FoodCycle combines surplus food, volunteers and free kitchen space to create nutritious, three-course meals for the community.
We have 4 main aims:
Skills you’ll learn
• Teamwork: you’ll work as part of a team to serve our guests and make them feel welcome.
• Hosting skills: you’ll support front of house duties, serving food and demonstrating good customer service skills.
• Relationship building: you’ll be building lasting relationships with your local community, guests and volunteers, ensuring they come back each week.
• Fundraising: you have the opportunity to participate in fundraising activities, like pop-ups and sponsored challenges, to help raise vital funds to support your project.
What to expect from FoodCycle
• Ongoing support and advice from a FoodCycle Project Leader during every session.
• Impressive skills to add to your CV and a reference if/when you need it.
• Travel expenses of up to £15 will be reimbursed within two weeks, with proof of travel.
• The opportunity to meet a large network of like-minded people.
• A fun, creative volunteer experience, contributing to a community-led project.
To apply, please register your details at our volunteer site (https://volunteer.foodcycle.org.uk/volunteer-sign-up), take a short quiz and sign up!
You can sign up to our volunteer opportunities as frequently as you like. Before you sign up for a session, please read our volunteer agreement and ensure that you will adhere to all the points.
Volunteers need to wear a face mask when taking part, a full list of Covid safe guidance can be found here: https://volunteer.foodcycle.org.uk/covid19guidance
Our Bristol projects run every saturday from 10.45-3pm, serving a meal at 1.30pm, at Barton Hill Settlement, and every Wednesday from 4.30-9pm, serving a meal at 7.30pm at Easton Christian Family Centre.
Minimum commitment level: Once a month
Start Date: 11-11-2020
Start Time: 10:45 AM
End Date: 01-12-2021
End Time: 03:00 PM