“The best part is you get to know people you deliver the food to”

10th August 2017

Our volunteer driver Rory tells us what he enjoys about hitting the road for us to deliver food to charities.


Volunteers are the lifeblood of FareShare. Without them we wouldn’t be able to save good food from going to waste. We especially depend on our drivers who deliver our lovely food to charities who use it to support people in need.

You only need to have a car licence to make a difference in your local community. Are you worried you’re not going to be able to handle our vans? Fear not! We know our vans can look quite scary at first, but our volunteer Rory explains how he gradually built his confidence behind the wheel in this video.

Interested? Visit our volunteering page to find out more and register your interest in our roles.

More FareShare stories…

15th March 2018

FareShare Chief Executive gallops into top 10 in Resource Hot 100 list

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

FareShare and the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation partnership bears fruit

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.


13th March 2018

Faces of FareShare – Jon Whitefield, FareShare London

Meet FareShare London’s new Warehouse Shift Coordinator


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