Our team

Our Food Train family is a wonderful blend of kindness, caring, hard work and commitment to support older people in later life.


Rosie McLuskie, Food Train's new CEO, brings 25 years of Health and Social Care experience and a passion for supporting older people in local communities. With extensive volunteer experience herself, Rosie aims to ensure volunteers feel valued and engaged. She plans to draw on her expertise to support and involve volunteers in shaping the organisation's future. Rosie acknowledges the invaluable contribution of volunteers, recognising that without their dedication, Food Train wouldn't be the lifeline it is for so many.

Headshot of Rosie McLuskie, Food Train CEO
A group photo of Food Train volunteers showing off the Invest in Volunteers accreditation plaque.

Our volunteers

We have over 1500 amazing volunteers across Scotland, bringing friendship and joy to older people’s lives whilst providing much needed practical support. Our volunteers are vital to the success of Food Train and we couldn’t operate without them.

Our staff

Across Scotland, teams of dedicated hard working staff work alongside our fantastic volunteers to plan, coordinate and deliver services to our older members.

Our board

Food Train is governed by a volunteer Board of Trustees who also act as company directors.  Our Chair is Alan Dalziel, Vice Chair is David Brady, working alongside Colette McIntyre, Roger Davis, Emma Connor, Tessa Munro, Helen Blackwell, Bruce Hedley & Scott Macfarlane.