Support Your Park
The National Park Service welcomes and encourages support form the private sector to supplement public funds appropriated by Congress. Donations come to the National Park Service from individuals, organizations, foundations, corporations, and businesses purely as expressions of support, in response to the donor's awareness of needs. Whatever the motivation, private sector funds and in-kind contributions enhance the ability of the National Park Service to carry out its programs and activities. The National Park Service recognizes and appreciates this support. National Park Service Director’s Order # 21 governs donations and fundraising policy, including requests for information about memorial contributions. These are contributions made to Friendship Hill National Historic Site in memory of an individual.
Donations of Items:
Friendship Hill NHS has an active volunteer program. Volunteers in the Park - VIPs - help with in all areas of the park. They perform craft demonstrations for visitors, greet people in the Visitor Center, assist in the maintenance of buildings and grounds, work to preserve the museum collections, and do historical and scientific research. If you would like to put your special skills to work helping to preserve and protect Friendship Hill, call Kitty Seifert, the park Volunteer Coordinator, at 724-725-7190, or send her a message via e-mail.
The Friendship Hill Association:
Did You Know?
Nineteen year old Albert Gallatin came to America in 1780, in the midst of the American Revolution. He and a partner landed near Boston with $400 and a load of tea to sell. They failed to make a profit.