Volunteer at the Farm!
In the summer and fall, Clark County Food Bank cultivates and harvests more than 100,000 pounds of carrots, squash, and other vegetables at our 78th Street Heritage Farm plot, as well as with many community growers. We rely on hundreds of volunteers annually to sustain this important hunger relief effort. Volunteering at the farm is perfect for individuals or groups, including families, school field trips, community groups and faith-based organizations. Farm work parties are held on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 9 am to noon throughout the months of June to November.*
*During the growing season, feel free to stop by to volunteer with our work parties anytime!
No prior arrangement is needed, except for groups of 6 or more.
Schedule a Special Volunteer Event
If you would like to arrange for a larger group, such as a school, business, or service organization, to come out and volunteer on our farm, we are open and flexible all throughout the growing season! Please contact us to arrange a volunteering event.
Interested in Volunteering?
Fill out the interest form below and one of our volunteer coordinators will get back to you with more information!