Volunteer

“Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.”
Ralph Waldo Emerson, “Circles”

Have you toured memorable gardens and magnificent homes on the Garden Tour or Holiday House Tour? Danced the night away in revolutionary spirit at the Patriots’ Ball? Or marveled at the delight and imagination of the beloved Family Trees celebration? If you look forward to participating in these popular traditions every year, enjoy these events for more than just a visit by helping make them possible with the Concord Museum Guild of Volunteers.

Kelly Benkert and Aura Bruce, the Guild of Volunteers co-presidents, invite you to join the Guild and get involved in our 2018-2019 events! Volunteering for the Concord Museum is an opportunity to make lifelong friends and make a difference in the Concord community. More than 300 volunteers from across Greater Boston assist in fulfilling the Concord Museum’s mission by sharing their special talents, including planning events, decorating Family Trees, providing administrative support, and finding sponsors. Guild members work alongside our professional staff, sharing their expertise in the various Museum departments and giving more than 10,000 hours of service annually. From the Holiday House Tour, Family Trees, Morning with Santa, and the Fête to the Lesneski Tea, Patriots’ Ball, Garden Tour, and Golf Tournament, the Guild organizes events that are fresh and fun with an eye towards supporting a treasured institution.

We are always seeking new volunteers and whether you can join us for an hour, for a day, or to plan an event, any amount of time helps make these events a success. No experience necessary!

How to Volunteer

Contact us! Call, email, or write. Or, fill out a Volunteer Interest Survey and mail or scan and email to the Museum and we will contact you.

It is traditional for Museum volunteers to be members of the Museum. If you are not already a member, join today!

Concord Museum
Mailing Address: 200 Lexington Road, Concord, MA 01742
Phone: (978) 369-9763
Email: cm1@concordmuseum.org