Opportunities for people of all ages to get involved!
The Frederick County Landmarks Foundation is a volunteer driven organization. Volunteers are the heart and soul of the Foundation!
If you care about historic preservation, educating the community about our historic heritage, and building awareness and appreciation for the unique architectural culture of this area, please consider giving the gift of your time and expertise.
We welcome volunteers of all ages and backgrounds who wish to help with preserving the past to benefit the future of Frederick County.
Larger groups please call the FCLF Office.
High school students can
gain volunteer hours.
We are always looking for museum guides
of all ages and backgrounds.
Our Barnstormers Committee meets to plan the next event.
Volunteers help keep Oktoberfest running!
Here are a few things we need help with. If you have experience and talents in other areas which you would like to share, please let us know!
Tour guide at Schifferstadt
Database / computer assistant
Research assistant internship / service learning opportunity
Heritage Garden worker
Photographer, graphic artist
Event planners and volunteers
Membership / mailings / office assistance
We welcome volunteers for the standing committees created by the FCLF Board and ad hoc committees:
Schifferstadt Architectural Museum Committee
This committee oversees the operation and maintenance of the Schifferstadt Architectural Museum, including the building and associated grounds, as well as activities conducted on the premises.
Beatty-Cramer Architectural Museum Committee
This committee oversees the operation and maintenance of the Beatty-Cramer House, including the building and associated grounds, as well as activities conducted on the premises.
This committee seeks funds for the Foundation’s projects. It also helps initiate events.
This committee encourages membership in the Foundation and is responsible for conducting the annual membership drive, maintaining up-to-date membership records, providing information to new members, and providing membership records to other Foundation committees and the Board of Directors.
The Treasurer chairs this committee which advises the Board on the Foundation’s financial matters and coordinates the budget submissions of the other committees and activities of the Foundation.
This Committee provides recognition and identification of worthy architectural structures in order to encourage restoration and/or preservation. Recognition and identification is accomplished by the awarding of plaques and by maintaining a registry of such structures.
Please let us know how you would like to volunteer, or if you would like more information: