Volunteers are the beating heart of Pembroke House. Although our buildings are closed and face-to-face activities are paused, volunteers are more important than ever.
Since Covid-19 struck, 300 volunteers at the Walworth Community Food Hub have prepared and delivered almost 20,000 food packages to local residents in need. While we’re not taking on new Food Hub volunteers right now, you can register your interest and we’ll let you know when we’re recruiting again.
We also have other roles coming up all the time, including some that can be done from home. During the crisis, volunteers have been helping with everything from data entry and phone support to fundraising and graphic design.
We offer a safe environment for all Food Hub volunteers, with strict procedures for hygiene, social distancing and safeguarding.
Once you’ve registered with us, we’ll send you current vacancies regularly. Keep an eye out for roles that might interest you.
In normal times, volunteers help support and deliver our programme of face-to-face activities.
Whether it’s helping prepare and serve a meal at our weekly Lunch Club, running a craft group for local people or tending our community garden, volunteering is essential for our work to continue.
We look forward to when we can re-open our buildings and once again meet in person. If you think you’d like to help out with one of our regular activities, join our mailing list to receive future updates about our work.