Volunteer restoring habitat at Tennessee Valley

Parks Powered By Volunteers


The Golden Gate National Parks Volunteer Program is a cooperative parkwide effort of the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, the National Park Service, and the Presidio Trust.


COVID-19 Response: Latest on Volunteer Programs

The Parks Conservancy, along with our partners at NPS and the Presidio Trust, are working to redesign programs to incorporate COVID safety. We will slowly resume coordinating volunteer activities when protocols are set.

In the meantime, we encourage you to keep an eye on our website for announcements. You can also follow us on our social channels like Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter, or sign up for email updates here.

We sincerely look forward to the day when we can gather and care for our parks together again. Please reach out to volunteer@parksconservancy.org with questions or concerns.

It's fun. It's healthy. It makes a difference. And it's easy to get started! We have a variety of options to choose from - for individuals and groups, and many that do not require experience or commitment. We will provide all the training, tools, and leadership.

With 80,000 acres of park land, we need your help as we work towards our vision of Parks For All Forever.

Removing ice plant at Fort Miley
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Weekly Volunteer Programs

Lend a Hand in Your Parks

Restoration Interns Pausing For A Pose
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Park Academy Dune Ecology hike at Baker Beach
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Park Academy

Volunteers Helping out at Fort Point
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Corporate Volunteering

Volunteers line up at Baker Beach
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Group Volunteer Projects

Volunteer Projects and Activities

Find the right fit for you—check out the variety of service projects and programs in the parks

Your parks need you now more than ever

Your support helps ensure these places will be here in the future—please give now.

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