How it Works
5p from every sale of our Limited Edition jar goes to FareShare*
FareShare redistributes this food to frontline charities
Which create nutritious
meals for those in need
TACKLING FOOD WASTE & HUNGER
Chisom has been volunteering at FareShare every Tuesday since December 2016, sorting food and picking charities orders.
Chisom decided to start volunteering at FareShare for a simple reason – she dislikes food waste!
“I wanted to find a place where I could make a difference and this experience definitely fits with that.”
“I think FareShare’s work redistributing food to charities is really good. Charities and community groups might not always be able to afford to buy food, but thanks to FareShare they can get access to it at a good price. The quality of food is much better than what community groups might hope to get, if they were depending solely on funds from donors.”
A heart bypass left Andy unable to work. Together with some tough times in his personal life, he was left without a home. Andy moved into Emmaus Sheffield in 2013 and regularly volunteers in the kitchen turning the delivery of FareShare food into nutritious meals for his fellow companions.
“Our lives would be significantly shorter without the home cooked meals made with FareShare food every day. That isn’t only about living in rough conditions, a lot of that is about the availability of food and the quality of that food. It’s hard to imagine Emmaus without FareShare. I’m sure every single person would agree it makes such a big difference to our lives.”