Group Agricultural volunteering

Over the past year, approximately 150,000 people volunteered in agriculture, coming to farms and ranches, and connected with the land of Israel.

HaShomer HaChadash helps farmers nationwide facing a shortage of working hands by recruiting individual volunteers and groups who come to the field to help out. Beyond helping with the day-to-day work, the volunteers give the farmers a moral boost and a feeling that they are not alone. This is a significant experience that contributes to the farming community and societal involvement. The volunteers experience, sometimes for the first time in their lives, challenging land work.

We invite you to an agricultural experience that combines the value of love of the land, commitment to one another, pure pleasure, and a sense of satisfaction of doing something with great meaning.

Important things you probably want to know

The types of volunteering

Agricultural experience as a team-building activity. An opportunity to get out of the routine and experience meaningful agricultural work, combined with field cooking (campfire and Poyke meals), team-building, and activities with content in the open spaces. A fun agricultural experience suitable for groups of employees, personalized and tailored to the group's needs and desires. Hashomer HaChadash provides a comprehensive envelope for the production of this special day. The activity can be held in different regions of the country: Negev, Galilee, Jerusalem Mountains, Shefala, and Golan. The nature of the activity, the place, and the schedule will be built according to the needs of the organization and the spirit of your group.

Who is it suitable for

Volunteering is suitable for groups, companies and organizations, preparatory schools, yeshiva, schools, soldiers, youth movements, workplaces, and more, who want to get out of their routine for a meaningful uniting activity that involves contributing to the community and doing good.

?What does the activity include

The day opens with an opening conversation and getting to know the farmer: the story of the place, the personal story, and the challenges. Most of the day is spent working in the field, which depends on the needs of the farmer and is adapted to the abilities of the group: picking, harvesting, working in the vineyard, weeding, and more.

?Who is it suitable for

Volunteering is suitable for groups, companies and organizations, preparatory schools, yeshiva, schools, soldiers, youth movements, workplaces, and more, who want to get out of their routine for a meaningful uniting activity that involves contributing to the community and doing good.

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Group Agricultural Volunteering

הגשת מועמדות למשרה:

Group Agricultural Volunteering