Sign up for Shifts/Tasks
Each volunteer group uses a different system for scheduling but most use Volgistics in some way, which is our volunteer scheduling tool. Once you’ve done your mentoring session and chosen a role you’d like to fulfill, you’ll receive information from the team that manages that activity.
At first, you’ll be designated as a “trainee” with limited tasks available. After you’ve volunteered for awhile, your status will be changed so you can sign up for many other jobs that are posted. We communicate frequently through email distribution lists and you will always know what the needs are on the farm!
Once you have a Volgistics ID, you can seek assistance from the Volunteer System Admin (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Saving Grace does not have a direct phone line that is answered by a live person, and all calls go to voicemail. It is always best to use email, as there are multiple volunteers monitoring the various email systems who will respond accordingly.
We’d love your help!
STEP 1: Explore the Options
There is always plenty to do at Saving Grace – do you like physical work and getting a bit dirty on a regular basis? Or would you prefer something a little less strenuous less frequently? We have it all!
STEP 2: Fill Out Our Volunteer Form
If one of our roles looks interesting, fill out our volunteer form.
STEP 3: Attend a Volunteer Orientation
Once you’ve filled out your application, we’ll send you a link to sign up for our volunteer orientation.
STEP 4: Attend a Mentoring Session
For those doing shift work at the farm, this is an important part of your orientation.
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STEP 5: Sign up for Shifts/Tasks
Once you’ve completed orientation and a mentoring session, you’ll be entered into our system where you can sign up for shifts/tasks.
STEP 6: Keep coming back!
Thank you for your time and commitment! We appreciate your support. Once you have completed a certain number of shifts, you are welcome to explore other volunteer areas of Saving Grace and to find what interests or inspires you further!