TOWARD THE FUTURE
Bringing together skills and experience from across the community to work toward a simple and achievable goal... that no-one should go hungry in our city.
Food For All serves anyone who comes to our distribution points to take a hot meal, without exception. In the same way, anyone who wants to serve their community by volunteering with us is welcome, without exception.
Food For All wishes to assist public services by the free provision of nutritious hot meals at schools, medical facilities, community centres, nurseries, care homes, hostels, prisons and anywhere else where there may be demand.
Food For All seeks to expand it’s work with corporations to assist them in delivering their social responsibility objectives, through innovative volunteering and fundraising opportunities that have a real impact.
Our team went along to the Global March for Elephants and Rhinos in Whitehall yesterday afternoon, and gave out vegetarian meals to the crowd. The London crew are often to be found at weekends and bank holidays at public events around the city. Attending events like this helps us reach out to the public and […]
We have opened an online visitors book for everyone who comes to volunteer with us or eat with us around the UK to leave their feedback, and we’ve already had our first submission! You can now leave your comments at foodforalluk.com/visitors-book for future visitors to read. More website updates coming soon!
Food For All Holborn are happy to be partnering with The Akshaya Patra Foundation UK, a branch of the renowned Indian NGO that has distributed over 3 billion meals to schoolchildren across India over the years. Akshaya Patra are working to bring their project to the UK and this Easter period we will be catering […]
There was a break-in a couple of nights ago at the One Vision Cafe in Watford. Group members have come together to fix things back up and the cafe is now re-opened. You can read more about the incident in the Watford Observer. Thanks to Massimo Molteni who has started a JustGiving page to raise money […]
What really is food? A lot that is presented as food these days can’t really be said to be healthy and wholesome. Good nutritious food is seen more and more as the preserve of the better-off, for those who can afford to pay for quality. This is not necessarily true… anyone who has learned the […]
A report from Ricky Gopal in Birmingham…. Gauranga! We have been operating in Birmingham for the past four weeks and have served 1000 meals. We serve at one of the most prestigious Universities in the UK, University of Birmingham. The students are in awe of what food is offered. With a sumptuous feast, great discussions […]
Food For All works towards the United Nations’ sustainable development goals. You can learn more about these goals on the United Nations website. Many charities and companies have embraced these 17 goals, adopted formally by the United Nations in 2015. You can read about our own work on the new What We Do page on […]
A report from Gadai Gauranga Prabhu…. We have been operating in Blackpool for the past 20 months. We distribute hot soup and bread in the town centre to the homeless community 3 nights a week, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. We also help out at an outdoor soup kitchen on a Monday evening run by a […]
Did you know that Food For All is active all over the UK? New locations are coming very soon… for details of our current schedule, see below: Central London London School Of Economics, Mon – Sat 12:00 – 14:00 School Of Oriental And African Studies (Russell Square entrance), Mon – Sat 12:00 – 14:00 University […]
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OUR PARTNERS AND SUPPORTERS
Shiva Hotels Foundation, Corporation Of London, The National Lottery, BNP Paribas, Barclays Group, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, Rabobank, Workaway, Neighbourly, Ethical Angels, One Vision Watford
“It’s great to see so much veggie food helping people out.”Paul McCartney
“The work you do is so important to the community.”Glenda Jackson, CBE
“How we treat the vulnerable is how we define ourselves as a species.”Russell Brand
WinnerNovelis Nationwide Community Recycling Project Of The Year
WinnerCity Of London Corporation: Sustainable City Awards