The Giving Fields – Volunteer Information

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The Giving Fields is a community farm located in Melbourne, Kentucky that provides fresh produce for Northern Kentucky food pantries, soup kitchens, and other agencies that provide emergency food. Both individuals and groups are welcome.

Volunteers are needed to help plan, organize, plant, water, maintain, remove weeds and harvest the fields from March through October.  We can accommodate large and small groups and people of all ages over 5 years old.  Volunteers should wear comfortable clothing and be prepared to get dirty and/or wet. No experience is necessary.  Please check-in with Molly Jordan, Farm Manager, when you arrive. All Giving Fields volunteers must complete the volunteer application and liability waiver, either on paper or through our electronic system prior to arriving at the farm.

Contact Volunteer Opportunities

To register: Contact or call the Volunteer Services at 513-482-7550 with questions.


Directions: From I-275, take the Highland Heights exit. From I-471, enter Highland Heights on Alexandria Pike (US-27). Travelling SE on Alexandria Pike from Highland Heights, turn left onto Industrial Road (SR 1998). Turn right on SR 8, passing through Silver Grove. You will pass St. Ann’s Convent on the right, with a Melbourne sign in front of it. The next road on the left is Anderson Lane (Kwick Food Mart is at the corner). Turn left onto Anderson Road, crossing the railroad tracks. The Giving Fields are on the right, parking for volunteers is on the left.

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