Our Volunteers are the Best!
Volunteerism is the backbone of our organization and our event. The dedication and time put in by our volunteers enables us to continue our international event and to help our charity partners! If you are a driven individual who has a passion for Pittsburgh, cars, or charity and enjoys working as part of a team, the Grand Prix is the perfect place for you!
If you’re familiar with the history of the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix, you already know that several hundred volunteers were responsible for the formation and existence of the PVGP. Four decades later, there are more than 1,200 volunteers – an army focused on the improvement of this event, in order to support the PVGP charities.
New Volunteer Sign-Up
There are many ways to get involved as a new PVGP volunteer. You can volunteer for a half-day during our event, all the way up to serving on our year-round Operating Committee. See Details on roles on both show-side and race-side as well as our parties and parades. Please complete the below form and someone will be in touch soon. Please email Sarah Edinger if you would like to learn more.
New Volunteer Form – fields marked * are required. Please fill out individually – one form per person.
A PVGP volunteer representative will reach out to within 5 days. Thank you for your interest.
The execution of Race Weekend and Race Week activities requires such tremendous organization and coordination many of us spend the other 51 weeks of the year pulling it all together. This event involves everything from snow fence to concrete barriers and hay bales, publicity, artwork, security, tents, merchandise, food, deliveries,… it is endless!
Each year, the PVGP and its related events continue to grow in quality, size, and popularity and is now the nation’s largest vintage race event. The PVGP continues to succeed because of the time, effort and talent of our volunteers.
Schenley Park Show Side Volunteer Registration Location
The PVGP Volunteer Registration location is now on the front porch of the beautiful new Schenley Park Golf Course Clubhouse at the top of Schenley Drive. All volunteers involved with Car Shows, General Security, and Patron Parking, etc. need to register there to receive their T-shirt and Pin. Media will also register in the clubhouse. The clubhouse is not open to the public – just PVGP personnel and media.