They redistribute surplus food to charities that turn it into meals. By doing so they support communities and save lives.
They redistribute fresh, in-date and good to eat surplus from the food industry, which would otherwise go to waste.
They reach 1,500 towns and cities through 21 Regional Centres across the UK, which can be found from Aberdeen to Brighton.
They reach frontline charities and community groups, including homeless hostels, childrens breakfast clubs, lunch clubs for older people, domestic violence refuges and community cafés. These groups turn it into meals for vulnerable people.
Last year they redistributed enough food for 36.7 million meals. But it’s about more than meals - the organisations they supply food to are places that provide life changing support, as well as lunch and dinner.
If you run a group who could utilise some of this surplus food then why not get in touch? Contact details are on the website.