Help honor our comrades in arms laid to rest.
As a volunteer organization, the Guardians of the National Cemetery has a broad array of volunteer opportunities for individuals who want to make a commitment and get involved in our programs.
Individuals who wish to serve on the Ceremonial Rifle Squad with the Washington Crossing Honor Guard are required to be honorably discharged veterans of the U.S. Military Services.
All other opportunities listed here are available to non-veterans.
Washington Crossing Honor Guard Detail
Military Funeral Honors at every veteran interment, providing a supplementary Ceremonial Rifle Squad salute at each veteran’s interment service to enhance the Military Funeral Honors provided by the Military Services. Only Honorably discharged veterans serve with the Rifle Squad; however, support functions, such as Bugler, Driver, etc, can be non-veterans.
Volunteer Services at the Cemetery to beautify the grounds through aesthetic horticulture and amenities placement.
Avenue of Flags
Comprised of the U.S. Flags donated by the families of veterans who received the Burial Flag at the funeral service for their loved one.
Memorial Day and Veterans Day Observance
Parade and Military Honors rendered.
Public Awareness Program
Community outreach programs to raise awareness of the Cemetery Mission and the history of veterans and the Military Services.
Servicing nearby Revolutionary War Gravesites
Development and Staffing
Headquarters and Museum Building Complex.
Fund Raising Programs
Raise funds for Guardians of the National Cemetery programs, such as scholarships.
Periodic Social Events
Receptions, dinners, etc.
Family Escort Service
Provide escorts for families, when requested.
Education Programsinvolving schools and the general public
Involving schools and the general public.
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