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29 May 2019

Catching up with Ciara at FareShare Northern Ireland

We catch up with FareShare Northern Ireland volunteer Ciara


MaMay0080973. The Daily Telegraph. Fely, a service user (right) and Tanya, an ex-service user (left), are seen being taught to prepare food by catering manager Layla (centre) in the kitchen of The Marylebone Project, a women's refuge, in Marylebone, London, which benefits from the charity Fare Share. Excess food from supermarkets is distributed by the charity Fare Share to needy people such as the service users of the Marylebone Project, many of whom are vulnerable and homeless women. Fare Share is the UK's largest charity fighting hunger and food waste, and is one of this year's Telegraph Christmas Charity Appeal chosen charities. Tuesday January 16, 2018.

7 March 2018

The Marylebone Project: providing refuge for women

The Marylebone Project is the largest women’s hostel in the country providing refuge for women who have escaped unimaginable hardship. The women come from diverse backgrounds, and their reasons for being here are complex. But in this kitchen, they find a common language.


Ty Seren homeless project FareShare

7 March 2018

Homeless project Ty Seren supports single women using surplus food

Ty Seren is a homeless project that provides supported housing to single women between the age of 16 and 25. Located in Cardiff, the project offers a safe environment and support to woman who find themselves homeless for various reasons.


Tomorrow's Women Wirral beneficiary enjoying food delivered by FareShare

5 March 2018

Tomorrow’s Women Wirral

Tomorrow’s Women Wirral (TWW) offers support to local women aged 18+ who may have lost their confidence and feel isolated. This includes ex offenders, women wanting to improve their skills and gain some qualifications or those who just feel like dropping in and having a cup of tea and a chat in a safe, women only environment.