Hosting Volunteer

What You'll Do: 

You’ll serve food, share a meal with our guests, encourage conversation, and clear up after the meal. You’ll be supported by a FoodCycle Project Leader, who will help you to develop your hosting skills.

You don’t need to have any previous experience – you just need to get stuck in!

What You'll Learn: 
✓ Teamwork: you’ll work as part of a team to prep the venue, serve a delicious meal, and clear up afterwards. ✓ Relationship building: you'll build lasting relationships with guests, ensuring they come back each week. ✓ Hosting: you’ll support front of house duties, serving food and demonstrating good customer service skills. ✓ Fundraising: you’ll have the opportunity to participate in fundraising activities, like pop ups and sponsored challenges, to help raise vital funds to support your Project.
What We're Looking For: 
✓ Have bags of enthusiasm! ✓ Follow all FoodCycle policies and procedures – including the volunteer agreement. ✓ Follow all training you receive when registering with us. ✓ Support FoodCycle to fulfil its mission of nourishing communities with food and conversation.
Summary
Volunteering
Middlesbrough
0 Weeks Minimum
0 Hours / Week
Requirements: 
Over 18

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