Morven’s volunteer corps is critical to our success. Our volunteers collectively contribute hundreds of service hours annually. It is a great way to learn more about Morven and the history of New Jersey while meeting new people and caring for a National Historic Landmark. Current volunteer opportunities include:
Morven is always looking for enthusiastic, outgoing individuals to volunteer as docents/guides.
Docents are trained by Morven’s Curator of Collections to conduct tours for visitors that promote a deeper understanding of the role Morven played in American and New Jersey history.
The museum is open for tours Wednesday through Sunday. The minimum commitment is two four-hour shifts per month.
Garden volunteers work alongside Morven’s horticulturists tending the historic grounds.
Volunteers help with the annual heirloom plant sale by arranging and pricing plants and helping shoppers choose the perfect plants for their garden.
Office work and Special Events
Volunteers lend a helping hand to Morven’s staff for events, setting up before and assisting guests during events such as Morven in May, Fourth of July Jubilee, and the Festival of Trees in December.
Volunteers assist in a variety of behind the scenes work, including mailings and office tasks.
If you have a special talent, let us know! Volunteers have helped Morven’s efforts in a variety of ways, including proof-reading, computer editing and design, woodworking, and more.
Volunteers enjoy a flexible schedule and are welcome any day of the week.