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Philly Goat Project is looking for Event Help

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ORGANIZATION: Philly Goat Project Inc.

  • 39 people are interested

We are looking for friendly and welcoming folx who can introduce the goats to visitors and at events. Our events are generally during the day at Awbury but can be any where around the city. We go to places like libraries, colleges, and schools. If you are a bit of a teacher, a bit of a performer, a bit of a of a nurturer and all around friendly and welcoming we would love to have you work with us! Most opportunities are in the mornings, afternoons and on weekends-if you are available any of those times and want to work with the cutest goats ever-check us out!!

if interested, please fill out the volunteer interest firm at www.phillygoatproject.org


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About Philly Goat Project Inc.


6336 Ardleigh Street, Philadelphia, PA 19138, US

Mission Statement

The Philly Goat Project brings engaging, educational, and accessible opportunities to people throughout the Philadelphia region. Philly Goat Project provides education, therapy, job training, wellness, and community engagement activities in partnership with the dynamic and delightful capacities of goats.


Philly Goat Project (PGP) started in 2018 and is located at the Farm at Awbury Arboretum. PGP was started by Karen Krivit, a community focused social worker and her daughter, Lily Sage a funeral director specializing in environmental justice. PGP has detailed information on their Volunteer tab on their website about expectations and roles. PGP provides many free community based programs on a regular basis where their small herd of well trained goats are the catalyst for activities such as walks in parks, reading at libraries, animal assisted therapy and a community teen job training program. More information about activities can be found on the PGP website.


Children & Youth
Animals, Children & Youth, Community


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Multiple locations Philadelphia, PA 19138



  • Environmental Education
  • Farming
  • Animal Care / Handling
  • Animal Therapy
  • Child Development
  • Storytelling




  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • Usually about 3 hours every other week or 2 hours every week
  • Must be able to do farm work and handle animals that can weigh up to 190 pounds.

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