Philly Farm Crew Group Request
Have a volunteer group inquiry for Philly Farm Crew? Please fill out this form and we will contact you.

Please note this is our group volunteer REQUEST form — submitting this form DOES NOT guarantee the group a spot. Philly Farm Crew is primarily geared toward adults and college students. Occasionally we can accommodate older high school students.

If you have any questions please email alex@jewishfarmschool.org.

CONTACT INFORMATION
What is the name of the group or organization? *
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What is your name? *
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What is your email address? *
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What is your phone number? *
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How did you hear about Philly Farm Crew? *
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PREFERRED DATE & TIME
On what date(s) would the group like to volunteer? *
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What time is the group available to volunteer? *
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GROUP CHARACTERISTICS
Philly Farm Crew works with college students and adults, and occasionally older teens. We handle groups of teens on a case-by-case basis.
What is the size of the group? *
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Do you have a budget to cover staff time or materials? If so, what is your budget? *
When groups have a budget, this allows us to provide more staff support and for the host farms to purchases needed materials.
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What is the age group of the participants? *
At Philly Farm Crew we prioritize groups where participants are choosing to take part in volunteering, rather than being required to engage in service.
Please answer the following question to help us best tailor our facilitation and program coordination
Is this a voluntary experience? *
Farm Location
Most of our partner sites are accessible by public transit. Please use the space below to share any of your groups needs regarding site location and transportation.
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SERVICE LEARNING
We typically include some type of experiential learning, discussion, and reflection to contextualize volunteering and illuminate the impacts of community service. Learning components can be brief discussions about short readings, an in-depth look at food insecurity or urban agriculture, or anything in between. Content can exists anywhere on a range of Jewish-orientation, from religious and cultural references to relatively secular with universal applications.
What type of approach do you think would work best with your group?
Do you have a specific topic your group would like to focus on during the learning component?
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Anything else Philly Farm Crew should know about your group?
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