Volunteering

Questions

Do you hate to see food wasted while there are people who are struggling to feed their families?

Can you spare a few hours a week to be part of the solution and help us run the Fairbite shop?

How we work

Both Cambridge City Foodbank and the Fairbite Foodclub are staffed entirely by unpaid volunteers. We have no paid staff at all. We have about 140 people who gift their time to the community because it makes a difference.

With the opening of the Fairbite Food Club we need a new team of volunteers, dedicated to giving the best service we can offer.

If you can offer a few hours a week you might be part of this team.

The more we give, the happier we feel. Volunteering increases self-confidence. You are doing good for others and the community, which provides a natural sense of accomplishment. Your role as a volunteer can also give you a sense of pride and identity.

Roles available

Role Description
Shop staff (Tues) Greeting members and helping them in the shop (9:45am -1:15)
Shop staff (Thurs) Greeting members and helping them in the shop (4:45 - 8:15pm)
Shelf packers Receiving stock, sorting and filling the shelves (Thursday pm)
Van driver Collect and deliver new stock locally (Thursday midday)

Time Credits

Volunteers working for Fairbite have the opportunity to earn "time credits" for each volunteering slot. Time credits can be used to purchase services all over Cambridge or get discounts to events. See more here: Cambridgeshire time Credits

How to apply

If you would like to volunteer for Fairbite please download and complete the volunteer application form: DOWNLOAD PDF

If you have questions email to volunteer@ccfb.org.uk

Benefits

Help people in your local community.
Learn new skills.
Meet new people.
Add to your CV.
Make a difference.