Casserole Club connects people happy to share an extra portion of delicious home-cooked food with neighbours who could benefit from a meal and a friendly chat.
How it works
Casserole Club is a community service supporting people in Brighton & Hove who feel isolated. We put older or vulnerable people in touch with a neighbour who can drop off a free, wholesome meal and have a friendly chat which we hope will become a regular arrangement.
All of our volunteers go though an independent DBS criminal records check and do a food hygiene quiz.
The service aims to reduce social isolation and improve food provision among older generations and vulnerable people whether through disability, illness or loneliness, while creating a better sense of community.
There are several ways you can support Casserole Club in Brighton & Hove.
Become a Cook
- You will need to do a quick, free food safety quiz
- Do an online DBS safety check
- It’s easy to sign up online.
Refer a Diner
- Call 01273 431700 or email, providing the diner’s name and phone number.
- Alternatively you can refer people online.
Frequently Asked Questions
FAQ about Casserole Club project