Volunteer in a tuckshop

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The old saying “many hands make light work” is never truer than in school tuckshops. Volunteers are a valuable resource for any school tuckshop. They aid in increasing both the efficiency and volume of orders completed. They also allow for increased interaction and feedback from the wider school community.

Volunteers don’t have to spend a whole day at the tuckshop. Parents or members of the wider community can make a real contribution by volunteering for as little as an hour.

Aside from cooking, some schools also have opportunities to help out with tuckshop activities, such as:

  • Packaging food and sorting into class boxes or service displays
  • Sharing new recipes
  • Serving food to students
  • Washing the dishes
  • Cleaning.

You just need to ask.

If you’re interested in volunteering at a local school tuckshop, we would love to hear from you. Complete this Expression of Interest Form, or reach out on (07) 3324 1511.

 

 

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