VOLUNTEER at Fright farm
Thank you for your interest in volunteering at Fright Farm Haunted House.
The 2019 volunteer application period has ended. Be sure to reach out to us in 2020 for more opportunities.
As a nonprofit event, Fright Farm Haunted House relies heavily on our dozens of volunteers to plan, build, and operate the event each year. On any given night, an average of 85 volunteers are on site at Fright Farm serving as actors, ticket takers, hospitality, and more. Each year, thousands of volunteer hours are served to make the event happen. Through our volunteer efforts, we work to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for the nonprofit Ramsey County Sheriff's Foundation.
We are always in need of fun and dedicated volunteers to help make our event a success!
The Volunteer Experience
Free dinners each show night generously donated by delicious local restaurants
Free volunteer t-shirt
A way to give back to your community
A fun, laid back, respectful, and safe environment
Make a whole bunch of new friends
Work alongside staff and volunteers from the Ramsey County Sheriff's Office
The Rules and Expectations
Fright Farm Haunted House is an all-volunteer event and does not have any paid staff. Volunteers are unpaid and there is no monetary compensation for their time.
All volunteers must be 18 years old or older at the time of application. Prospective volunteers must complete an application, in-person interview, and background check. If you are accepted as a volunteer, all volunteers must complete all necessary orientation, training, and attend any required meetings.
95% of all Fright Farm volunteer hours are served between August and November of each year, most of which are served on evenings and weekends in the month of October. For example, if you want to serve as an actor or ticket sales but are not available on Friday and Saturday nights in October, then this role is likely not a good fit for you.