Urgent appeal

We require support for our current efforts in Morocco

Food For All cooks and distributes thousands of hot and nutritious meals every day to people in need


Utilizing a network of partners, we collect food every week that would have otherwise gone to waste


We then prepare and cook hot, nutritious meals using the donated food, with the help of a constant flow of volunteers.


We then distribute the meals to thousands of people in need around London every Monday through Saturday.

This video was made at our Holborn kitchen prior to the pandemic. All of our volunteers follow Covid safety protocols. Video by students of Middlesex University.

Food For All Around The World

In addition to the consistent work we do in London, we have also established and operate kitchens in other parts of the world that desperately need our help.

When the war broke out in Ukraine, Food For All was at the Poland/Ukraine border within a week feeding refugees. We have since gone back into Ukraine two separate times since then, and now have helped established, fund and operate 5 kitchens in 5 cities in Ukraine, feeding thousands daily.

Most recently, when one of the deadliest earthquakes in history struck Turkey and Syria, Food For All was there with boots on the ground within days setting up kitchens and distributing meals to survivors and rescue workers. We plan to stay as long as meals are needed.

Act with us


Euston Foodbank, 28 Phoenix Road, NW1 1TA
Monday – Saturday, 8am – 11:30am


Help us in the preparation and cooking of thousands of meals made daily to feed those in need.


Help distribute our healthy meals to the homeless and those in need.


Work as one of our remote volunteers, helping in areas such as scheduling volunteers or fundraising through events or grant writing.


Help us cook 1,000,000 meals in 2023

Our goal this year is to cook and distribute over 1,000,000 meals in the greater London area, while simultaneously establishing new mobile kitchens in parts of the world devastated by war or natural disaster.

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