We need your help. Join the many volunteers who are assisting with special genealogical projects and planning outreach events.
Volunteers are vital to our continued success. Many volunteers work from home using their own computers. For those in the Madison area, there are opportunities to work in all aspects of NAGC & NL operations.
We are happy to assist you in finding an area that complements your individual interests and talents. Without volunteers much of what we do would be impossible to achieve.
Consider joining us in this worthy effort…and have fun in the process!
Volunteers help organize special events that benefit the NAGC & NL’s mission and build its membership. Madison-area volunteers work together to produce an annual event that has achieved great success, the Madison Friends’ Dinner.
In coming years, NAGC & NL will be organizing, with volunteer help, similar events around the country.
Contact us to help plan an event in your area.
By becoming a member, you not only gain benefits for your family history research, you also support a worthy cause.
Your annual membership helps you, your family, and a wide community discover their roots and preserve a treasured heritage.
NAGC & NL relies upon donations of all types from its members and friends throughout the world.
All gifts, whether large or small, are essential to the work of the Center, an important non-profit organization of international scope that is dedicated to preserving Norwegian-American history and heritage.
“Thank you very much for the photos! I, and the rest of the group, loved to be at the Naeseth Library. Wish we could have more time for searching in your archives. I returned to Norway in the afternoon yesterday. The rest of our trip was enjoyable too, and I think the moments I will remember forever is our visit to the Library, my meeting with Kelvin, the concert on the Capitol Square in Madison, Nordic Fest in Decorah and when we met Ph. D. Odd Lovoll at St. Olaf College in Northfield. Thank you for a very interesting visit at Naeseth Library.”
- Oddny (Norway)