Volunteers needed to help Frederick Douglass National Historic Site Community Day
The Frederick Douglass National Historic Site is seeking volunteers to assist with visitor services for a special event at Frederick Douglass’ home.
Annually, the Frederick Douglass National Historic Site celebrates the life of Frederick Douglass with a day of family-friendly fun called “Community Day.” Activities will include house tours, music, crafts for kids, storytelling, face painting, croquet, ice cream making, and living history demonstrations.
This year’s celebration will be Sunday, October 14th from 12 noon – 4:00 pm.
Volunteers are needed to:
• greet visitors
• assist with tours, games, crafts and other activities
• provide site and program information
Volunteers needed Sunday, October 14th
• Event Volunteers 11:00 am – 4:30 pm
Volunteer service eligible for students Community Service Project Hours requirement
The Frederick Douglass National Historic Site is located at:
1411 W Street, S.E.
Washington, D.C. 20020
Limited on-street parking is available. Public transportation is recommended. The nearest Metro station is Anacostia (Green Line) and there is also bus service.
Please contact Delphine Gross at (202) 426-5961 or Delphine_gross@nps.gov for more information about this volunteer opportunity.