Transforming surplus food into nourishment and respect this Christmas
19th December 2017
19th December 2017
Through our partnership with the Telegraph’s Christmas Charity Appeal, we are delighted to highlight the great work of one of our charity members, Church of the Apostles, run by Reverend Ellie Trimble in Manchester.
Using food provided by FareShare, Reverend Ellie and her team of dedicated volunteers serve up a full hot meal every Friday and Sunday for up to 100 people who are currently homeless, lonely or struggling to make ends meet. During the cold winter months they also run a night shelter twice a week.
“What Ellie does here is create a place that is respectful. Often, for the people who come here it’s the only proper meal they’ve had all week”, says Amanda, a full-time counsellor, who has been volunteering at the church for a year.
We joined them last Sunday for a hearty Christmas lunch. Read the full Telegraph article to see just how this service provides a lifeline for vulnerable people in Manchester and how FareShare helps make this possible.
“”If FareShare didn’t exist, we would be serving cake and sandwiches. That’s all we could run to.”
Reverend Ellie Trimble, Church of the Apostles
19th March 2018
To celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day, we are highlighting our regional centre in Belfast, FareShare Northern Ireland.
15th March 2018
Resource magazine has ranked FareShare UK Chief Executive Lindsay Boswell as the 7th most influential person in waste and resources industry for 2018.
14th March 2018
Over the last five years FareShare has been delighted to have the generous support of the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation. This has helped us to work with more food companies to significantly increase the amount of healthy fresh fruit and vegetables we provide to charities and community organisations.