• Cedar Hill

    Frederick Douglass

    National Historic Site District of Columbia

Volunteer

Douglass greeting visitors as marshall

Do you want to give back to the park that gives so much? Have you ever thought of volunteering your time and talent with the National Park Service (NPS)? Become a steward of the park by joining the Volunteers-In-Parks (VIP) program at the Frederick Douglass National Historic Site (NHS). Volunteers are essential in helping the us connect visitors to America's national treasures.

The mission of the Frederick Douglass NHS is to preserve the final home of Mr. Douglass and to teach about his extraordinary life. The site is looking for that special volunteer that likes interacting with people from all over the country and around the world. This volunteer would help manage the Visitor Center operations, assist with tours of the home, and assist with educational programs and special events. Volunteering at the Frederick Douglass NHS gives you an opportunity to meet other volunteers and make new friends. Come join us and be a part of the puzzle that creates a big picture.

Youth under 18 may be VIPS provided they have the written consent of their parent or guardian. Your company or organization can volunteer as a group for special events or adopt an area of the park to take care of; if you have the time we have a place for you!

 
Chris Jackson

For more information please contact:
Christopher Jackson
Volunteer coordinator
1411 W ST SE
Washington, D.C. 20020
202-426-5961
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Volunteers in action

 
Side tree with no ivy
No ivy on this tree.
NPS
 
New Flowers
New flowers for the Douglass Home
NPS
 
VIPs eating
Good food after a good days work.
NPS

Did You Know?

Douglass Violin

Frederick Douglass played violin.