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Adult Volunteers

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Apple Day, Sunday 29th October: We are looking for people to help run Apple Day, one of our largest annual fundraising events.  Could you face paint, run a simple game, craft activity or a stall? There’s a mass of other tasks you can help with too! Watch our video to see what a typical Farm Festival day is like.  To volunteer for the afternoon or make an inquiry, email volunteering@ktcityfarm.org.uk

Horticultural Project: Mind in Camden support a great gardening project based at the farm. For more information call 020 8911 0822 or email volunteer@mindincamden.org.uk

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Volunteering

We have a fantastic group of adult volunteers who help keep the farm a vibrant grassroots organisation. Whether you have time to help with a single event or want to get involved on a weekly basis there is plenty to get stuck into. Adult volunteers work on all sorts of projects that include: the animals, gardens, office skills, cake baking, event planning, helping out on event days and many more. We particularly welcome volunteers who can offer creative skills to run activities & games for children at fundraising events or during school holidays. Please note that any adult wishing to work around children will be subject to a DBS check before starting.

Volunteers Apple Day 2016

Could you help run a simple craft activity on Apple Day, 29 Oct?

Call  020 7916 5421 or email volunteering@ktcityfarm.org.uk to offer your skills and support a great community project.

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Friends of the Farm

Friends of the Farm are a group of volunteers who meet once a month to discuss ideas and plan activities for the farm. FOF are a highly valued part of the KTCF community whose efforts contribute a great deal to the running of the farm.  If you have an idea to share, or would like to know details of the meetings,  please get in touch. Contact volunteering@ktcityfarm.org.uk to find out more.

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KTCF Board of Trustees

Trustees are volunteers who have overall control of a charity and are responsible for making sure it’s doing what it was set up to do. They lead the charity and decide how it is run – so being a trustee means making decisions that will impact on people’s lives. Trustees use their skills and experience to support the Farm, helping it achieve its aims. As a trustee you may benefit from learning new skills, networking and from the satisfaction that comes from supporting a much valued community organisation.

If you are interested in finding out more about Trusteeship at Kentish Town City Farm, please contact info@ktcityfarm.org.uk

 

Volunteering at Kentish Town City Farm was a completely joyful experience where I learned something new everyday and made many dear friends. I was both surprised and honoured to receive the exceptional volunteer award from Camden.Rachel Schwartz, Farm Trustee received the Exceptional Volunteer Award,  Camden Volunteer Centre Awards, Nov 2016.