Volunteers Needed for SITE CLEAN-UP DAY
Saturday, APRIL 17, 9 AM-12 PM
On Saturday, April 17, 2021, the Alice Paul Institute at Paulsdale in Mt. Laurel will host a site clean-up day. The day is a part of spring maintenance for the site so grounds remain enjoyable for visitors during the spring and summer months. The 6.5 acres of land are home to Paulsdale, a National Historic Landmark and the childhood home of Alice Stokes Paul. Today, API honors Alice’s legacy by maintaining the site, offering heritage and girls’ leadership development, and advocating for the passage of the Equal Rights Amendment.
Interested in volunteering? Sign up below!
For those interested in volunteering, please note the following:
- The day will involve light, medium, and some heavy manual labor, to be assigned based on ability.
- The terrain at Paulsdale is predominantly grassy with some areas being more uneven than others, with a gravel driveway.
- There is a first floor bathroom that meets accessibility standards.
- It is recommended that those volunteering wear long pants and closed-toe shoes. If you have access to gardening or work gloves, please bring them with you. There will be some on-site for necessary jobs, but quantities will be limited.
- We ask that all volunteers wear masks and adhere to social distancing guidelines per CDC recommendations.
- If you need a letter regarding your volunteer hours, one can be provided.
- Please note that you do not need to show up at exactly 9 AM to participate, but if all work is completed early, we will wrap up for the day.