Volunteer

 Grow It Green welcomes volunteers for the 2022 season to get outside and help increase food access! Volunteers of all ages tell us not only how much it means to help others out in the community, but also how much it means to them personally.

 

Children under 15 are welcomed when accompanied by an adult. Please list yourself and then the ages of the children attending with you.

 

Students looking for volunteer opportunities will enjoy the chance to get outside and learn some new skills while meeting others in the community. Documentation of volunteer hours is available. Volunteering at The Urban farm qualifies for STEM volunteer hours requirements for Morristown High School.

  

Please click the links below for the dates available to volunteer June-August at The Urban Farm. Register on the first form and we will reach out to you whenever we are looking for volunteers for the farm, garden, office and events. Email us at info@growitgreenmorristown.org with any questions and suggestions for fundraising events too.

Thank you for supporting the local community with your time and talents!

Grow It Green complies with all COVID-19 New Jersey executive orders and guidelines recommended by the CDC. 

 

Most projects involve working outdoors and may require physical labor.  

 

Our office has vaccination requirements and is limiting guests so the office volunteer tasks are limited and would need to be completed remotely.

Volunteer Groups

Grow It Green is welcoming corporate and community groups at The Urban Farm and the Early Street Community Garden. Community engagement is a great way to celebrate group bonding while completing critical tasks to serve the community. 

 

Together we can plan a project, or work on one of the many projects Grow It Green has already planned! 

Suggested corporate donation: $1,500 allows us to deepen our impact in the community.

Contact us at info@growitgreenmorristown to talk about opportunities, projects and partnerships. We are open to ways to work together to build thriving, equitable food systems that respect the community and environment.