We are driven by one mission.
What are you interested in?
Our vision is the hope that one day there will no longer be the need for foodbanks in this country, because no charitable organisation can replace the dignity of buying your own food.
Until that day, our mission is to help people in desperate need, by ensuring no adult or child suffers the indignity of hunger – regardless of their race, religion or gender.
We do this by providing emergency food packs, which consist of a varied list of items that can sustain an individual, couple or family for a period of one week. We help clients that are referred to us by the community and especially social workers, so that we can be sure the food we provide is really going to people who need it.
If you feel that you share the same commitment towards our cause, we would love for you to consider joining our team.
The core tasks of our operation are run by a team of volunteers, with a very hands-on Board of Directors always helping in any way possible.
No matter whether it’s our volunteers, employed staff or our senior level directors, everyone involved with Foodbank Lifeline is working towards a common goal: Making a difference.
Would you like to work with us?
We don't have any open positions at the moment.
If you'd like to work with us, we'd like to hear from you anyway.
Get in touch and we will get back to you as soon as we can.
Be a part of the change in our community. Become a volunteer.
Without the support of volunteers, our foodbank would simply cease to operate. This in turn would mean that people in desperate need will go hungry. A situation we work hard every day to avoid.
You CAN help!
Join our team of volunteers and help us make sure that we can keep providing emergency food parcels to individuals, couples and families who truly are in desperate need. There are so many ways to get involved. We’re always open to ideas, but here’s a good list of ways in which our existing volunteers have pitched in which might interest you.
You can make a real difference to people’s lives.