Interested in volunteering?

The New Hampshire Boat Museum encourages community involvement and needs the support of volunteers donating their time, expertise, enthusiasm and energy. Since our inception, volunteers have been vital to our success. Every year almost 200 NHBM volunteers contribute thousands of hours to develop and implement our many events and programs.  There are many different areas within the museum that you can volunteer.  See the below list for areas where volunteers are needed and please let us know if you are interested in one or more areas.  If you are interested in volunteering, please complete the below form, email museum@nhbm.org, or call 603-569-4554 and leave your contact information so we can reach out to you.  Thank you for your interest in volunteering at the New Hampshire Boat Museum!  


New Hampshire Boat Museum Volunteer Form

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Help us organize this late April dinner and auction.  A fun, short-term commitment with a few meetings from February-April.  Current Chair is Lisa Simpson Lutts.  

Another short-term commitment with a few meetings from March-early June to help organize this early June party to celebrate the opening of the museum. Current Chair is Lisa Simpson Lutts. 

Need volunteers interested in planning and implementing this event held on the first Saturday in August.  We need help on the rules committee, course committee, starter committee, race observers, awards persons, and refreshments committee.  Chair is Joe DeChairo.  

Like kids?  Assist with day camp during the third week of July with fun hands-on projects.  You can commit for a day or the week.  Chairs are Lisa Simpson Lutts and Jamie Laurent.  

Write articles for the Boathouse News, Program & Events Guide, or biennially the Wolfeboro Race Boat Regatta Program.  Chair is Jeannie Lewis.  

Assist with cleaning and repairs around the Museum grounds, especially at beginning of season in early May.  Chair is Bob O'Brien.  

Rescue and return to the dock any model yachts that need assistance and help to identify any infractions of rules at the Tuesday and Thursday Back Bay Regattas.  Needed from 1-4pm (May – October).  This position requires a boat, motorboat, rowboat, canoe, or kayak; we also recommend bringing safety vest, hat, water bottle, and boat hook.  Chair is Mark Whitehead.    

Love a good party?  We could always use help planning, setting up, and cleaning up our numerous parties and/or receptions throughout the summer.  Chair Lisa Simpson Lutts.

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