Volunteers are at the heart of the Trustees – communities of individuals, organizations and companies committed to preserving and protecting the places we love for all to enjoy. Volunteerism has been a cornerstone of the Trustees’ since 1891 in conserving land for people and continues to play a role in shaping its future.
To be a best-in-class volunteer program that cultivates communities of diverse volunteers to support the Trustees’ mission and vision.
As a volunteer, you are a representative of The Trustees and will likely have opportunities to explain who we are and what we do. Here are some words that will help you do that.
In 70 words
We are a diverse community of people who want to protect the places we love or simply like to be outdoors. Together with our neighbors we preserve the distinct character of our community and inspire a commitment to special places across the commonwealth. Our passion is to share with everyone the irreplaceable landscapes and landmarks that we care for – as we know how valuable they are to our everyday life.
In 36 words
Together with our neighbors, we protect the distinct character of our communities and inspire a commitment to our special places. Our passion is to share with everyone the irreplaceable natural and cultural treasures we care for.
In 23 words
We are a diverse community of people like you who want to protect the places we love, or simply like to be outdoors.
In 7 words
We save the irreplaceable, for everyone, forever.