Daly Mansion Volunteers
Volunteering at the Daly Mansion is perfect for history lovers, anyone interested in meeting people from all around the world or making new friends within the community.

Volunteers learn the rich history of the Daly family, their home and their influence in the State of Montana while having fun in a beautiful, relaxed atmosphere. As a matter of fact, fun is mandatory.
Volunteers support every aspect of the operations of the Daly Mansion from history education to planting flowers on the grounds. Volunteers are the life blood of the Mansion!
Here are some of the Volunteer opportunities at the Mansion:

                                        Volunteer Tour Guide Training

We will be holding our next Tour Guide training sometime in the spring  The 6 two-hour classes are given at the Mansion by Volunteer Coordinator Darlene Gould. 

Trainees will learn how to guide visitors through the beautiful home and share the history of the mansion, the Daly Estate, and the Daly family. 

If you are interested in becoming a tour guide, please call Darlene at (406) 363-6004, extension 4# for dates and times. 

To find out more about Volunteer opportunities at the Daly Mansion please contact the Volunteer Coordinator at

(406) 363-6004 Ext. 4# or
email: darlene.gould@dalymansion.org
Contact Information

    Daly Mansion
    PO Box 223
    Hamilton, MT 59840
    Phone: (406) 363-6004
    Fax: (406) 375-0048
For more information call: 406-363-6004 ext. 2#
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The Mansion is a state-owned property managed by the
Daly Mansion Preservation Trust in partnership with
The University of Montana. The Mansion is ADA-compliant.

The DMPT is a 501C3 organization
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Without our wonderful volunteers, the Daly Mansion could not function.  Volunteers are key in helping us raise funds to both preserve the Mansion and also to make it available to the public.
Guiding tours not your thing?  Like to garden, help out at events, do research, harvest sap for maple syrup, help out in the kitchen, or work in the gift shop?  Call Darlene to talk about joining our great group of volunteers.
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