Volunteer and Make a Difference on the Farm

Volunteer and Make a Difference on the Farm Elizabeth Perez Photo Credit: America’s Grow-a-Row Facebook Page

America’s Grow-a-Row needs YOU to help harvest crops at their Pittstown and Milford Farms. Come out and join them for these high energy events! Please click the date & time link below to register: 

Thursday, August 5th, 5:30pm-8pm

Monday, August 9th, 5:30pm-7:30pm

Wednesday, August 11th, 4pm-6pm

Wednesday, August 18th, 4pm-6pm

Wednesday, August 25th, 4pm-6pm

Thursday August 26th, 5pm-7pm

All volunteers must register to reserve your spot and so we can let you know of any weather-related changes. Questions? Contact Connie@americasgrowarow.org

Can’t join us but still want to contribute? Be a Virtual Volunteer with your donation!

About America’s Grow-a-Row

America’s Grow-a-Row’s mission is to positively impact as many lives as possible through a volunteer effort of planting, picking, rescuing, and delivering free fresh produce. At America’s Grow-a- Row we:

• Provide fresh, healthy produce to those in need
• Educate people of all generations about hunger and ways to help
• Introduce our youth to farming and healthy eating
• Cultivate in tomorrow’s leaders the habit of giving back
• Contribute to the sustainability of agriculture

Volunteer and Make a Difference on the Farm Pittstown NJ Photo Credit: America’s Grow-a-Row Facebook Page
Volunteer and Make a Difference on the Farm Pittstown NJ Photo Credit: America’s Grow-a-Row Facebook Page

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