Join Us as a Member

Membership has its privileges:

  • MBT Member Decal
  • 15% discount at the Park Bookstore & Gift Shop
  • Invitations to Member-only events
  • Tours led by noted historians
  • E-newsletters
  • Opportunity to purchase collectible Trust merchandise
  • Your membership is tax deductible
  • Leadership members enjoy additional benefits while making a significant impact on historic preservation

Read more HERE

 

Become a Business Sponsor

To Inspire & Lead the Community in Historic Preservation

Recognition for your business – Educational opportunities for your employees

Learn more about Sponsorship HERE

 

Attend an Event – Live in History

To learn more about our events and to register click HERE

We’re all in this together

Manassas National Battlefield Trust is committed to helping preserve our nations history, recognizing those who fought to preserve our freedom, while protecting our natural resources. Join us in building a better world by joining our community, sharing our progress, and learning about the many ways you can be part of our work.

Volunteer Opportunities

There are many ways you can help at the Manassas Battlefield Trust or Manassas National Battlefield park , from one-time to reoccurring volunteer opportunities for youth, families, groups and individuals. To learn more about volunteering with the National Park Service and to get started, use our Contact page, visit Volunteer.gov, or Find a Park.

Student Conservation Association

Another opportunity sometimes arrives here through the The SCA, Student Conservation Association is America’s largest national resource conservation organization. SCA provides volunteers of all backgrounds and educational levels with meaningful conservation service internships and volunteer opportunities in our National Parks, National Forests, and other public lands. This unique experience instills an ethic of conservation and inspires lifelong stewardship that benefits our members, our society, and our environment.

To learn more, visit the Student Conservation Association’s Website, or call (603) 543-1700.