The VIP office welcomes back all our old friends and welcomes aboard our new friends. VIPs are here to support all the activities in the park from ship preservation to cleaning up the shoreline along Aquatic Park beach.
This year we are expanding visitors' opportunities to experience the trades and crafts of old-time San Francisco. VIP projects this year will include fishnet mending, canvas work and bookbinding.
If you are interested in learning about these crafts and/or have skills that you would like to volunteer, please contact Terry Dorman or Erin Nhaminerva in the Volunteer Office, located on Hyde Street Pier, at 415-561-7160 or by email.
Click on this link for America's Natural and Cultural Resources Volunteer Portal.
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Are you interested in volunteering at other national parks? Please click here for information.
Did You Know?
San Francisco Fire, 1906. A painting by William A. Coulter. The "Great Earthquake" shook the city at 5:12 am on Wednesday, April 18, 1906. William A. Coulter, a maritime artist and journalist, painted this scene on a ten foot wide window shade that he pulled from a demolished bank building in the rubble of the still-burning city. More...