Nearly 15 million visitors enjoy the scenic journey of the Blue Ridge Parkway each year. With stagnant and declining funding from the government, the Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation’s support has become essential to preserve and protect the historical, cultural, and natural resources found along the 469-mile route. From maintenance and facility improvement projects to protecting threatened species, we work closely with the Parkway staff to enhance visitor experiences. Philanthropic and volunteer efforts are vital to support this national park unit. There are many ways you can help, including giving your time. The Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation Volunteer Corps needs you!
Volunteer CorpS Opportunities
Dates and times for Events will be announced later:
Johnson Farm Clean up - Peaks of Otter MP 86
Blue Ridge Music Center Pre Season Clean up MP 213
Bluffs Restaurant Clean up MP 241
Event in Pisgah District - TBD
If you have any interest in any of these events please contact Audrey Pearson at the link below or call (866) 308-2773 ext 19.
Community Outreach Volunteer:
We are looking for volunteers to help spread the word about the Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation at local events and festivals. Training will be provided.
Already a Volunteer?
Be sure to record your volunteer hours with this form. Thank you for all you do to enhance the Parkway!
The Volunteers-In-Parks (VIP) program works directly with the National Park Service to preserve the cultural heritage, history, and natural resources of the Parkway through the support of education, interpretation, and resource protection activities. The VIP program helps Parkway staff accomplish more than the NPS could through staff. Volunteers are involved in virtually every aspect of park operations.