International Women’s Day at FareShare: Meet Betsy
4 March 2019
4 March 2019
It’s International Women’s Day this Friday and, to celebrate, we’re shining a light on some of the amazing woman at FareShare.
Throughout this week, we’ll be sharing stories from women who are working to make a difference across the charity, from volunteering in the FareShare Regional Centres, to heading up our national campaigns.
Today we’re catching up with Betsy, who volunteers in the office at FareShare Sussex. “I volunteer to keep me busy, mentally occupied,” she says. “To meet new people and also to be socially useful.”
And what’s Betsy’s message for International Women’s Day?
“There are some great women here, let’s have some more,” she says. “FareShare is a welcoming, inclusive organisation, working really hard to accommodate people’s individual skills and needs.”
Whether you’re in work or retired, student or graduate – there’s role at FareShare for anyone who wants to make a difference. Find out more about volunteering here.
“FareShare is a welcoming, inclusive organisation, working really hard to accommodate people’s individual skills and needs.”
2 May 2019
Natasha has been volunteering at FareShare Lancashire and Cumbria for two months. Her role includes working in the warehouse, picking packing and sorting, as well as taking orders in the office. Natasha has been unemployed over 10 years, and, for her, volunteering is a great way to gain the skills and confidence she needs to get back into work.
5 March 2019
Today we’re sharing another story from the women of FareShare and today it’s Ashley, a warehouse volunteer from FareShare Sussex.
27 February 2019
Steve’s volunteering with FareShare Sussex helped him land a driver position with the Regional Centre, a new role created thanks to Asda funding.