Volunteers play a critical role in fulfilling the Food Literacy Project’s mission. Volunteering is a fun and rewarding experience, and a wide range of volunteer opportunities are available.
Farm Visit Volunteers: We need volunteers to support and help lead educational activities with students on the farm. These can include:
Field-to-Fork Club Leader: Through leading after-school activities, you can help connect youth with fresh food and their own power to make healthy eating a part of their family and community. You would lead an after-school Field-to-Fork Club at a local elementary school. This involves planning and carrying out garden-related and cooking activities with participants.
Community Outreach Volunteers:
Special Project Volunteer: We need volunteers with special skills that can be put to use to further our mission and enhance our work. Projects will be determined on an individual, as needed basis. These can include:
Time commitment is flexible and will be determined by the project.
Questions? Email our volunteer coordinator, Nicole Funk at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call our offices at (502) 491-0072.