Is preserving your heritage your passion?
Volunteer participation within the Utah Heritage Foundation is a strong and vital tradition. Volunteers provide an important link to our community and assist in fostering greater awareness of our historic architectural environment. Volunteers expand their knowledge of architecture and learn more about the benefits of renovation and restoration of our historic landmarks in addition to developing new friendships. We provide educational training for all volunteer opportunities.
We offer six to seven education programs throughout the year which usually take place at Memorial House. Past programs include Special Collections from the University of Utah’s Marriott Library; Utah’s architectural folklore; Utah Gold Star Mothers; history of Utah Woolen Mills; a tour of Sugarhouse landmark buildings in jeopardy; and a tour of the Salt Lake County Art Collection.
The Utah Heritage Foundation Volunteer Guild is made up of volunteers who are members of the Utah Heritage Foundation. The Guild is led by a Board of Directors that is composed of veteran Guild members. The Guild Board President and Vice-President hold ex-officio positions on the UHF Board of Trustees. The Guild sets the agenda and policies, and coordinates education and training for the UHF Volunteer Program.