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
5,589 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 25.8 million meals per year.
- A flipping great pancake day at FareShare
28 February 2017 Thanks to the support of our food partners, FareShare are helping thousands of frontline charities and community groups across the UK celebrate Shrove Tuesday in style. Some of the...
- Watch: “You feel like you’ve done something good”
People volunteer at FareShare for all sorts of reasons, from being part of a team to gaining skills to doing something good.
- “What I enjoy about volunteering is being in touch with other volunteers.”
Student Michael has been volunteering at FareShare since October while studying for his MA in photography. We caught up with him about volunteering at FareShare.
- Student volunteer is a social media success
Sports journalism student Daniel Carr has had his eyes opened to the world of volunteering as part of his work with FareShare Yorkshire, where he helps to manage the charity's social media accounts.
- How volunteering raises Hannah’s awareness of food waste
For the second day of Student Volunteering Week, we asked our own student volunteer Hannah a few questions about her experience at FareShare Northern Ireland.
- Watch: Why volunteering is a great way to gain new skills
Today is the beginning of Student Volunteering Week! Because our student volunteers are important to us, this week we will be celebrating everything they do for FareShare.