It’s been a busy week at Eat That Frog’s Community Kitchen – but our team have had extra help from some new recruits – volunteers Jack and Jake!
Both men are originally from Torbay and are currently serving in the RAF – but are temporarily back home on stand-by from their usual postings. They contacted Eat That Frog last week because they wanted to help out in the local community until they’re called back on active duty.
They’ve been absolute towers of strength helping out our Community Kitchen team, especially for chef Nina Pierson, who was relieved to have extra hands to look after meal preparation, bagging and home deliveries, as demand for prepared meals increases for the most vulnerable people in Torbay.
Pilot Officer Jack Outterside, usually stationed at RAF Honington in Suffolk, says he wants to help vulnerable people who do not have a voice – he’s also keen to reach out to any veterans in the area who may need support during this time.
His friend and colleague Jack Bolton is a Senior Aircraftsman, usually based at RAF Brize Norton in Oxfordshire, and he told us he’s really keen to give something back for people in need in his home town.
We salute all of our volunteers who are giving up their free time to support less fortunate people in the community – thank you so much for all your help!