Haringey Food Network

This network is made up of community organisations that offer food-related services as part of their overall offer to residents such as food aid, food growing, food education, schools, local businesses. The network engages with partners and stakeholders such as Haringey Council, Citizen’s Advice Haringey, GLA, Sustain, Haringey Community Food Network (HCFN). These organisations come together to support each other, identify upcoming challenges and share knowledge, news and ideas with the ongoing mission to tackle food injustice.

There are a wide range of opportunities to get involved with organisations in Haringey that offer a food service to their communities. The roles are varied as food is often only one element of what they do; food is what connects us. Groups can often be flexible with their volunteer roles so do get in touch with them directly to ask.

Haringey Community Food Network has a website www.hcfn.org.uk where you can find out more about their member groups and how to join their efforts to tackle food injustice.

If you’d like to advertise your volunteering opportunities please get in touch [email protected] and if you have any paid roles please email [email protected]


     

Bounds Green Food Bank - Trustee Treasurer and Finance Volunteer

Do you have any experience in finance? Could you help support people in food poverty?

Bounds Green Food Bank are urgently looking for a Treasurer and a Volunteer Finance Administrator/Bookkeeper. 

Click below to find out more, or email them for further info…

More Information     Email


Tottenham Foodbank - Volunteers

Tottenham Foodbank is a grassroots food aid organisation supporting individuals and families who are at crisis point or trapped in a cycle of poverty.

They are looking for volunteers to help in the food bank centre, warehouse and with data protection. 

Click below to find out more about each role and how to apply...

Food Bank Centre     Warehouse Assistant    Data Protection Officer


Selby Food Hub Volunteers

Selby Food Hub are looking for volunteers to help with a range of regular Food Hub tasks including:

  • collection of food
  • taking in deliveries
  • moving crates
  • sorting and packing
  • distribution

Shifts are between Monday-Thursday between 11-4.30pm and based at Selby Food Hub, The Pavilion, Selby Centre, Selby Road, Tottenham, N17 8JL.

As a volunteer you will have an induction, a DBS check and further training opportunities.

For more information Email


Community Cook Up - Volunteers

Community Cook Up are looking for volunteers with skills in any of the following: 

  • Bookkeeping
  • Support with accounts
  • Group work
  • Advice and support work
  • Welfare benefits
  • Counselling
  • Social media
  • Mentoring
  • Haircutting
  • Wellbeing activities including art, music, textiles, recycling

They also need volunteers with cars for food collection and distribution. 

If you can help with any of these roles click below to email Alison Davy to find out more…


Wolves Lane Centre - Food Growing Volunteers

Want to learn how to grow your own food, free of nasty industrial fertilisers and pesticides? Want to connect with your local community?  Come volunteer with the Wolves Lane Centre food growing crew! 

Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 10.00-1.00pm we water, plant, propagate and grow organic produce and plants in our community centre, 15 mins from Wood Green station. We are especially looking for green fingered helpers on Wednesday's so if you have availability we can't wait to meet you. 

Click below to find out more and to sign up for a volunteer induction…

More Information     Sign Up