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Volunteer

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BECOME A VOLUNTEER

We are delighted to support the launch of volunteer-run community food hubs to increase access to fresh and great-value food.

There are many benefits to becoming a food hub volunteer, including:

  • Volunteering in your local community

  • Making new community connections

  • Developing and learning new skills

  • Training Opportunities 

  • Being part of a wider project and network with regional food hubs

Interested?

Contact us for more information, or check out the volunteer profiles below for more details on what is involved.

 

VOLUNTEER PROFILES

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Community Food Hub Volunteer - Lead Volunteer

Purpose: To oversee the weekly food hub and supervise the volunteer team. Suggested Activities: As the lead volunteer you will: > Facilitate enquiries to the food hub > Oversee the volunteer recruitment and rolling rota > Oversee the promotion and marketing of the food hub in the community > Liaise with venue, supplier(s) and the WCFD team > Organise customer orders in compliance with GDPR > Supervise the Customer > Assistant Volunteers You can ask the Customer Assistant Volunteers to carry out some of the above tasks such as responding to enquiries and liaising with the WCFD team. Timescale: On a rota basis we hope you will be able to contribute at minimum of 3 hours per calendar month. Location: At your Community Food Hub Supervision: A member of the Community Food Hub Team is your Supervisor. Qualities: As Lead Volunteer you will need to be confident in overseeing the volunteer rota and in placing orders. All Food hub volunteers will require skills in communication and customer service and be polite and courteous at all times. Benefits: There are many benefits to becoming a food hub volunteer, including: > Volunteering in your local community > Making new community connections > Develop skills > Training Opportunities > Be part of a wider project and network with regional food hubs You’re also supplied with aprons and t-shirts to wear if you choose and there’s no travel involved with the role.

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Community Food Hub Volunteer - Customer Assistant

Purpose: To facilitate the weekly food hub Suggested Activities: On a weekly basis, you will: > Receive delivery from the supplier and prepare the customer orders > Open the food hub, serve customers and take their orders > Tidy up, clean and close the hub. > Support your Lead Volunteer with the weekly orders and admin duties Timescale: On a rota basis we hope you will be able to contribute at minimum of 3 hours per calendar month or for one hub session per month. Location: At your Community Food Hub Supervision: Your Lead Volunteer is responsible for your supervision and is your main contact person. They will: > Facilitate enquiries to the food hub > Oversee the volunteer recruitment and rolling rota > Oversee the promotion and marketing of the food hub in the community > Liaise with venue, supplier(s) and the WCFD team > Support you to comply with GDPR regulations > Oversee the weekly finances Qualities: All Food hub volunteers will require skills in communication and customer service and be polite and courteous at all times. Benefits: There are many benefits to becoming a food hub volunteer, including: > Volunteering in your local community > Making new community connections > Develop skills > Training Opportunities > Be part of a wider project and network with regional food hubs You’re also supplied with aprons and t-shirts to wear if you choose and there’s no travel involved with the role.

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