Lunch Club Assistant

Do you enjoy being part of team, providing support to your local community? If so
Flexible hours Flexible Wakefield West view map

St George's Lunch Club provides a welcoming environment for local residents to enjoy a nutritious home-cooked three course meal, socialize and make new friends. We are looking to recruit volunteers who can support the running of the Lunch Club.

What will I be doing?

  • Preparing and serving meals
  • Setting the tables
  • Washing up
  • Chatting to clients

What do you need from me?

  • The ability to ensure confidentiality
  • Compassionate and able to treat those in need with dignity and respect
  • Passionate about helping people in the local community
  • Flexible, reliable & trustworthy
  • Willing to work alongside other volunteers and staff to ensure the smooth running of the Lunch Club
  • Able to follow our Safeguarding policies

What can St George’s do for me?

  • The opportunity to play a vital role in your local community
  • The chance to meet new people from different backgrounds, make friends and have fun
  • A supportive environment where you can develop your existing skills as well as gain new skills, with a dedicated Volunteer Co-ordinator providing regular one-to-one supervisions
  • Training opportunities such as Food Hygiene, Safeguarding and First Aid


For more information on expenses, please contact St. George's


Men, Older people, Women

Suitable for

People new to volunteering, People volunteering together, People who are older, People who are shy, People working on their wellbeing


Accessible toilet(s)

Minimum age


Skills gained

Catering, Leadership, Listening, Organising, Talking to others, Teamwork

Skills needed




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