Volunteer at our Farm Stand
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Every volunteer position at the Revision Urban Farm is a vital role and helps with our mission.
Volunteers keep Victory Programs’ ReVision Urban Farm going strong!
The farm stand operates on Wednesdays from June to October from 1:30pm - 6pm.
We are currently looking for volunteers who can commit to at least 4 weeks commitment or more.
We move produce and anything else needed for the day over to our farm stand on Blue Hill Avenue.
- Set up
To prepare for the day, we put up the tables, organize the produce, set up the cash box, and hang signs and balloons. We also clean up any trash accumulated on the site.
Volunteers let people passing by know about the farm stand, pass out coupons, and help sell to customers.
- Clean up
Everything we set up at the beginning, must be put away at the end.
If you are interested in volunteering, please coordinate with us by emailing email@example.com, or by calling 617-236-1012 x 227.
(This volunteer opportunity is for individuals; both groups and individuals can help us significantly by volunteering on the farm itself. Thank you!)
Through the ReVision Urban Farm, Victory Programs’ goal is to make a significant impact on the surrounding community by helping to close the gap on health disparities. The Urban Farm and our Farm Stand makes healthy, affordable food options readily accessible to this community as well as others through our CSA programs. Through the City of Boston’s Bounty Bucks program our produce is also made available at very affordable prices. Join us and be a part of the growing local food and urban agriculture movement!
About Victory Program's ReVision Urban Farm
38 Fabyan St., Dorchester, MA 02124, US
Located in the heart of the Dorchester neighborhood of Boston, the mission of the ReVision Urban Farm is to provide fresh, affordable, locally grown produce to families in the city with limited incomes and transportation access, as well as neighbors living in the area. The unique connection between Victory's Revision Urban Farm and the ReVision Family Home has created a dynamic and innovative approach to ending homelessness.
Through the ReVision Urban Farm, Victory Programs' goal is to make a significant impact on the surrounding community by helping to close the gap on health disparities. The Urban Farm and our Farm Stand makes healthy, affordable food options readily accessible to this community as well as others through our CSA programs. Through the City of Boston's Bounty Bucks program our produce is also made available at very affordable prices.
During the growing season, the Urban Farm distributes enough food to provide more than 1,200 people with their recommended five servings of fresh vegetables and fruit daily. Last season, the farm grew 7,500 lbs. of produce, donated 3,600 lbs. to local shelters, and collaborated with other farmers to sell more than 10 tons of produce to hundreds of urban customers.
- Victory Programs' ReVision Urban Farm relies on the support and commitment of volunteers to help feed the families residing at ReVision Family Home and to aid in nutritious eating for residents in Dorchester. The majority of volunteers work on our farm, but opportunities can be created to fit your desires and strengths. Nutritional counseling and workshops, fundraising, and carpentry are just a few of the volunteer opportunities that can be found at Victory Programs' ReVision Family Home/ReVision Urban Farm.
- Ongoing Volunteer opportunities are available during the spring, summer, and fall months at the Urban Farm. Join us and be a part of the growing local food and urban agriculture movement! Individual volunteers are welcome to come Tuesday-Friday 9am-12pm or 1pm-3:30pm: Please contact us to schedule and confirm! We ask that individuals commit to a minimum of a 2 hour shift but longer visits are encouraged. We encourage individual volunteers to consider coming regularly. Groups of 20 or fewer members are heartily welcomed as well. Volunteers must be 12 years old unless accompanied by an adult.You will volunteer at one of our urban lots. Volunteer tasks will vary with the season. For instance, in early spring we prepare the beds to be planted. During this time, cover crop is tilled into the soul and the beds are turned, composted, and planted. Another priority during this time is seeding in the greenhouse. During the summer and early fall, we cultivate our crops and harvest produce, for distribution or sale. During the late fall, we prepare the farm for the winter
1062 Blue Hill AveDorchester, MA 02124
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- 4 weeks or more