Thursday, March 30, 2017

SPONSORED POST - Volunteer At Roosevelt Island's FDR Four Freedoms Park - Learn More About FDR Park From CB 8 Speaks Interview With Four Freedoms Park Conservancy Board Vice Chair Sally Minard

According to the FDR Four Freedoms Park:


Our volunteers are an essential part of the Park, helping us to educate the public about FDR, architecture, and the four freedoms. There are many opportunities for Park volunteers, including welcoming visitors, leading tours, implementing public programs and events, assisting the horticultural staff with Park maintenance, photography, office responsibilities, promoting and protecting the memorial and much more!

You’ll get the chance to meet some friendly people, learn more about Franklin D. Roosevelt and Louis Kahn, and provide support for our ever-growing programs. We ask that volunteers commit to a minimum of 4 hours per month between May and October.

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please complete and submit the form below. Volunteers fluent in languages other than English are especially encouraged to apply.
Click here to sign up as a FDR Four Freedoms Park volunteer.

More information about the FDR Four Freedoms Park available at their web site and this recent Community Board 8 Speaks interview with Four Freedoms Park Conservancy Board of Directors Vice Chairperson Sally Minard.