HELP Pepper Live 2011 rock by volunteering your time and expertise for an hour or two.
The annual rock show held by the Pepper Foundation is in its 23rd year and is run entirely by volunteers.
Organisers are looking for people to help with publicity, advertising and to attract sponsorship.
In June, helpers will be needed to man the box office and to distribute leaflets.
During the show in July, help is also needed with selling programmes, tombola tickets, raffle tickets and merchandising and serving behind the bar.
The concerts provide entertainment with local singers and musicians performing a range of classic and modern rock songs.
All money raised goes to help provide specialist nursing care for children with life-limiting conditions.
The organisation is a partner of Tring-based Iain Rennie Hospice at Home and addresses the needs of children and their families and £130 will pay for a day of nursing care.
The show takes place at the Centenary Theatre at Berkhamsted School in Kings Road, Berkhamsted, from Friday, July 15 to Sunday, July 17 and Wednesday, July 20 to Saturday, July 23.
Call 01442 877292 for tickets or go to www.peppershow.com and for more information about volunteering contact email@example.com