Case Studies Taxonomy


10 July 2019

St Matthews Children’s Action Group, Leicester | An #ActiveAte case study

St Matthews Children’s Action Group receives regular deliveries of healthy snacks and food from FareShare East Midlands over the summer. It’s part of a network of nine free, open access holiday play projects across the city of Leicester which, last year, served up a total of 32,000 meals.



27 June 2019

KPC Youth Group, Wales | An #ActiveAte case study

KPC Youth is a charitable organisation in Bridgend working with children, young people and their families. The charity receives regular food deliveries from FareShare Wales for its community café where they serve a range of healthy snacks and meals for those accessing their services.



24 June 2019

Learning Disability Week with FareShare

This week is Learning Disability Week (June 17 – 23), so we’re catching up with Café Leep. Tucked away on a business park in Leeds, the café is part of Leep 1, a group for people with learning disabilities in Leeds. The project runs an advocacy group, training sessions, and plenty of fun, sociable activities for its members.


26 February 2019

Food for Life, Bradford

148 vulnerable people have signed up to Food for Life, a Bradford food and community project, since it launched just in July 2018. That number becomes even more staggering when including the dependents of service users, with the total number of people benefitting rising to 350.


6 December 2018

Sandale Trust, Bradford

Sandale Trust is a community centre in Bradford. It runs a youth club for children and young people, events for children and families, provides benefits advice and support, as well as a community café, an older people’s drop in centre, lunch club and meals on wheels service.


6 December 2018

Anson Community Shop, Manchester

Anson Community Shop is a ground-breaking new project in Manchester, which offers members of the local community the opportunity to buy healthy food at a greatly reduced price. It’s a lifeline for families and individuals on low or no incomes, for whom fresh fruit and vegetables have become a luxury.