Hope Family Trust
As a food bank we are part of a growing movement that is taking action to create a fair and compassionate society and deliver our vision for a UK without the need for food banks. Through our social media platforms, we are aiming to gain support for our activity as a food bank and raise awareness in our local community of the drivers pushing people into poverty in order to inspire local people to take action.
Volunteering is a fantastic way for you to be involved in your local community and our volunteers are at the heart of all that we do as a food bank. The role of volunteers dedicating their time and skills will continue to be critical as we work to fulfil our vision of seeing the UK without the need for food banks.
Tasks and responsibilities
Benefits to volunteer
Skills, attributes, qualifications and experience
Whatever your background we want to make sure you are supported, empowered and enjoy your time volunteering with us. We know that having volunteers from a diverse range of backgrounds, and with varying experiences, can help to make what we do as effective as possible. As such, we welcome all applicants regardless of age, religion or beliefs, disability, ethnic background, gender reassignment, sex, or sexual orientation. We also encourage those with lived experiences of poverty to apply.
This will depend on the availability of the volunteer and at the discretion of the Barking Ford Bank Operations Manager. Time commitment: 4 to 7 hours weekly When: Hours are flexible over the week
Hope Family Trust/ Barking Food Bank
Unit 1, Selinas Lane