We’re always on the lookout for new volunteers and everyone is welcome – whether you’re a culinary expert or you’d like to pick up some tips, there is a job for you! We provide training in Food Safety and opportunities for personal development through the Liverpool Guild of Students volunteer development package.
We’re also on the lookout for new Hub Leaders to join the FoodCycle Liverpool team, helping to not only run our weekly cooking sessions but also taking the lead in managing all aspects of our FoodCycle Hub, from co-ordinating other volunteers, managing relationships with food donors, and community fundraising, to community engagement, marketing, PR and social media.
We currently have opportunities to join the team – have a look at the Hub Leader page for more information.
The Liverpool Hub cooks every Wednesday at St Cleopas Church (Beresford Road, Toxteth, L8 4SG). We will be serve a healthy three-course meal at 7pm each week.
Our Hub serves hearty and healthy meals for vulnerable people in a safe environment. If you could help us to provide a meal for someone today, please donate just £3.
Hello - we’re the Liverpool FoodCycle Hub! We're delighted to have partnered up with St Cleopas Church in Toxteth to provide a healthy, three-course meal every Wednesday evening. Register as a volunteer below to receive updates through our mailing list, or get in touch with us at [email protected]
Location & opening hours
St Cleopas Church, Beresford Road, Toxteth, L8 4SG | Directions
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