Meet Mark, one of the founders of the White Feather Project, and one of the managers of the team.
Mark has worked since the 13th March 2020, initially helping get hot meals to the elderly and vulnerable, then once 6th June 2020 came, opened our first Community Shop at St Alphonsus Church Hall.
Mark is the guiding spirit to the team, and allows the team to work together so well, his decisions and golden heart has lead the team to deliver over 6000 food parcels to the people of the Tees Valley,
Meet Karen, one of the founding members of the team, and manager. She runs our second hub, at the Old TA centre on Longlands Road.
Her passion to help, drives the team forward, and her no nonsense attitude keeps the team in check (even Mark) and the team appreciate it.
Lynn joined the team in June when the White Feather Project started the food parcels, and community shops.
Lynn is our head driver, and her will do attitude, enables hundreds of food parcels to go out every week. She is a driving force to the team, and to the community.
Lynn also sorts our storage, mascots, collects donations, meets with people and is an invaluable member of the team.
Talie has been with the team since August 2020, running our website, social media, forms for food parcels.
Talie’s dedication to the team, along with the others sees her working 7 days a week behind the scenes, answering emails, messages and interacting with people.
Talie loves what she does and along side her work on Teesside Help she is a full time mum of two girls.
Louise joined the team in June 2020 when we first opened the community shop at the church hall. One of the quieter members of the team, but by no means shy, she’s wonderfully helpful and always ready to go.
Currently managing the Kings roads unit, and ensuring the food parcels, are correct, she’s one of the ones keeping everything in order while being a friendly member of the team.
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