Individuals should review the open Regular Volunteer Opportunities, a stewardship event, or one of the special events. A group can engage in one of four primary service opportunities: public service days, stewardship events, special events, and corporate service days. On a limited basis, the park may able to collaborate with your group to design a unique service opportunity on a specific date. Please contact Khiet Luong (610-783-1061) for more information.
The Valley Forge Park Alliance is a key partner for the park. The Alliance’s broad range of work includes fundraising, educational programs, and advocacy. On average, Alliance board and committee members provide over 6,000 hours of volunteer time annually to Valley Forge. Please visit the Alliance website to learn more about them and how you can get involved.
Volunteering is an American tradition that lives on at Valley Forge National Historical Park. Our volunteers work alongside park staff to actively preserve and promote the park's resources. Do you have the passion, time, and skills to join us? We offer volunteer opportunities for individuals or groups, recurring or single time volunteer positions, public service days, stewardship events, special events, and corporate service days. Additional information on NPS volunteer opportunities can be found at www.nps.gov/volunteer.
Regular Volunteer Opportunities
Learn more about regular long-term volunteer opportunities in the park.
Public Service Days
Help your family, friends, or co-workers find their park while doing good work alongside park staff.
Corporate Service Days
Bring your team to the park and get to know your co-workers outside the office.
National Trails Day
Join other individuals, clubs and organizations from around the country and celebrate your love of trails.
Help document the wildlife that lives in Valley Forge and celebrate the diversity of life in our national parks.
Imagine this: scorching day, cool stream, darting crayfish, and laughing the whole time...
Want to learn more about plants? Become a whiz at identifying and removing non-native and invasive plants after this session.
Last updated: February 28, 2017