Pantry Stock Control & Food Distribution
Hosted by: Worsbrough Community Pantry

What does Worsbrough Community Pantry do?
We know that times are difficult, and we want to help people before they reach crisis point.
Worsbrough Community Pantry is not a foodbank; we simply offer good food at an affordable price. Individuals can access Worsbrough Community Pantry for a weekly fee of £3.00 and receive food items up to the value of £15.
The Pantry is run by volunteers at Worsbrough Community Church with support and funding from the Worsbrough Ward Alliance
What do Pantry Support volunteers do?
Pantry volunteers will support the operation of the Community Pantry, for the role of stock and distribution this will include the following:
• Stocking, replenishing and rotating food shelves, including perishable and non-perishable items
• Serving Community Pantry customers
• Updating the itemised stock list as items are taken

Location: Worsbrough Community Church, High Street, Worsbrough, Barnsley, S70 4SG
Support and supervision from: Pantry Trustees
Time Commitment: Wednesday’s between the hours of
11.15am– 1.45pm*
* All roles and time commitments are fully flexible and can be tailored to the availability of the volunteer. However, we do ask that where possible the hours per session and the frequency of volunteering, i.e weekly or fortnightly etc, remain consistent. This is to help pantry trustees create a regular rota

Days required: Weds AM, Weds PM

How many volunteers are needed:

3

Recruitment process:

If you are interested in applying for this position, the next step is to complete our application form.
For an application form, please contact, Michelle Toone on MichelleToone@barnsley.gov.uk or 07741168776.

Skills and quaifications:

What we are looking for:

• Ability to communicate confidently and clearly with customers
• Ability to remain calm when involved with challenging individuals and situations
• Understanding of the issues – practical and emotional
• Understanding of the importance of teamwork and a strong commitment to being part of a team
• Ability to develop a rapport with customers
• Reliability, punctuality, and commitment to routine.
• Good communication skills, written and oral.

Support for volunteers

Volunteers receive the following support throughout their volunteering:
• Structured induction and training
• Ongoing support and supervision from the Pantry Trustees
• Access to further training

Type of activity: Community Work, Practical work and DIY