FareShare’s work wouldn’t be possible without the support of our corporate partners, who help us fight food waste and hunger across the UK .
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Sodexo’s Stop Hunger Foundation has been supporting FareShare for over eleven years as part of their global initiative across 30 countries where they operate. This flagship partnership provides FareShare with financial, in-kind support and volunteering hours UK-wide. Sodexo volunteers support FareShare at our Regional Centres and during our Tesco Neighbourhood Food Collection each year.
“Aspen UK strongly supports efforts to reduce food waste in our society and is committed to backing the valuable work carried out by FareShare.
The charity benefits the most vulnerable and underserved in our communities and our colleagues are fully engaged with FareShare’s activities.
We look forward to continuing to play a part in reducing food waste through volunteering, food donation drives and events in our offices.”
Karen Green, Chief Executive Officer, Aspen UK,
Office of the CEO and Corporate Development, Aspen Group
“When we first met with FareShare in 2011 we were deeply impressed at their achievements. However we have been astounded by how they have been able to increase their impact month on month, year on year. The surplus food FareShare redistribute is now feeding 12 million people a year! We could not have chosen to support a better partner to help break the cycle of hunger in vulnerable communities across the UK and Northern Ireland.”
Anna-Leigh Heffron, Clinical Research Consultant & Food Security Ambassador, Elanco Animal Health
“We support FareShare in the North West of England, giving grants to FareShare Greater Manchester and FareShare Merseyside. Since 2009, Cargill’s support has helped these two Regional Centres provide over 2 million meals in areas of high deprivation.
There is clear synergy between Cargill and FareShare – we are both committed to feeding the world in a responsible way. We will continue to work together to underpin the sustainable expansion of surplus, in-date food redistribution in the North West. We look forward to continuing our partnership and further developing engagement opportunities for Cargill employees as FareShare’s model evolves and develops.”