Fun Club Food coordinator
The Conservation Volunteers
During school holidays, families are encouraged to come together to cook, play and eat together.
This is an opportunity for members of a community, children and adults alike, to meet in a friendly environment where no money is needed to take part and enjoy fully.
This volunteer role is to enable this much needed scheme to carry on flourish and become sustainable over time.
This role is to support TCV staff in coordinating the FOOD elements of the Fun Club.
You will have the opportunity to:
- contribute suggest yummy healthy recipes
- liaise with supermarkets and organisations who deliver free food within communities
- recruit local helpers to prepare, serve and wash up on the day
- make menu suggestions
- shop for missing ingredients
- help on the day.
This is a coordination role - however you will also have the opportunity to contribute suggest ideas, share skills and knowledge with your community. You will be in touch with partners, other volunteers and members of the community. It is a rich experience that includes a diverse range of flavours and yummy healthy recipes!
Ideally you have some of these skills, experiences or interest:
- knowledge in food (or experience in catering!)
- comfortable in coordinating people and tasks
- team work
- capacity to work alone and make some decisions
- administrative and IT skills
- access to a phone.
- access to a computer
- food hygiene qualification.
- Great CV opportunity for a career in care, social or community sector, project management, food industry, health and well-being ...
- Access free training in 1st Aid, safeguarding, food hygiene, risk assessment, leadership, project management and more.
- Build you confidence and gain a sense of purpose and pride in making a difference in your community in a fun environment!
For this role you will need to be DBS checked due to the nature and age of the audience.
Currently, the sites for the Fun Club are the Lighthouse Church in Adur (Fishersgate) and Anson Road, a Worthing Homes site in Worthing.
Both areas can be reach by bus.
You could decide to only focus on one of the area according to your preference and practicality.
Some degree of IT using email and phone calls are essential for this role.
When do I need to be available?
|Details||The Club usually takes place once per week in both area during the school holidays with the exception of the Summer and Christmas holidays where different arrangement will be made. On site: the usual format is a 11am-2pm. From Home: most of this role can be done from home at your own leisure or from our office in Lancing at agreed time with TCV staff support.|
Where does this role take place?
Anson Road Pocket of green
Off Anson Road
See google map
54 St Aubyn's Rd
- Community Food
- Employment, Education and Training
- Families and Parenting
- Health and Social Care
- Administration and Office
- Cooking and Catering
- Local Events
- Marketing and Media
- Teaching and Training
- Disabled Access
- Equal Opportunities Policy or Statement
expenses will be refund with receipts
- Health and Safety
- Insurance Cover for Volunteers
- Suitable for 13 - 16 years
- Suitable for 16 - 18 years
Suitable for a group of volunteers
This role can be shared within a few people!
- Suitable only for (e.g. 18+, LGBT, BAME, Women only)
- Support on Offer
- This role is adaptable for different abilities