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Love Food Hate Waste are looking for volunteers to help pass on tips to help people across London to waste less food.
We know from our research that giving people the skills, confidence and enthusiasm to go out and pass on the Love Food Hate Waste messages, via businesses, councils and community groups is a really effective way of reaching a lot of people to help them throw less food away.
In London, Love Food Hate Waste is supporting a community lead initiative which they hope will continue for years across . They are looking for volunteers to help pass on Love Food Hate Waste tips and advice on to others, providing as little or as much time as they can. You will receive full training and your local Volunteer Co-ordinator will be there on hand to offer support and advice along the way.
Once you're ready to go these are just some activities you could think about:
...or anything at all to make sure we help as many people as possible across London waste less food, save money and help the environment. Pass on your top tips and advice to friends, family, neighbours and colleagues at home or at work
Using the free, downloadable material on their partners website to put up Love Food Hate Waste posters in your local area (doctor’s surgeries, schools, shops, markets, community centres etc); ask the local press to feature an article about what you are doing; write an article for a local newsletter; organise a stand at a local fair, supermarket, farmer’s market, food fair; use Facebook and Twitter to promote the campaign; write a blog about your experience as a volunteer.
Volunteer Project Worker - Love Food Hate Waste
Telephone: 020 8253 7072
Find us on Facebook: facebook.com/VolunteerCentrecroydon
Follow us on Twitter: www.twitter.co.uk/VCcroydon
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