Volunteer with us

Be part of the project, join our friendly community, we offer fulfilling volunteer opportunities tailored to you!

There are opportunities to discover the beauty of the natural world in our green spaces, to help reduce food poverty in our community and increase access to nutritious food and reduce food waste. The green space, café and Hub need you! Together we are building a stronger community – we want everyone to get involved.

Would you like to volunteer with our dynamic team? Full training will be provided and we pride ourselves on being a great team which anyone can be part of. Current roles are shown below.

@ 115A Queensferry Road, Rosyth, KY11 2PS.

Weekday shifts are typically 3hrs in the morning or afternoon, but we can be flexible to
accommodate individual circumstances – you can choose more or less hours to suit you
We also have opportunities on Thursday and Friday evenings, between 4pm and 7pm.

We require:

  • Baristas,
  • Cooks,
  • Table Runners,
  • Kitchen Porters,
  • Meeters & Greeters, and,
  • Food collection and distribution.


Contact derek@eatsrosyth.org.uk with your name, phone No and positions you’re interested in, for more information on these roles, or pop into the hub to leave your details.

We also have flexible opportunities to volunteer in our Community Garden (between 117-119 Park Road, KY11 2QT) and Centenary Orchard (between 126-128 Park Road, KY11 2QT). You could even assist with beekeeping!!

We are also looking for volunteers to assist with the following activities in the Orchard during the summer holidays:

Treetots sessions (pre-school group for children and carers): Mondays – 10am – 11.30pm

Summer picnic (children and carers picnic): Mondays – 1pm – 3pm.


Contact kasia@eatsrosyth.org.uk with your name, phone No and positions you’re interested in for more information on these roles. Or drop into our green spaces and chat to Kasia or one of our volunteers about the project, and how you might like to get involved.

Hamish and Conal are two of our garden volunteers. Here they explain how they found us and why they enjoy being involved with the project.

Fiona is a volunteer in our orchard and garden. Here she talks about finding the project, and what the orchard in particular means to her.