NEW VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES!
Small Engine Repair
Volunteer sought to work on a variety of 2- and 4-stroke engines, including trimmers, lawnmowers, tillers, snow throwers, chippers, power tools, utility vehicles, and tractors. Volunteers should have proven experience repairing and maintaining small engines, changing belts, cleaning carburetors and other related work. Diesel experience a plus. Schedule is flexible Monday-Saturday based on volunteer availability.
Farm Hosts sought to engage in a variety of activities including on our urban farm, including:
Basic farm interest or knowledge a plus, but we are willing to train interested volunteers. A consistent weekly schedule is desired during weekday mornings (once a week) or on Monday afternoons.
Attend an orientation or, if you already have, contact Kelly Nutty at [email protected]
Join us to plant the seeds of change! It’s easy to get involved:
1. COMPLETE VOLUNTEER WAIVER and bring it to orientation.
2. ATTEND AN ORIENTATION. New volunteer orientations are held on the following dates/times:
Orientations are @ Farm Workshop, 242 W. Seymour Street, Appleton, WI 54915. Directions to Farm Workshop: Going South on Oneida Street from downtown Appleton, turn right on W. Seymour (St. Elizabeth’s Hospital is on your left), turn right into the 242 W. Seymour driveway, less than a 1/2 mile up the road. Please park on W. Seymour or Wilkie Streets, and park clear of no-parking areas.
3. GET STARTED!
Most volunteer opportunities are located on the urban farm; however, some other seasonal opportunities are available. Volunteers should wear appropriate attire for outdoor work and closed-toed shoes/boots, and bring a refillable water bottle. You don’t need to know how to “farm” – there are so many great opportunities and we train all volunteers!
Seasonal Volunteer Hours are: Monday-Friday, 8a-5p, every Saturday, 9am-noon (except holidays)
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Please review our VOLUNTEER POLICIES
We invite your organization, club, team or office to embrace and grow from the lessons of social innovation. Volunteering is a positive activity for all types of groups. Group opportunities are customized and include a special orientation to our mission on the day of volunteering.
QUESTIONS AND INQUIRIES
Thank you for joining us to help transform our community!
We provide volunteer opportunities for individuals with court-ordered service. If you have any questions, including whether you are permitted to do community service at Riverview Gardens, please contact Christian Houle at [email protected] or 920-840-3336. For all other volunteer or intern inquiries, please contact Christian Houle at 920-840-3336 or [email protected]