored tonight for her endless dedication to the varsity football team as one of the key parent volunteers for the past few years. Ellie headed meal prep for the boys every Tuesday and Friday, helped organize the teams big kick off dinner every year and tirelessly put together and distributed the spirit packs for the boys and coaches. Without Ellie’s dedication, crucial pieces to our program would be amiss. Thank you, Ellie, for all your hard work and support of our football program.

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  • Tiffany Takac

    Mother of Skylar ‘21 and Taylan ‘24
    Tiffany Takac is being recognized with a Spotlight on Service award for her exceptional dedication and leadership as the chair of the middle school father-daughter dance for six years. Her tireless efforts in organizing and overseeing this cherished event have brought joy and cherished memories to countless families within our community. Tiffany’s commitment to creating a welcoming and memorable experience for fathers and daughters alike has not only strengthened family bonds but has also fostered a sense of unity and connection among our community members. Her selfless service and unwavering dedication embody the spirit of volunteerism and community involvement that we deeply value and celebrate.

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  • Patria Sharp

    Mother of Kataeya ‘21 and Haley ‘24
    As the girls soccer team parent for the last three years, Patria Sharp is a true supporter and the leader behind the scenes contributing to the success of the girls soccer program.  She was always on top of whatever needed to be done for the team and the girls.  The girls truly benefitted from her ability to plan and have everything in place throughout the season. From team communications, celebrations, lunches to pasta party events, she was always on top of everything that needed to get done and needed nothing more from the coach than a due date.  We appreciate you for always being there for the team and for all the love you showed the team. 

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  • Julie Darmody

    Mother of Devin ‘22 and Finn ‘24
    We honor Julie tonight for her exceptional dedication as the Holly Berry Chair in 2022. She enhanced our fundraising efforts by introducing a raffle component to Holly Berry. Under her leadership, we raised an impressive sum of over $30,000 for our Campus Life Fund, a testament to her vision, hard work, and commitment to our community. Julie's initiative added tremendously to our fundraising capabilities and strengthened our community’s bonds, making her a truly deserving recipient of this recognition. Congratulations, Julie, on this well-deserved honor!

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