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
14 November 2018
This week marks 25 years of National School Meals Week – celebrating delicious, nutritious school meals, and the dedicated kitchen staff who prepare them.
13 November 2018
Until the 22nd November, 5p from every CornFlakes, Special K and Crunchy Nut sold at Tesco will be donated to FareShare.
30 October 2018
Two regional food charities have relocated to new, larger premises which will enable them help feed an additional 3,200 people in need each week.