How many places are on offer?
At the start of the pandemic, the Marcus Garvey Action Group stepped up to try to ensure that no-one was left out. They have kept going and are now the only organisation to offer delivery of African-Caribbean food across the city. You can help by becoming a delivery driver for a couple of hours a week.
Using your own vehicle, you will be safely delivering food from the group's base in St Anns to designated vulnerable people.
You will be volunteering between about 12 noon and 2 pm on Sundays. If you do every week, that would be great, but even if you're only available occasionally, that will make a huge difference to the many older and vulnerable people that you are supporting.
Skills and Qualifications:
You will need to have your own vehicle, or the use of one
You must have a full driving licence
You must adhere to the Marcus Garvey Action Group's policies about social distancing and safety for yourself and for the vulnerable people you are supporting
This grid shows when you can volunteer for this opportunity.
You must be a driver
This is a driving role, but please talk to us about your access needs.
We will try to respond to volunteer enquiries within one week
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