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Community Fridge Volunteer

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Organisation:Leicestershire County Council 

Working Hours: Flexible 

Salary:Volunteer - Pro-Rata 

Appointment Type:Casual 

Location:Children and Families Wellbeing Service, Leicestershire County Council, County Hall, Leicester, Leics, LE3 8RA 


Closing date:02 April 2021 at midnight 

The Children and Family Wellbeing Centres’ focus is to support families to give children the best possible start in life. We want our centres to be safe, supportive and welcoming environments at all times. We respect each other and appreciate differences in cultural backgrounds, disability, gender, religion and specific need. We always aim to work with families in a way which promotes their inclusion, welfare and development and ask that our volunteers do to the same.
There are centres in different locations across Leicestershire:
  • Blaby, Oadby and Wigston
  • Melton and Market Harborough
  • Charnwood
  • Hinckley and Bosworth
  • North West Leicestershire
Each of these areas have a number of centres that run groups including Parent Led Stay & Play groups, these are universal groups for all families with children 0-19 years.
Community Fridge Volunteer
Food waste is a big issue in the UK and beyond. It’s estimated that a third of all food gets wasted. Most of this is avoidable and could have been eaten had it been better managed.
The Community Fridges help to cut food waste, build stronger bonds within the community and redistribute good quality food. There are many ways you can support the Community Fridge:
  • help find businesses to donate food to the fridge
  • collection of food from donors
  • cleaning, stock monitoring
  • local fridge promotion and organising events to support the fridge and the local community.
Volunteer Person Specification
The Leicestershire Children and Family Wellbeing Service requires volunteers who have attributes from the following:
  • Positive, willing and enthusiastic.
  • Able to act without prejudices and be non-judgmental.
  • Supportive and encouraging.
  • Listen and be sensitive to needs of others.
  • Able to give a minimum of 12 months commitment.
  • Willingness to develop own personal skills further.
  • Reliable, punctual and patient.
  • Experience relevant to the role.
Volunteer Expectations
  • To maintain principles of confidentiality, data protection and professional boundaries.
  • To work at all times within the Children and Family Wellbeing Service’s Equal Opportunities Policy.
  • To work at all times according to the Children and Family Wellbeing Service Health and Safety regulations.
  • To complete relevant paperwork as required - dependent on role.
  • To attend relevant community events
  • To attend regular support group and supervision meetings.
  • To undertake training and on-going training.
  • To have a full, clean, UK driving licence and appropriate insurance (some roles require business insurance), your own vehicle or ability to travel around the county - if appropriate for the role.
Acceptance onto this project is subject to satisfactory references and Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checks.
To apply please complete our online application form here

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