Get your hands dirty—
Come play in the mud with us.
On God’s Little Acre Farm, there is always something fun to do. Bring your family, your kids, your friends. Come alone or bring a group. We love having you. Come and lend a helping hand. It doesn’t matter if you are young or old, we will find something you can do. Hugs are free!
Call Jas Singh at 604 375 1172
or you can just show up on Saturday’s at 10 am. So pull on those work boots and come on down to the farm.
You can find us on Google Maps here:
16582-40th Avenue, South Surrey, BC
To Sign Up to Volunteer, please use the form below, or you can print the form using one of these two links:
Volunteer Sign Up Form:
Welcome to the farm. We are looking forward to your visit. The following is designed to answer questions you may have about your upcoming day.
What to expect from your day on the Farm:
You can expect to have a great day. People that volunteer at the farm are friendly, funny and love to laugh. You will leave with a real sense of community spirit. You always leave in a better mood than when you came. Hugs are welcome and generously applied to all situations. You will be doing real farm work so you can skip the gym this week. Bending, lifting and sore smiley muscles are to be expected.
What to wear:
Something you don’t mind getting dirty and boots are a good idea. Sunscreen and a hat is advised. Dress in layers. Also bring gardening gloves and your favorite gardening tools but if we really like your tools, you may not be going home with them. 🙂
Are kids welcome on the farm? – Of course!
We love having kids on the farm. They must have an adult supervisor as we are a working farm with working farm equipment but so long as you can keep an eye on them, the more the merrier.
Do I bring food and water?
We have no facility to feed you but we have a large fridge where you can store your lunch. Of course, if the veggies are ready, you are wel-
come to wipe the dirt off the carrots onto the seat of your pants and eat them right out of the ground just like we did when we were kids. Yum. The water is drinkable but has a heavy mineral content so you may prefer to bring your own water and a good water bottle is great on a hot day.
Is there a bathroom available?
There is one full bathroom on the site.
What about being safe on the farm?
We will have you sign a waiver when you arrive at the farm. You may sign one waiver for your whole family or as the responsible adult caring for a minor child on the farm. Farm safety will be discussed at that time. We are all about safety and we, each one of us, are responsible to keep each other safe on the farm. It isn’t an overly dangerous place and we do take precautions to prevent accidents but it is a working farm with moving equipment and sharp tools lying around. It is up to each individual to be aware of his/her surroundings and the possibilities of something going wrong especially if you are responsible for children. That being said, we have had hundreds of kids on the farm without a single serious incident. We have band aids for scrapped knees and other minor boo boo’s.
The biggest risk on the farm is that you will love being there, you will become addicted to the place, the people and the hugs and then we will own your volunteer soul for life.