Volunteers are the life blood of foodbanks. Your skills could be just what we need.
Volunteers are the driving force behind foodbanks. There are thousands of volunteers across the UK, helping The Trussell Trust Foodbank Network get emergency food to people in crisis. We want you to enjoy volunteering and there are lots of ways to get involved. Whatever role you choose, you will make a real difference to the life of someone in crisis.
Help sorting food
We need help to weigh, sort and store donated food before it’s made into parcels for clients to collect at our centre in Wavertree on Tuesday and Thursday mornings 9.30am to 12pm.
We are looking for a Communications Volunteer to edit all areas of our Foodbank Website and maintain and update our social media platforms plus additional duties.
We need help to weigh, sort and store donated food before it’s made into parcels for clients to collect. You could help in this vital work to ensure we have the right food available at all times. This opportunity is mainly Monday mornings but also at other times as required.
We need help at our Wavertree centre listening and talking to clients, filling in paperwork, signposting and other duties on Monday afternoons 1-3pm.
Help at a food collection
Help boost our food stocks by asking shoppers to buy an extra item during their supermarket visit. The next collection is at Tesco stores in Wavertree, Woolton and Toxteth on Friday 29 June and Saturday 30 June 9am to 5pm. Just one hour would really help!
Suitable training is provided.
If you are interested in any of the above volunteering opportunities, please get in touch, we’d love to hear from you!