“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…

17th October 2017

Girl Guides support FareShare at star-studded ‘Big Gig’

For the first time ever Girlguiding teamed up with FareShare to collect tins and raise awareness of food waste and food poverty at their massive annual concert the Big Gig.


17th October 2017

Tesco’s new Candy Cane crisps fundraise for FareShare

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

FareShare wins Charity Times Award

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.


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