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Volunteer at Hodges Family Farm
Before applying as a volunteer at The Hodges Family Farm, please be aware that farming activities are labor intensive and dirty! Applicants are expected to be able to lift a minimum of 20 pounds easily, be able to stand, walk and be active for at least 2 hours at a time, and be willing to get mud (and manure) on your boots! If you do not meet these criteria then please notify us in advance so that we can try to work with you for an enjoyable experience.
Volunteer opportunities are open to applicants who wish to benefit from either Physical, educational, or social experiences.
In making its determination of farm volunteers, the Farm may consider not only the applicant’s physical capabilities for farm work and chores, but also the applicant’s character and personality. Applicants are considered for admission without regard to their race, color, religion, sex, disability, ethnicity, marital status, genetic information, sexual orientation, national origin or veteran’s status. The Farm reserves the right to refuse any applicant if the Farm, in its sole discretion, determined that the applicant does not have the ability to benefit from the experience; or that it is in the best interest of the Farm or the applicant to do so.
The Farm reserves the right to deny former volunteers who did not benefit from the experience or who put themselves, others, or animals in danger or discomfort. The Farm also reserves the right to deny former volunteers if they did not follow farm rules or the direction of Farm employees.
What is your name?
What is your phone number? Cell or home?
Are you interesting in Event Volunteering, General Volunteering, or both?
Sign me up for both!
What is your date of birth?
Due to safety concerns, applicants under 16 will not be considered for general volunteer opportunities except under special circumstances.
Briefly describe your interest in volunteering on The Farm. What do you wish to gain from your experience? Are you willing to get "a little mud" on your boots?
Do you have any particular skills, education, or training that you feel would be a benefit to our farm?
Do you hold a Driver's License that is valid in the USA?
Do you have any concerns about being able to complete physically demanding farm chores and tasks? If so, select other and please describe your concerns
Please read carefully and confirm your agreement to the following: 1. I understand that nothing contained in this application or conveyed in any interview is intended to create an employment contract between me The Hodges Family Farm. 2. I understand that this is an unpaid volunteer position. 3. I certify that the answers given by me are true and correct to the best of my knowledge.
I have read and understood the statements above
I deny the statements above
For some volunteering events we provide lunch for all volunteers. Do you have any special dietary concerns? (vegetarianism, veganism, food allergies etc.)
Do you have any allergies to insects bites/stings, animals, plants, etc.?
Do you have any dietary restrictions? We provide snacks and lunch for volunteers. You are welcome to bring your own food, too!
Is there anything else that you think we should know about your desire to volunteer on the farm?
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