31st August 2017
Volunteering as a student is a great way to build transferable skills through hands-on experience.There are lots of ways to get involved, from sorting food in our warehouses to helping in the office to working with our national team on research, marketing or fundraising.
We have flexible shifts available throughout the week so that you can fit volunteering around your studies too. You’ll be joining our community of student volunteers working together to fight hunger and food waste in the UK. To hear from some of them, watch our videos below as they talk about what they like about volunteering at FareShare and the skills that they have gained.
We’re always looking for new volunteers to join our team. Find out more and sign up on our volunteering page.
“I get to meet new people and it’s an opportunity to get out of the Uni bubble.”
Katy, student volunteer
“It levels up your social skills and team working, which is really important when thinking about employability further on in your life.”
Viivi, student volunteer
15th August 2017
Student Chisom shares how she fits volunteering in the warehouse with FareShare around her studies.
27th July 2017
Josephine credits volunteering at FareShare with restoring the confidence she lost after her parents passed away. She started volunteering as a driver at FareShare West Midlands in 2013. Read her story.
27th July 2017
As a volunteer driver Rory delivers good food and hope to good causes across the capital. In this film he tells us what he enjoys about hitting the road in a FareShare van.