Meet our office and warehouse team at FareShare Cymru
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Sarah was one of the founding directors, playing a lead role in establishing FareShare in South Wales and has headed up FareShare Cymru since 2012. Working with the Board of Trustees, Sarah has the overall responsibility for the leadership, management and strategic direction of the charity. She is excited about the growth plans for the charity over the coming months and years to ensure that FareShare Cymru plays a major part in tackling food waste and food insecurity issues.
Gerry heads a team which manages the day-to-day operation of the depot including food safety, health and safety, intake, storage and delivery of food and providing a framework in which our volunteers can learn new skills and work efficiently as a team.
Katie joined FareShare Cymru in January 2018 and looks after all of our charity members. If you’re interested in setting up a new food project, receiving food from us, changing your membership or want to find out what is going on in your area, get in touch!
Dan used to volunteer as a van driver but is now working full time as Assistant Operations Manager. His role involves recording and preparing the food we receive from food manufacturers and supermarket distribution centres for local organisations and communities throughout South Wales.
Chloe is responsible for creating partnerships within the Welsh food industry to build new surplus food channels. Chloe works with food businesses to create a simple surplus food redistribution process, to ensure that no edible food goes to waste, and most importantly is diverted to Wales’ most vulnerable people.
Rhiannon is the Community Coordinator for the FareShare Go project covering South Wales and Gloucestershire. This project connects organisations to local supermarkets to collect their unsold good to eat surplus food at the end of the day for free.
Community Coordinator for Merseyside and North Wales
I am the Community Coordinator for Merseyside and North Wales. This entails signing up CFMs, looking after their needs and covid permitting carrying out twice annually visits to the CFMs sites to seek opportunities to increase their capacity to take more food.
I am responsible for undertaking annual food safety checks within the agreed timeframe.
Heather works with Katie to look after all our charity members. Heather is also working on improving the environmental management of the depot. If you’d like more information about become a charity member or are thinking about setting up a food project, get in touch!
Simon was with the Wales Co-operative Centre for 18 years (7 as CEO) and is a Board member of the WCVA. Currently employed in the public sector with the Competition and Markets Authority. Joined Board of Fareshare Cymru in 2016 and became Chair in 2020.
Yes! I want to receive occasional email updates about FareShare Cymru’s work, including news, events and fundraising.