Volunteers needed for student Oasis Breakfast Club

December 5th, 2022

The university is looking for colleague volunteers to help deliver our free Oasis Breakfast Club for students, run by the Chaplaincy Team.

To help students with the current rising cost of living, a free breakfast and support service will be available every morning before the start of lectures.

Staff are needed to help out from Monday to Friday, 7.30am – 10am in A29 Portland Building, with:

  • Setting up breakfast items
  • Welcoming and chatting to students
  • Signposting to other welfare support, if needed
  • Helping to tidy away
  • Tracking attendees and contributing to evaluation processes

If you are interested in volunteering, please clear it with your line manager first to discuss adjusting hours to help, before contacting Laura Henderson.

You will then be added to a Teams site where you can sign up to the rota.

The Oasis Breakfast Club, is a collaborative project between the Chaplaincy Team, the Students’ Union and Students and Campus Life Team.

Students in self-catered accommodation can also find free cereal bars, smoothies and more at the breakfast club.

This is also available on Sutton Bonington for all students.

Students should keep an eye on our Residential Experience webpage as these events will take place once every two weeks.

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