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Farm Friends Day - Fix it up, sort it out

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Welcome to our Farm Friends Day.

A time to invest and build community to help renew the Safe to Hope property in the areas of the greenhouse and property maintenance for the furtherance of the Safe to Hope Mission: Awareness and Assistance for Child Sexual Abuse survivors.

The intent is to prepare the property for growth, both agriculturally as well as for a safe place and future facilities and to be good stewards of what is existing while preparing for fundraising to be accomplished.

Also, there will be a free class at 10 AM, good time for a break!

All activities are performed at your own risk as this is considered an agritourism activity and you assume any liability by coming and remaining on the property.

The Main Mission - Cleaning out the warehouse and cleaning up the greenhouse.

The mission includes:

  • cleaning out the greenhouse and barns to prepare for planting.
  • Collecting trash,
  • trimming trees (you provide your own equipment),
  • Mowing

Please bring your own equipment as you can or want to participate:

  • Loppers
  • Pole saw
  • Push mower
  • Riding mower
  • Wheelbarrow
  • Basic tools: hammer, drill
  • Glass Cleaner/Paper towels
  • String trimmer (gas)

In consideration of safety (all will be outdoors):
  • NIOSH approved respirator if you have allergies
  • Gloves
  • Eye Protection
  • shoes with covered toes
  • Water/electrolytes
  • Hat
  • Insect repellent (chiggers/ticks, mosquitoes, etc.)

If you wish to donate supplies to the cleanup:
  • Case of water
  • Heavy duty trash bags
  • Bag of potting soil

Extra mile help:
  • Bring boxes for some leftover chemicals to take to Putnam landfill and drop off
  • Go by the Putnam north landfill and pick up a load of wood chips to drop off

Join Safe to Hope at Facebook and Instagram and go to the webpage at to learn of more opportunities and stay up to date with future events.

Acknowledgement of Volunteers:

I acknowledge that I am volunteering on my own accord and have been given a copy of or read the agritourism disclaimer as outlined in the Florida Statutes (570.89), and that remaining on the property, I accept all risk and liability to my person, property, and any individuals under my jurisdiction.

I understand I am committing to service and labor at Safe to Hope/Autumberry Farm in an unpaid position on a volunteer basis only.

I understand that if I am found to be charge/guilty of any violent/sexual crime or engage in any conduct that violates Safe to Hope bylaws and/or philosophy and mission that I will not be allowed to volunteer. I further understand that if I am found to be mistreating animals, people, land, or property on/of Safe to Hope that I will asked to leave the premises and will be unable to volunteer further.

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PO BOX 58, SATSUMA, FL 32189, US

Mission Statement

Facilitating Awareness and Assistance to Adults who are survivors of Child Sex Abuse (CSA) through Biblical Hope and Healing via outreach and education of church and community leaders and facilitating assistance to CSA Victims through awareness and by providing a wholesome, safe environment to begin and continue healing. #leavenowoundedbehind #awholesomewayforward


Child Sexual Abuse (CSA) affects 1 in 4 girls and 1 in 6 boys before age 18, an epidemic of false guilt and shame!

Awareness and assistance, defining the reality of CSA for victims and their communities to start & sustain hope and healing.

Bridge the gap between reporting and recovery, between hopelessness and healing with hope and funding for materials, counseling, workshops, and retreats

Connect communities, churches, and caretakers to support wholesome places for awareness and prevention of CSA.


Crisis Support
Community, Crisis Support, Women


Sat Jul 02, 2022
09:00 AM - 01:00 PM


220 North 1st StreetSatsuma, FL 32189



  • Landscaping
  • Construction
  • Home Repair
  • CSR / Volunteer Coordination
  • Community Outreach
  • Carpentry


  • Kids
  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group


  • Orientation or Training
  • Check in at 8:55 - Orientation for Safety and Task Distribution. Or check in for instructions when you arrive.
  • Any children must be with their parent. Must not be a sexual predator or sexual offender

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