Why bring your team to the Farm?
To get back together!
COVID 19 drove us all apart, use this as an opportunity to reconnect with your team and get outdoors. Take time away from the office and enjoy a rewarding day, team building at a community farm, in the heart of Melbourne!
Corporate experiences are a wonderful way for businesses to make a social impact whilst bolstering their reputation within the community, building teams and developing staff skills.
Bringing your team for a day at Collingwood Children’s Farm makes an enormous difference to the community and benefits volunteers personally. It offers the chance to make social connections, develop skills and confidence and develop professional networks, while earning the satisfaction that only a hard day’s work can bring.
And, of course, it’s fun!
Contributions to Collingwood Children’s Farm will help provide sustainable, ongoing solutions to some of the key social issues facing Melbourne and its youngest inhabitants. It is an opportunity for local businesses to show that they truly value their community and that they want to contribute to its flourishing.
Learning about and addressing environmental problems and the impacts of climate change start at a young age. By supporting CCF you will be aligning yourself with an organisation that educates the next generation about how we can live more sustainably and contribute to the fight against climate change.
Raising capital will allow Collingwood Children’s Farm to broaden what it has to offer and further invest in capital works that will make the Farm a core green space in the heart of the city. By booking your Corporate Experience session, you will be playing a key role in the ongoing sustainability of Collingwood Children’s Farm’s programs and investing in the future of an organisation that seeks to address issues, such as climate change and building community for those facing adversity.
Corporate team experience days with CCF are invaluable; you are uniquely placed to tackle large jobs that could otherwise take the Farm weeks or months to complete.
Farm work is physical, outdoors and usually dirty. You might be unloading a delivery of hay, helping set up for our monthly Farmers Market or getting stuck into the gardens.
The list of jobs is endless, but we do have the ability to tailor work to suit all abilities, so no one is left out.
9.15am – Arrival at the Farm
9.30 – Welcome and paying respects to the traditional owners of the land. Tour and history of the Farm and induction.
10.30 – Light Refreshment Break
11.00 – Morning activities that may include – planting, harvesting, moving hay, setting up for market day or many other activities.
1.00pm – lunch (catered by Farm or bring your own for a picnic in the paddock)
2pm – Afternoon self-guided activities on the Farm (or optional add on activities*)
$1000 +GST for a group of up to 12 participants .
Bookings are taken for Monday or Friday.
- These costs cover operational costs, a facilitator for the day and helps us to provide opportunities for our social programs across the Farm.
- We can include several catered lunch options at an additional cost.
If you’d like to make more of your day we have a number of optional add ons like – urban gardening workshops, make your own plant box, a private guinea pig cuddle and more. If you would like to book a date or discuss this further, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator in the form below
Thank you for your time and we look forward to working with you in the near future.
(*additional costs will apply depending on activity)
Send us an enquiry and we’ll get right back to you.