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Fundraisers to friendship: 10 Inspiring FoodCycle stories

We’ve been nourishing communities for ten wonderful years, and over our time we’ve been utterly inspired by the people who make FoodCycle happen – from our guests and volunteers, to our fundraisers and partners. So to celebrate our ripe old age, here are ten things that make us say ‘WOW’.

Why I love being a FoodCycle volunteer in Newcastle

Zoe has given over 150 hours to FoodCycle Monkchester (Newcastle), making their tasty, community meals happen each week.  We asked her why she took the opportunity to join FoodCycle as a volunteer, what being a Project Leader entails and what she most enjoys from her volunteering role. Read on to learn more! 

How being a volunteer boosted my confidence

Mathew Hales is a Project Leader at FoodCycle Birmingham Sutton, one of our newest projects! Here he explains how he came to be involved as a volunteer, what he enjoys about it and how it has helped to build his confidence.

5 Ways to Make a Difference with FoodCycle in 2019

Are you looking to get more involved in your community? To make a difference and meet new people, consider getting involved at FoodCycle! Here are five ways to help us nourish communities and create a society where no-one is hungry on lonely.

10 Reasons to volunteer with FoodCycle in 2019

Are you looking to volunteer in 2019? If you want to meet new people, learn some super skills and have a positive impact in your community, then look no further than FoodCycle! Here are 10 reasons to volunteer with FoodCycle in 2019.

Why I became a volunteer as a student

Are you a student thinking of getting stuck into some volunteering in 2019? Meet Brad Corrigan, a 20 year-old student volunteer who is a Project Leader at FoodCycle Dalston.

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