Our goal is to connect good people with good food. We advertise sustainable food jobs and training opportunities to help jobseekers and employers find each other.
The Real Bread Campaign
Home-based / Virtual
Unpaid Volunteer Part-time Remote working
The Real Bread Campaign is recruiting a new batch of champions and YOU could be one of them!
Great but not essential is having some knowledge and/or experience in one or more areas relevant to our aims and work. These range from grain research and growing to milling, domestic bread making, professional baking, health and nutrition, social and community enterprise, local economy and mental health to therapeutic baking and beyond.
We invite everyone living anywhere on the planet who identifies with the above and feels they can fulfil the role to volunteer to be a Campaign ambassador.
We particularly welcome volunteers whose inclusion will help to broaden the diversity (in all senses - who and where you are and how you fit into the world of Real Bread) of the people who will help to shape and represent the Campaign over the coming years. We strongly encourage Black People and other People of Colour, and people who self-identify as belonging to any other group historically underrepresented in and by the Campaign, to volunteer.
Real Bread Campaign ambassador is an honorary, unpaid volunteering role. Our ambassadors are visible and vocal representatives of our work who help the Campaign coordinator to:
Ambassadors also are invited to provide the Campaign coordinator with feedback, advice and informed opinion.
Ambassadors carry out this ongoing activity wherever in the world they are. In addition ambassadors typically meet (virtually or in person) three to four times a year, and are also invited to join the Campaign’s working party, a group of behind-the-scenes advisors, which also meets three to four times a year.
Please mention Roots to Work when applying for these jobs
About The Real Bread Campaign
Run by the food and farming charity Sustain, the Campaign finds and shares ways to make bread better for us, better for our communities and better for the planet.