Meet Our Movie Star Giant In Residence
Every castle needs a giant, and so it is at our Krishna Castle in the heart of the city of London. Meet Bhima, the big-hearted actor who helps keep our project running.READ MORE
Watch Rich Kids Go Homeless
Billionaire trader Hanif Cawston volunteers to spend 3 nights on the streets of Camden for Channel 5 documentary ‘Rich Kids Go Homeless’. After a cold and frightening first 24 hours, he is helped by homeless author and academic George Singleton, who teaches him how to survive.
The documentary was made with the help of Food For All and features a visit by Hanif and George to our distribution van.WATCH GEORGE AND HANIF IN ‘RICH KIDS GO HOMELESS’
Heading to Holborn?
We are at the junction of Farringdon Street and Plumtree Court, next to the new Goldman Sachs building. Enter via the basement parking ramp leading from the end of Plumtree Court.
Use our map below, view directions, or search postcode EC4A 4HT
Help Us Reach Our Goal Of 5,000 Meals Daily
From our basement kitchen in the City Of London, kindly donated to us by Shiva Hotels Foundation in 2018, we aim to more than double our daily distribution of free hot nutritious vegetarian meals. This will require us to raise a great deal of extra money, but we are confident that with your help we can achieve our goal.HELP US
We Spend Your Money Directly For Public Benefit
Many charities and institutions require a large budget for administration and fundraising, but Food For All’s team of volunteers work to keep these costs down, meaning donations are spent directly for the purpose for which they are given… providing a vital service to people in need.LEARN MORE
TAKING CARE OF OUR WORLD
Food For All is an award winning eco-friendly project.
At every stage of what we do, we strive to find innovative ways to minimize our environmental impact whilst helping other organizations to do the same. We save huge quantities of produce from being wasted every year, and our fleet of bicycle delivery rickshaws are emission-free.LEARN MORE
THINKING OF GETTING INVOLVED?
Just a few hours of your time can make a difference to our project.
Whether you would like to don an apron and roll your sleeves up in our kitchens, serve our food to the public, fundraise for us or work from home online as part of our back office support network, we need your skills and enthusiasm here at Food For All.FIND OUT MORE
Want to help from home?
If you are unable to come into our kitchens to volunteer, there are a number of vital back office jobs that can be done remotely from your home or over your laptop in your local cafe. We urgently need your help.LEARN MORE