How does FareShare Work?
FareShare takes surplus food…Giving food
Thousands of tonnes from the food industry – good food that would otherwise go to waste.
redistributes it around the country…Where to find us
There are 20 FareShare Regional Centres across the UK from Aberdeen to Brighton.
Where it is used by partner charities…Getting food
2,489 of them including breakfast clubs, homeless hostels and women’s refuges.
… to help feed those who need it.Get involved
The food provided by FareShare contributes towards 18.3 million meals per year.
- Fowler Welch teams up with FareShare to reduce food waste
The supply chain specialist is offering logistical support to clients along the South Coast, to help them transport surplus food to FareShare's network.
- Yeo Valley turns surplus plums into Left-Yeovers yogurt
The limited edition Plum and Custard yoghurt will go on sale in November, with 10p from every pot being donated to FareShare.
- FareShare wins two IGD awards for FareShare FoodCloud
FareShare and Tesco won the Sustainable Futures Award and FareShare's Kris Gibbon-Walsh scooped the Leading Light Award at the grocery industry's 'Oscars'
- Leading charities launch End Hunger UK campaign
FareShare has joined forces with 12 other charities to start a national conversation about what needs to change to tackle UK hunger.
- Lunch with Ronnie and the regulars at the Cosy Crow Cafe
The Cosy Crow's homemade meals, made using surplus food from FareShare North East, proved a big hit with the local older community in Gateshead.
- Let’s be heroes against UK hunger 1-3 December
Registration is now open! Sign up to volunteer for FareShare at this December's Neighbourhood Food Collection and help us fight hunger in the UK.