What’s It Like Volunteering At Shining Hope Farms?

Oct 23, 2018 | Article, News

Have you wondered what it’s like volunteering at Shining Hope Farms? Have you been nervous to start? Shining Hope Farms volunteer Rachel Szeghy did an awesome job documenting her volunteer experience so she could tell you all about it.

We think Shining Hope Farms is a great place to volunteer and some other folks think so too as TripSavvy voted Shining Hope Farms as one of the best places to volunteer in Charlotte.

Are you ready to learn more? Check out further info about volunteering on our volunteer page. You’ll see that we have opportunities for on-going volunteering during the week for individuals as well as group volunteer opportunities which can take place during the week or on the weekend.

We would love to see you at our next volunteer training, which is a great way to get a better feel for what volunteering is like, who we are, and what programs we offer. Just fill out one registration forms on volunteer page and someone will be in touch with you shortly to get you signed up!

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