Become a Pillow Talk Volunteer
Be a part of the Center for Biological Diversity's one-of-a-kind Endangered Species Condoms project, and distribute free condoms at Pillow Talk events in your area. As a volunteer, you'll help educate people across the country about how endangered species — from Ozark hellbenders to monarch butterflies — are affected by our rapidly growing numbers.
Here's how it works:
Pillow Talk events are hosted by museums, science centers, or zoos, typically as part of special events geared towards adult audiences like 21 and over nights. As a volunteer, you'll help make the connection between unsustainable human population and overconsumption, and the wildlife extinction crisis, climate change and other environmental issues using hands-on activities, accessible information and, of course, by handing out free Endangered Species Condoms.
Volunteers will receive training and all the materials required to make every Pillow Talk a success.
Sign up below to become a Pillow Talk docent. Let us know if there is a specific event on our calendar you are interested in helping with or if you have ideas for potential future events.