Volunteer Drivers

  • VO54593


Description

Foodbanks in Aberdeen provide emergency food and vital support to local people experiencing crisis in Aberdeen City. Every day people go hungry for reasons ranging from redundancy, poverty to receiving an unexpected bill on a low income.

The Food Banks Partnership Aberdeen coordinates food banks in the city while guiding users towards services that can help prevent people becoming reliant on these resources.
Partners include, Community Food Initiatives North East (CFINE), Instant Neighbour Trust and Aberdeen Cyrenians.

As well as providing emergency food, all partners are committed to promoting employment, signposting to money advice, debt management and household budgeting services, and other sources of support to develop resilience and help people to move on and out of poverty.

We are currently recruiting Volunteer Drivers to help in our vital work. This will include assisting with aspects such as deliveries of produce to the Food-Bank Partnership base in Poynernook Road, Aberdeen and to our partner outlets across the City. If you can spare a few hours to help with this or wish to discuss any other volunteer opportunities we currently have please get in touch. This is a great opportunity to be involved in an exciting partnership, gain good experience and make a real difference to local communities in Aberdeen.

For further details please contact us at:
e-mail: e-mail: volunteersupport@cfine.org
tel.: 01224 596156.

Organisation aims and objectives

Foodbanks in Aberdeen provide emergency food and vital support to local people experiencing crisis in Aberdeen City. Every day people go hungry for reasons ranging from redundancy, poverty to receiving an unexpected bill on a low income. The Food Banks Partnership Aberdeen coordinates food banks in the city while guiding users towards services that can help prevent people becoming reliant on these resources. Partners include, Community Food Initiatives North East (CFINE), Instant Neighbour Trust and Aberdeen Cyrenians. As well as providing emergency food, all partners are committed to promoting employment, signposting to money advice, debt management and household budgeting services, and other sources of support to develop resilience and help people to move on and out of poverty.

Restrictions

Experience required: Standard Driving Licence. Enthusiasm and commitment to the work of foodbanks.
Travel details: Based at CFINE-Community Foods Initiatives North East, 4 Poynernook Road, Aberdeen, AB11 5RW (off Market Street, close to Union Square Shopping Centre).
Minimum age: 17

Support

Expenses paid: Yes
Expenses details: Any relevant out of pocket expenses are re-imbursed e.g.: bus fares.
Training details: Good support is provided to all volunteers. Includes induction and start up training. All volunteer help is greatly appreciated and volunteers receive certificates in recognition of the help they provide.
Support: Named Contact For Volunteer,
Wheelchair Access/Disabled Access Toilet

Last updated 25 days ago