Become a Project Coordinator and set up a Hygiene Bank

A Project Coordinator is the leader that sets up and runs a Hygiene Bank project in an area, managing the whole process from setting up drop off points, collecting and sorting donations to delivering them to local partners. All our hygiene bank projects are launched in partnership with local volunteers, church groups and communities, because these are best placed to meet local needs.

Becoming a Project Coordinator is a unique opportunity to gain a whole range of skills and experience, make new friends and gains the satisfaction of working in a team to lead a successful project that makes a real difference in your community.

Projects are asked to make a set up contribution of £600. This contribution can be raised via fundraising and helps towards the costs of printing and delivering all assets and on-going support from Head Office.

What we offer

When you join The Hygiene Bank network, we will provide:

  • Operating guides
  • Ongoing support from Head Office
  • Branded marketing assets and access to artwork
  • ID badges
  • Funding for 3 DBS checks
  • An online members area of the website and access to online forum
  • Data recording system
  • Corporate relationships – products donated by partnership schemes