Five Freedoms Farm
Looking for a way to volunteer with farm animals? We are looking for a volunteer to come each week Mon/Wed/Fri to help at our rescue barn. You get to hang out with 3 mini horses, 3 goats, and 2 potbellied pigs while you clean! Tasks include picking stalls, cleaning and filling water buckets, filling hay bags, and occasionally moving supplies. There are 3 stalls that need daily cleaning and 2 that only need weekly cleaning. Takes about an hour. You can come any time of day that works for you. Must be at least 18 yrs old. If you have been looking for a way to contribute to a nonprofit and you have a love for animals, this could be your opportunity!
If you can't commit to M/W/F but can offer help on some on those days on some weeks, let us know! Since this is a solo job done outdoors, this is a COVID safe opportunity.
We are Five Freedoms Farm, a nonprofit animal rescue org: www.fivefreedomsfarm.org
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Five Freedoms Farm
PO Box 303, Loganville, GA 30052, US
to care for animals in need in a place that strengthens the Deaf community through its exploration of DeafSpace, entrepreneurship, art, community building, leadership, research and education.
We are in the process of expanding our dog rescue work into something much larger over the next several years! Five Freedoms Farm, also known as F3, is an ambitious endeavor that keeps animal rescue at the center of what we do and further incorporates community development, social entrepreneurship, environmental sustainability, and service learning. What sets us apart from other sanctuaries is that we are partnering with the Deaf community for the farm's creation, implementation, and operation. Why the Deaf community? We are both sign language interpreters: Nancy was raised by Deaf parents and is a native signer; Jessie has been a part of the community both professionally and personally since 1995. We both feel humbled by our connection to this beautiful and vibrant community. We want to celebrate Deaf-World and use our farm to show the broader community that being Deaf is not a deficit, but a unique and valuable way of living in the world. Our animal sanctuary will save the lives of animals in need while simultaneously increasing the cultural wealth of the Deaf community. We aim to become a vehicle that propels the passions of young Deaf animal-lovers, scholars, entrepreneurs, educators, leaders, and change-makers ... all by way of activities and programs around animal rescue, care, and adoption.