An opportunity to make a difference to
individuals and families in short term financial
crisis across the Canterbury City Council District.
Canterbury Food Bank CIO (CFB) is a community project
and registered charity providing emergency (three-day)
food parcels to individuals and families in short term
financial crisis across the Canterbury City Council
District (Canterbury, Whitstable, Herne Bay and
CFB has been operating since 2012 and currently has 6
Trustees from a variety of backgrounds. The Charity is
looking for additional volunteers to join the Board of
Trustees. CFB is keen to hear from people with skills
in relevant areas including but not limited to,
Finance, HR and IT who are interested in joining this
exciting and rewarding project.
The Trustees meet for about one and a half hours once
each month and a volunteer will need approximately 6
hours each month to devote to CFB Trustee work. The
Trustees have ultimate responsibility for the
Governance of the Charity.
If you would like to find out more about this
opportunity please contact our Treasurer, Graham Bough
on firstname.lastname@example.org Canterbury Food Bank Van Drivers We are looking for volunteers who can drive
the CFB van in Whitstable on a Thursday morning. It
wouldn’t necessarily be every week as we have a rota
The diesel van is a Citroen Relay 35 L3 H2 120
Enterprise Van. It is 6 metres long, 2.5 metres wide
and 2.5 metres high. Previous experience of
van driving, minibus driving or driving larger
vehicles would be essential, however no special
driving licence is required. The van driver
would also be required to help pack the van with food
parcels and unload at the distribution cafe.
Canterbury Food Bank - Van Driver Assistants Canterbury Food Bank requires volunteers to
assist the van driver with manoeuvres. The driver
assistant would accompany the van driver and help when
manoeuvring the van and reversing. No driving is
required, this is visual assistance. The assistant
would also be required to help pack and unpack the
food parcels from the van and assist in emptying the
Volunteer team members needed for our ‘Soup
Cellar’ project in Whitstable The ‘Soup Cellar’ is a project in Whitstable
serving free homemade soup.
We are looking for volunteers to join our team on a
Wednesday between 10.30 and 2.30 at Whitstable Baptist
Church, Middle Wall. We need volunteers to help cook
the soup and also volunteers to help serve and chat to
our customers. Not every week as there is a rota in
Please get in touch with Kath on email@example.com for
more information or to arrange a visit.
Training and support will be given.
We are looking for seasonal packers to help in
the warehouse on a Friday afternoon
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