volunteer at kindling hq
We need your help in our office in Manchester! If you fancy volunteering with us but don't want to get mucky mitts, then there are plenty of ways you can help. From social media analysis, to web design, proofreading and reporting writing. Whatever your skills are, we could use your help!
We will be needing lots of volunteers to help with our Community Shares campaign for the Kindling Farm when it launches in 2021. So sign up to our e-news to hear about volunteer opportunities and to find out more.
Do you have some free time and enjoy organising, have administrative skills and like working with a friendly bunch of people?
Then why not come and help us out in our office in Ancoats, Manchester. We can always use an extra pair of hands behind the scenes to keep our project running smoothly.
So if you have a spare day or would like to help out a little more long-term then get in touch and we can find you a role with us that plays to your strengths and you will enjoy.
If you would like to get a feel for what working with us is like and what you could help with then have a read of Hayley's experience as our summer intern.
Have you got a free day or afternoon and are interested in helping us with our events?
We hold events throughout the year that we could always use a hand with.
Whether that's helping out with stalls at volunteer and farming fairs or helping with logistics for our in house events like our annual Open Farm Sunday.
So if this sounds like something you are interested in, click below to get in touch.
Do you have research skills and want to help us create a fairer food system?
Then you might consider helping us with research that drives our projects and helps us show others why our work is so important.
We are always blown away by the interest that students, researchers and universities take in our work, and where possible we try to accommodate research interests. However, this is not always possible and our time as a small team is stretched.
If you are interested in doing research with us, please take a look at our online publications and website and read the Academic Research Policy below, before getting in touch.