We are currently accepting volunteers to assist at our Saturday Market Square Farmers’ Market, Saturday Winter Farmers’ Market, and Thursday New Harvest Farmers’ Market.You must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to volunteer in any capacity. If you are interested in volunteering with Nourish Knoxville, please fill out the form below. If you have further questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Assist on-site at a farmers’ market:
Info Booth (WFM, MSFM, NHFM): assist with booth set-up, customer service, merchandise sales, SNAP/EBT transactions, rule enforcement, booth break-down.
Community Booth (New Harvest Farmers’ Market): assist with booth set-up, customer service, operation of Nourish Moves (walking program), booth break-down.
Nourish Kids Booth (WFM, MSFM, NHFM): assist with children’s activities at our Nourish Kids Clubs every second Saturday on Market Square and the third Thursday at the New Harvest Farmers’ Market.
Assist with special events, such as Tomato Jam, Friends and Farmers, and Winter Warmer.
We are so very grateful for our volunteers and all of the work they do for our community! So, we came up with a plan to thank them for their time and hard work:
After 10 hours, volunteers receive 2 tickets to our Friends and Farmers party in the Fall, are recognized in our annual Nourish Knoxville Food Guide, receive a Nourish Knoxville sticker, and are given presale access to all Nourish ticketed events.
After 30 hours, volunteers receive 2 tickets to Tomato Jam, our summertime fundraiser, and can pick out a free Nourish Knoxville t-shirt.
After 100 hours, volunteers receive 2 tickets to our annual fundraising dinner, Winter Warmer, in February.
After 300 hours, volunteers receive 2 tickets to exclusive special events.
After 600 hours, volunteers will receive a curated progressive exploration of the Knoxville farm-to-table scene for two!
What to bring when volunteering:
Water bottle – it can get hot during Spring and Summer seasons so make sure to keep hydrated!
Sunscreen and/or sunglasses
Coat and gloves- during the colder months
Comfortable footwear – all our shifts will require standing and walking for extended periods of time, so be sure to wear appropriate footwear!
An umbrella or a rain jacket – the markets are open rain or shine!