Glasgow’s Volunteering Charter
Signatory: Food Train Glasgow
Food Train Glasgow has pledged to:
- Create and expand appropriate opportunities for volunteering within Glasgow, and
- Ensure its opportunities are accessible to all sections of the community, and that its volunteering workforce reflects the demographics of the city.
Food Train Glasgow and their Senior Officer have approved the recommendation to make these pledges and agreed the following timescale:
- Food Train Glasgow will publish action plans for fulfilling the Charter pledges above no later than 30th November 2016.
Food Train Glasgow’s senior officer with lead responsibility for volunteering is the organisation’s Chief Executive, Michelle McCrindle