FareShare Kent redistributes surplus food to charities and community organisations working with disadvantaged people across the region.
If you think your charity or community organisation could benefit from receiving food from FareShare we’d love to hear from you.
If you want to join the fight against food poverty and food waste in Kent, get in touch to find out how you can volunteer with us in a variety of roles.
“We use the food for snacks for the children, as well as ingredients for baking. Yesterday we got lots of bananas so the children made banana bread”
Vanessa at YMCA Tovil Pre-School Maidstone
“Food plays a part in making our patients and their loved ones feel safe. Sometimes you don’t have much left but food to look forward to at this stage and for their families, often the last thing they want to think about is cooking for themselves.”
Wendy at Pilgrims Hospice
17th October 2017
If you’re keen to get a head-start on the Christmas spirit, you can now buy Candy Cane flavoured crisps from Tesco. The limited edition crisps are part of a seasonal range, and the profits from every pack sold will be divided between FareShare and the Trussell Trust.
10th October 2017
We’re thrilled to announce FareShare has won Charity of the year at the Third Sector Awards. The winners were announced on Wednesday by comedian Shappi Khorsandi at a glittering awards ceremony at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge.
25th September 2017
We’re delighted to announce FareShare has won Charity of the Year at The Third Sector Awards. The awards aim to recognise those who give back to the community and celebrate organisations and social leaders from across the sector.