Food For All: The UK’s Largest Free Meal Provider

The Queen’s Award 2021

This year Food For All UK was honoured to receive The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service 2021

This award recognises outstanding work by volunteer groups benefitting local communities.

Thanks to all of our amazing volunteers and supports for making this possible!

Don’t forget to please donate to help us continue this great work

In recognition of our volunteers’ hard work, love and devotion, we have been awarded The Queen’s Award – here’s a video to celebrate!
Song “Love, Love, Love” by Jennie Mathias

Help needed! In search of a new distribution hub and kitchen space

We are on the look out for a new hub to use for distribution of free food for those in our community that need it most

We are also in need of a new kitchen to serve as our London base. We use this space to cook and package thousands of meals daily, and always take care of the spaces we are provided!

If you know of any space we could use for a distribution hub or kitchen please get in contact via email at

What we’ve been up to in 2021…

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Support our Food Is Love campaign

Help us cook a million more meals this year…

Song “Love, Love, Love” by Jennie Mathias, video by Tadas Mickievicius

Since lockdowns began early in 2020, the Food For All volunteer team have been hard at work increasing their output from 2,000 to 5,000 meals daily. By Valentine’s Day 2021 we had distributed 1 million meals during the pandemic. Help us make 1 million more…

Our kitchens in action

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.

Serving Through The Pandemic

  • We are entirely volunteer run and managed
  • We are praised for the value-for-money we provide from public donations
  • We have remained open throughout the pandemic
  • We have increased our service to provide 5,000 free hot meals each day, 6 days a week in London
  • We have partnered with grassroots community projects around the capital to get our meals to where they are needed
  • In the past 12 months we have started new services in Manchester, Stoke, Glasgow and Carmarthen
  • We have also built upon existing services in Reading, Watford, Glastonbury, Bristol, Coventry and Aberystwyth
  • We hope to bring our project to every town and city around the UK

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