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 are checked on their food hygiene knowledge.
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
if you’re interested in becoming a volunteer Cook, you can get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 01273 234810 to join the next open evening where you can find out more about the sign up process with Together Co, hear from current volunteers about their experience and have a chance to ask any questions you may have.
Or, if your keen to get started straight away, call our partners in the scheme, Together Co on 01273 775888 to sign up.
Refer a Diner
To refer a Diner to the Casserole Club scheme, please get in contact with our partner Together Co on 01273 775888
Frequently Asked Questions
FAQ about Casserole Club project