This month, our friends at Riverford Organic launch their campaign to ‘Share the happeaness.’

Every time a Riverford customer refers a friend, Riverford Organic will add to their fund for harvesting gluts of surplus veg for FareShare South West.
Now we need your help to get this nutritious, locally-grown veg to those who need it most.

You can do more to help some of the 14 million people experiencing food insecurity in the UK.

By donating today, you can help us bridge the gap. You’ll help get this fresh surplus veg to our charities who are working on the front line to break the cycle of poverty. Take action today by clicking the button below.

  • Just £15 could provide a child with food for three weeks.
  • £50 is enough to feed a family of five for a fortnight.
  • £100 could provide a family with a month’s worth of fruit, vegetables and other essentials.

Keep up to date to find out how your support is helping fight hunger and tackle waste.

If you’d like to keep up to date with where the Riverford veg ends up and how it helps people in poverty, click here to subscribe and receive occasional updates from FareShare South West.

Watch this short film below to see how Riverford Organic has already helped.

Late last year, when faced with a bumper brassica crop, the Riverford team appealed to customers to donate the cost of a bundle of veg to help harvest and transport tonnes of surplus cabbages, leeks and cauliflowers. Your gift today will save more veg like this and other surplus food, distributing it to families in need.

Watch the film!

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 member of the FareShare network rescues that food and delivers it to those in need. FareShare Go is our supermarket collection service, which deals with supermarket-level surplus.

Find out more about what we do