FareShare South West, based in Bristol, was set up in late 2007 to work with community groups in and around Bristol city. They support over 150 organisations, including hostels, day centres, lunch clubs, addiction agencies, young people’s projects and refugee centres, in delivering a food service to those who need it most and giving support on nutrition, food hygiene and more.
FareShare enables these organisations to get people through the door and also to redirect their funds into improving their own services.
What’s going on:
- Talking to 1625 Independent People
1625 Independent People (1625ip) helps young people who have been homeless to get back on their feet, preparing them for lives as independent adults. Whilst supported housing is at the base of what...
- FareShare Easter Bunny hops to Deptford Park School
Children from Deptford Park School had a surprise visit from the FareShare Easter Bunny who hopped into their classrooms this week.
- FareShare welcomes Courtauld 2025 ambitions
FareShare believes Courtauld 2025 is a step in the right direction and welcomes their aims for a ‘20% reduction in food and drink waste arising in the UK’.