The Mount Vernon Ladies' Association Volunteer Program was established in 1992 to provide assistance to the Association in achieving their mission to preserve and protect the home and heritage of George Washington. During 2010, volunteers contributed over 26,600 hours to Mount Vernon.
The volunteer program provides a wide range of volunteer opportunities, from A to Z; from archaeology to zoology, and all of the letters in between. Volunteers work at the Orientation Center and Education Center/Museum information desks, assist children at Hands on History, work in the gardens, provide administrative assistance, and conduct major mailings. Volunteers participate in almost all special events including the Washington birthday weekend, Colonial Days, Gardening Days, the Spring and Fall Wine Festivals, The 4th of July, Colonial Market and Fair, Fall Harvest Family Days, Mount Vernon by Candlelight, and The Holidays at Mount Vernon.
For further information call 703-799-8687 or 703-799-6898. Volunteers normally must live within commuting distance and be sixteen years of age or over, or if under sixteen be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Unfortunately, we have few opportunities for the under sixteen set.