Volunteer at Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historical Park
You can learn new skills, teach others, stay active and involved. Volunteers at Abraham Lincoln Birthplace help preserve and maintain the diverse cultural and historical resources of the park for today's visitors, as well as helping to preserve the same resources for future generations. Volunteers can play a vital role in making sure visitors enjoy their experience in the park by helping out. The park has several areas where volunteers can make a difference in the park's operation and visitors satisfaction:
Volunteer opportunities at Abraham Lincoln Birthplace are as diverse as the cultural and historical resources of the park
Current Volunteer Opportunities:
To volunteer call the park's Volunteer Coordinator at (270) 358-3137
Other volunteer opportunities are available nationwide at http://www.nps.gov/volunteer
Did You Know?
Abraham Lincoln’s birthplace became a National Park in 1916. It was donated on July 17, 1916, to the federal government by the Lincoln Farm Association, which established the site. At that time it was known as the Abraham Lincoln National Park.