⭐ The 2019 Round Up ⭐

What happened in 2019? It’s been one of our busiest years ever as we aim to grow in response to rising need for food across our region. Want the breakdown of what we achieved? Read on…

That meant A LOT of surplus food being redistributed to those who needed it most. To be precise:

And that good quality, in-date surplus food we saved from going to waste made a mammoth amount of meals!

Many of those meals ensured fewer of our region’s children went hungry as…

With increasing need and our aim to redistribute more surplus food than ever in 2019, we had to invest in our infrastructure here at FareShare South West HQ. This has meant:

And as if all that wasn’t enough, to finish the year, we’re making our biggest Christmas impact yet with…

Extra food went to more organisations than ever before across the region who are serving up additional meals over the festive season, including:

– Elderly people’s lunches to alleviate isolation

– Food banks giving to families in need

– Pop-up meals for the homeless

Finally, we couldn’t have achieved any of this without the time given by our amazing volunteer team!

We are now looking ahead to an even more ambitious 2020- please continue to support us as we grow!

FareShare is the only charity to take food from the wholesale level of the food industry

The vast majority of surplus occurs before food even gets to the supermarket. Each FareShare regional centre takes that food and redistributes to those in need. FareShare Go is our supermarket collection service, which deals with supermarket-level surplus.

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