Volunteers aged 18+ are required to help staff to prepare and organise the distribution of food packages before delivery to the vulnerable people and families within the South Wales area.
Duties can include:
- To help Safer Wales staff prepare and organise the food packages for the volunteer drivers to distribute around South Wales
- To contact service users prior to deliveries
- To organise packages appropriately for volunteer drivers
- To safely pass packages to volunteer drivers
- Report any relevant information as appropriate to the project
- To ensure health, safety and social distancing measure are followed
- Ensuring that the prep room has been appropriately cleaned and tidied before, during and after prep
- To ensure procedures and guidelines are followed
- To complete any monitoring forms as required
Face masks and hand sanitisers will be provided as will social distancing.
Safer Wales Volunteering Service supports Safer Wales projects in helping victims of domestic abuse, sexual violence, and sexual exploitation. For the last 20 years we have been working with victims of domestic violence, rape, sexual abuse, exploitation and hate crime. In response to the Coronavirus pandemic, Safer Wales have received funding from the Moondance foundation to deliver food parcels to the most vulnerable during these difficult times until October 31st (subject to funding).
Time commitment: A suggested minimum commitment to the project of one morning/afternoon a week (Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday). A day can consist of delivery hours between 9am and 5pm.
Expenses reimbursed: Travel expenses are reimbursed.
Training provided: Volunteers will receive all necessary support and information through e-mail, telephone calls and zoom meetings including an induction as face to face training is unable to take place.
Selection procedures: An informal discussion, application form completion and references.