Food For All has been serving London since 1988, winning commendations such as the City Of London’s Sustainable Cities Award and the Novelis Recycling Scheme Of The Year Award. We have the capacity to produce 20,000 hot meals every 24 hours from our kitchen in Holborn, and a basic infrastructure to train others to run similar projects, both small and large, in vacant kitchen space at restaurants all over the country. We are capable of scaling up our own operation exponentially if provided with a single large-scale makeshift kitchen facility.
We have worked in the past with both organisations such as Extinction Rebellion and The Big Issue, and official authorities such as the London Borough Of Islington and the European Parliament. Our kitchen has been visited hundreds of times by teams of volunteers, including MPs, financial sector employees, and executives from banks such as Barclays, BNP Paribas and Rabobank, trusts such as Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, as well as teams from Extinction Rebellion and other community groups and charities, and companies, organisations and individuals across the political spectrum.
We are here to offer support to the community either directly, or through co-ordinated efforts with others including governmental, military, NGO and business organisations.