Who We Are
HistoriCorps is a national initiative that works through partnerships to mobilize volunteers to save and sustain our nation’s special places while providing educational and outdoor experiences. We are based in the Rocky Mountain region but coordinate and instruct projects throughout the United States. At the heart of the HistoriCorps program model is the engagement of a broad and diverse cadre of partners and volunteers. By working with constituents, partners and volunteers, HistoriCorps is implementing meaningful solutions that save special places for many generations to come. These critical partnerships will enable HistoriCorps to fundamentally change the way in which America saves and sustains its cultural and historic heritage.
As a cooperating partner, we assess, recommend treatments, provide cost analyses, and, if approved, negotiate the terms for an agreement to execute the work. We arrive with the vehicles, tools, equipment, professional expertise and supervision, and volunteer staff to undertake and complete the work. We feed and care for our volunteers, camp at or near the project site, and provide all the administration and oversight, including documentation and reporting, to complete our projects successfully and to our partners’ expectations and satisfaction.
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Contact Towny Anderson, Executive Director: firstname.lastname@example.org, (303) 893-4260 x 235.