About Volunteering at the Farm
Kentish Town City Farm is a local charity that helps city people connect with animals, nature and the environment. We provide an extensive educational programme to schools; therapeutic riding to people with special needs; work experience opportunities for young people and farm related activities for local children and families.
As well as volunteering for single events like our seasonal farm fundraisers, adult volunteers can also contribute to all sorts of activities on a regular basis from admin or marketing to supporting our riding staff with equine skills. If you like planning & organising events, our Friends of the Farm team might be just the right thing for you or perhaps you have the skills and experience to be a Farm Trustee.
Please note that any adult wishing to work around children will be subject to a DBS check before starting.
To offer your skills or make an inquiry to support a much-valued community project, email email@example.com
Vacancy for Front of House/ Visitor Welcome (Volunteer)
If you like talking to people, being outside and working with others we want you to join our team.
We are currently recruiting for a new front of house team to enhance our visitor experience, welcome people, uphold our health and safety policy and maintain customer records. If you would like to support the farm in this way and are able to commit to a regular shift we would love to hear from you.
Download full role description: KTCF Front of House Volunteer Description
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org sharing your interest in the farm, responding to this job description and outlining your availability.
Friends of the Farm
Friends of the Farm is a group of volunteers who meet once a month to discuss ideas and plan activities for the farm. FOF is a highly valued part of the farm community whose efforts contribute a great deal to the running of the farm. If you would like to know details of the meetings, email email@example.com
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. To enquire about this opportunity or to apply to become a trustee, please email firstname.lastname@example.org