North London Depot
Our North London depot is located in Enfield (EN1 1SH).
Click this button and Volunteer with us and you will experience a real buzz.
The time that you give will make a real difference to sustainability and to the planet by helping the Enfield depot to rescue more than 25 tonnes of food each week, food that would otherwise have gone to landfill.
At the same time you will be feeding the most disadvantaged in society by helping the depot to distribute over 50,000 free meals worth of food each week to charities and schools.
Every hour that you give stops another 50kg of food from going to landfill and also ensures that enough food for another 100 meals is delivered to those who need it most. The roles are great fun and really rewarding, with recipient charities and schools enthusing about the work we all do and the impact that it has on their members and pupils.
We have really flexible shifts and are looking for daytime volunteers for mornings or afternoons from Monday through Saturday.
You can volunteer as little or often as you like. We need drivers, co-drivers, warehouse workers to help sort and prepare the food, and we also need admin help.
Just click on "fill in an application" to sign up and we will contact you shortly afterwards.
We are only a short walk from both Bush Hill Park and Southbury overground stations; which are only 10 mins from Seven Sisters on the Victoria line.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
Sam, Damien & Paul
More than eight million people in the UK struggle to afford to eat every day, while our food industry generates 100,000 tonnes of edible food waste each year.
We rescue good food that cannot be sold and would otherwise go to waste. This is high-quality and nutritious, including a high proportion of fresh fruit and vegetables, baked goods, salads, meat and fish. We collect or receive food from suppliers, including supermarkets, wholesalers, farms, restaurants and delis.
We sort and then deliver this food to charities that cook meals and prepare food parcels for vulnerable people and to primary schools to distribute to children and their families.