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Jobs & Volunteering


Executive Director

London, United Kingdom
Salary: £50,000 – £55,000 + pension 5 days per week. Pro rata for 4 days per week
Closing date: 4th November 2016

Can you inspire and catalyse an international movement for change? Build and harness momentum on an issue of global importance?

Do you know how to empower people to challenge entrenched power systems and enact the positive solutions to neglected environmental problems?

Do you have a track record of leadership, of winning ambitious campaigns, managing growth, forging alliances and partnerships and attracting support?

Feedback – a fast-growing, hard-hitting, award-winning campaigning organisation – is seeking an exceptional Executive Director to help shape and implement our ambitious strategy to transform the global food system and end food waste.

This is one of the most forward thinking roles in the environment sector right now. It has clear challenges for a leader to transform the organisation and its campaigns for even greater impact at a crucial stage of its development. And it offers fun and adventure in the leadership role of an amazing team reinventing ways to engage and inspire people to take action and pressure companies and governments to change their policies and practice.

More information can be found in the application pack here.

To apply please email a CV and cover letter to Quinton at [email protected]


Fundraising Coordinator – Major Appeals

London, United Kingdom
Salary: £26000-28000 pro rata, depending on experience
Days: 3 or 4 days per week
Closing date: 14th November 2016

The Fundraising Coordinator – Major Appeals, will play a key role in building the organisation’s capacity for fundraising from individual donors and help to develop other key income streams including digital fundraising.

The successful candidate will be responsible for  planning events, researching donors and monitoring the overall progress of the major donors appeal. The postholder will work to engage supporters, create connections and develop the organisation’s networks.

Apply here.


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Campaign Volunteers

We rely on volunteer power to pull off all our celebratory and fun events. We offer a great opportunity to directly address the global food waste challenge, while having fun and meeting other like-minded people.

From food feasts to gleaning farmers’ fields, Feedback is a dynamic organisation with a host of volunteer opportunities. Please get in touch directly with the campaigns below.


Feedback is the umbrella for our three main campaigns: Feeding the 5000, the Gleaning Network UK and The Pig Idea

Keen to help out here? Please get in touch by sending an email to [email protected]


Feeding the 5000

Feeding the 5000 is our flagship campaigning event, a fabulous celebratory feast drawing attention to the amount of edible food thrown away.

Interested in volunteering at our delicious, fun-filled food fests? If so, please email [email protected] Remember to include your location and any specific skills or interests.


We rely on amazing volunteers to assist in building the movement. To help make our events happen, sign up to Volunteer at one of our US events this Fall


Gleaning Network UK

The Gleaning Network UK is revitalising the ancient practise of gleaning, collecting leftover crops from farmers’ fields after harvest. We work across the UK and are currently expanding into Europe.

Are you an individual and want to become a modern day gleaner? Fill in this form and we will let you know when there’s a gleaning day near you.

Or are you a farmer with surplus produce or a redistribution charity and want to become part of Gleaning Network UK? Or do you have an enquiry about the Gleaning Network UK? Get in touch with Martin at: [email protected]


The Pig Idea

The Pig Idea is a campaign that aims to encourage the use of food waste for feeding pigs.

Are you interested in helping to get pigs at the forefront of the next food recycling revolution? Get in touch with us here: thepigidea.org