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Be Involved at Glanmore!

Friends of GlanmoreMembers of the Friends of Glanmore represent the museum at community events,.

The Friends of Glanmore support the mandate of Glanmore National Historic Site: to preserve and present to the public the heritage character of the site and its contents.
An incorporated group of volunteers, the Friends assist with reception, education programs, special events, guiding, research and other museum functions. They are a registered charity and provide financial support to the museum through a variety of fundraising endeavours.
The Friends of Glanmore hold a monthly business meeting,  from September to June,  featuring a guest speaker on topics of interest.
In 2003, the Friends of Glanmore published a richly illustrated book detailing Glanmore’s history and collections. Funds raised through the sale of this book are used to support Friends of Glanmore projects.
You are Invited…To Volunteer at Glanmore!
Glanmore National Historic Site offers a wide array of meaningful volunteer opportunities.
Members of the Friends of Glanmore at the Annual Plant and Bake Sale

Volunteers at Plant Sale

Try Carefree Teaching – we plan/you facilitate museum education programs for elementary schools.
Use your Skills – work as a museum tour guide, volunteer in collections, greet visitors, staff the gift shop/front desk.
Keep Learning – enjoy regular speakers on Victorian life, local history topics and volunteer development activities.
Enjoy – a welcoming group, social and recognition events.
Make a difference – organize events to raise funds for restoration projects at Glanmore.
If you are interested in joining the Friends of Glanmore and volunteering at the museum please fill out a volunteer application form and drop it off at the museum desk anytime during museum hours or by email to Melissa Wakeling, Education and Marketing Coordinator at mwakeling@city.belleville.on.ca
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Volunteer Resource Site

A resource site with tools and information for volunteers of Glanmore National Historic Site