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
2,029 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 16.2 million meals per year.
- Fareshare boss calls for pragmatic approach to fundraising regulation
Lindsay Boswell, CEO of FareShare UK, comments on the recent Etherington Report into the regulation of fundraising in the latest Charity Times.
- The rewards of being corporate volunteers
FareShare Hull and Humber is asking more local businesses to put staff forward for volunteering days.
- Coming together at the FareShare Conference 2015
We're fresh back from our annual FareShare meet up where we took time to reflect on our highlights of the past year and plan for the next one.
- Why we should all be foodbankers, says FareShare CEO
"Food banking fuels my desire to make a difference. It just drives me from the moment I wake up to the moment I go home."
- FareShare Cymru South Wales celebrates good placing in business awards
FareShare Cymru South Wales has won a Highly Commended in the Green Business category at the inaugural Cardiff Business Awards held on Friday 18 September 2015.