CFINE: Community Food Initiative North East

Charity registered in Scotland SC037833

CFINE improves health and well-being and the environment, tackles poverty and builds resilience through a range of support and services for and with disadvantaged, vulnerable, low-income individuals, families and communities in NE Scotland.

Current opportunities

Support to local food co-ops and providing a fresh fruit service to schools. Opportunities to assist in customer service at food co-op base, community outlets and through Foodbank Base. Good support is provided to all volunteers. Induction and start up training. All volunteer help is greatly appreciated For further information please contact: e-mail: Tel.: 01224 596156

Volunteer drivers are required to drive both our large and a number of smaller vans. Pick up produce from supermarkets, etc. and deliver to projects for use. Anything from 1 hour per week would be useful. CFINE improve health and contribute to regeneration through: Community food Outlets - wee shops open 1-2 hours per week and FareShare - where we collect produce from retailers which would otherwise be dumped and distribute through projects to vulnerable people e.g. Homeless. For further details please contact Tel.: 01224 596156 e-mail: /

Could you see yourself driving a Tuk Tuk around the streets of Aberdeen? Would you like to help CFINE deliver an exciting new project? Then this could be just the opportunity for you! CFINE are looking for volunteers to get involved in our latest initiative. ‘Tuk In’ is a mobile community café that will be run out of the back of an electric Tuk Tuk, using fresh in date food that would have otherwise been destined for landfill, it will visit various community hubs around the city. ‘Tuk In’ will combat food poverty and food waste, and it will also make services available through CFINE accessible to customers. We need Drivers, Cooks, and Servers for this exciting project and all help is greatly appreciated. If you are interested, email Sean on or call on 01224596156

CFINE are looking for volunteer drivers for our latest initiative, ‘Tuk In Community Café’ (3-wheel electric vehicle). ‘Tuk In’ is a method of delivering low cost, tasty, healthy food to communities with high instances of food poverty. By taking advantage of surplus food redirected from landfill the café will work to ameliorate food poverty, make available CFINE services, and play a part in developing communities. All help is greatly appreciated. If you are interested, email Sean on or call on 01224 596156