Fill out the form SIGN UP TO VOLUNTEER" found on almost all pages of the website or send an email to register with the dates, number of people and contact information in order to register to volunteer - Thank you!Read More
The World Foundation for Children (WFC), the mother organization of the Volunteer Farms, was granted Public Charity status as a 501 (c) (3) by the Internal Revenue Service effective March 11, 2004, thus making contributions tax deductible. Employer Identification Number iS 20-1007533. OUR GOALS: The goal of the Volunteer Farms is to increase the availability of nutritious foods to the food insecure residing in the Shenandoah Valley, Northern and Central Piedmont, and Northern Virginia. CROPS: Crops include beans, cabbage, cucumbers, onions, peppers, potatoes, summer/winter squash, tomatoes, turnips, watermelon, and cantaloupe. Last spring, we planted fruit trees and berries, which should yield crops in the next two to three years.Read More
WOW, a great beginning to the growing season! Potatoes, onions, beans, and squash are being planted each week, with more to get in the dirt. Beans, Peas, and Sweet Corn will begin being planted within the next couple of weeks. We are on track with a record harvest this year. The rain is working its miracle and helping us grow our fruits and vegetables; in fact our fruit trees even have some buds on them. It is a great time to be on the Farm. Schedule your time today to volunteer and help us to continue to "Feed thy Neighbor" If you aren't available to come on down and volunteer, please think about giving us a tax deductible donation to help us with the expenses around the Farm.Read More
Pick out the days you want to work from
the calendar on the volunteer page and send an e-mail message to Coordinator@VolunteerFarm.org
Please list the following complete information:
Date or dates for volunteering.
Number of youths (under 19)
Number of adults
Whether you plan to work:
In the fields or
or in the office.
Your questions or comments.
We will confirm your registration by e-mail within a day or two.
In 2012, the farm produced 165,232 pounds of vegetables, including yellow squash, potatoes, pumpkins, beets, cabbage, onion and tomatoes. In addition to watermelons, Reed said. The food went to help feed 150,000 people across one-third of the state.