Group Volunteer Opportunities
Individuals as well as groups are welcome to sign up to help with stewardship projects to help preserve the natural, cultural, and recreational resources at Valley Forge Park.
Join us at one of our four annual stewardship events, fun for all ages and skill levels. For those of you who are interested in single-day group opportunities, please contact the volunteer program manager to set-up a work day (must contact no less than three-weeks in advance).
Recurring individual volunteer opportunities. Can be found on our volunteer home page.
National Public Lands Day
Lend a helping hand for America at the nation's largest hands-on volunteer effort, now celebrating its 20th year, to improve and enhance the nation's 600 million acres of public lands. National Public Lands Day keeps the promise of the Civilian Conservation Corps, the "tree army" that worked from 1933-1942 to preserve and protect America's natural heritage.
Join park staff, partners, and your neighbors on this day set aside each year to educate and engage the public in caring for their beloved public lands. Work projects, guided nature hikes and educational activities for all ages plus visit the Environmental Expo where you can learn more on protecting and exploring our natural resources.
Event details coming soon, sign up as a volunteer today!
To learn more and to sign up as a volunteer, contact:
Parkwide Volunteer Program Manager
Group recurring volunteer opportunities are also available.
Did You Know?
Varnum's brigade contained the 1st Rhode Island Regiment, a unit largely made up of African American and Native American soldiers. The unit symbolizes the diversity of the army - a diversity not seen again for many years.