Volunteer Blog: Angus' day in our warehouse, and delivering to charities

By Daisy Nicholls and Nick Clifton

 

Every day volunteers arrive at our depot in Park Royal to redistribute food from suppliers to local charities so it gets to the people who need it most. Earlier this month, we were delighted when Angus came along to help for the day. You can read about Angus’ experience as a first-time volunteer in his 'Our Isles' blog. I hope it inspires you to get involved too! 

 

Our volunteers do half days, full days, or evenings, with no minimum or maximum commitment. All we ask is that you let us know via our online booking system. To let us know that you'd like to volunteer, and to read our Frequently Asked Questions, please visit the Volunteer page on our website

 

Everyone who helps is invaluable; we couldn't do what we do without our wonderful volunteers. Thank you!

 

Daisy Nicholls, Administrative Assistant, The Felix Project

Nick Clifton, Warehouse Coordinator, The Felix Project


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