Volunteers lead programs and assist with events.
Volunteer Edie LeMons helps with the annual 3.2 for 32 Run in Remembrance held each April.
Jim Keesee of the Patrick Henry Photography Club works with a young photographer to develop an exhibition.
Our volunteer docents are treated to two annual trips to other historical sites.
Volunteers often host events such as this lovely luncheon for members of the Garden Club of Virginia.

Volunteer

Volunteer of the Year

Janice Pendleton is honored as the 2014 Volunteer of the Year by the Reynolds Homestead. Pictured with her (from left) are Beth Ford, historical services assistant; Kent Pendleton, proud husband a pretty good volunteer himself; Janice; and Julie Walters Steele, director.

Volunteers are so important to our being able to fulfill our mission here at the Reynolds Homestead. There are several ways you can find out about opportunities to become involved with our programming:

  1. Attend one of our monthly Volunteer Meetings, always held on the first Wednesday of each month at 1:00 p.m. Lunch is served and we take time to talk about all of the upcoming events with which we need assistance. RSVP to the meeting by contacting Lisa Martin.
  2. Be a member of our listserv. Invitations to volunteer and information about upcoming events are sent to those on our e-mail list, and to be a part of those mailings, please contact Lisa Martin.
  3. Contact Beth Ford directly to schedule a time to visit the Reynolds Homestead and learn more about how you can help.

There are opportunities to assist with art events, history programs, Victorian Christmas, Bushels and Barrels, children’s camps and other events, and so much more! All gifts and talents are welcomed and put to good use. Contact us today for more information.