Find a place among our volunteers and share with them a love of Waterford.
We welcome volunteers!
Whether your interests or expertise lay in the areas of historical research and preservation, education, sustainable agriculture, habitat restoration and management, communications, development, or events management, you will find a place among our volunteers and share with them a love of Waterford.
Let us know how you would like to help, and we’ll put you in touch with the staff and volunteers so vital to our mission of preservation and education.
Just phone or email us to let us know your areas of interest, and we will connect you with the committee chair who can tell you more.
Contact: [email protected]; 540-882-3018, Ext. 3
Help with the school program behind the scenes or first-hand by portraying Miss Nickens, the Second Street School teacher.
Interested in Waterford or Loudoun County history or enjoy digging into primary documents? Waterford has many possible research projects available. Also, a great opportunity for students.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/3″][vc_single_image image=”1164″ img_size=”full”][vc_column_text]
Archives and Local History Collection
Anyone experienced with working with archives and primary documents may be interested in helping with the Waterford Foundation archives.
The Waterford Fair is the first full weekend of each October. It’s a great time to be in Waterford as a volunteer! Volunteers get to attend the Fair for an additional day for free and have fun on the day they work. Opportunities include being a docent in a historic home, working with the Art shows, food, wine, or behind the scenes.
The Phillips farm is a wonderful nature preserve in Waterford that is protecting the original land and viewsheds of the village. Walking trails are always in need of tending as well as other projects as they come up.