Volunteers – Good Food Lewisham

 

Good Food Lewisham, a network of people passionate about transforming the local food system, is calling for people to volunteer in one of many community food projects in Lewisham.

Volunteers can help provide healthy food for children, nutritious meals for older people, and supply families and individuals with the essential groceries they need to stay healthy and strong. Roles available include food delivery drivers (by car or bike), food packers, cooks, hosts for community meals, community food growers and gardeners.

 

“We are currently experiencing a drastic increase in the demand for our service…

 which can be overwhelming for a small organisation like ours.”

Stella Headley

Founder, RMUK Wellbeing

“The best part about volunteering is that it’s rewarding for everyone involved. Not only will you be helping those struggling with food insecurity, but it will highly benefit you as well, such as making new friends and learning new skills!” 

Bettina Ganser

Volunteering Coordinator, Lewisham Local

Volunteers can help provide healthy food for children, nutritious meals for older people, and supply families and individuals with the essential groceries they need to stay healthy and strong. Roles available include food delivery drivers (by car or bike), food packers, cooks, hosts for community meals, community food growers and gardeners.

To find out more, email: volunteering@lewishamlocal.com 

 

While volunteers make up the bread and butter of Lewisham’s united response against food poverty, donations are greatly appreciated as well.

If you don’t have time to volunteer but are keen to support, consider donating to Lewisham’s Cost of Living Crisis Appeal.

Find out more!

 

“Whether you can donate to Lewisham’s Cost-of-Living Crisis Appeal, or pick up a couple of extra essentials at the shop and put them in the food bank donation box, every contribution helps.”

Sam Hawksley

CEO, Lewisham Local

Would you like to become a lifeline in London?

By volunteering, you could make a difference.

How to volunteer