Coping on your own in 2022, with rocketing fuel bills and rising cost of living, is hard enough. Add four young children into the mix in your new role as a single dad, and it all becomes that much tougher to make ends meet. Read about James Henman and Gussie's Kitchen.READ MORE
In our commercial kitchen you will support our trained kitchen staff to help turn good surplus food into delicious meals, through food sorting, preparation, cooking and packaging.READ MORE
Between Friday 22nd April and Friday 29th April we are aiming to raise £10,000.
This will help us redistribute 40,000 meals of surplus food that would otherwise go to waste and will also save 17 tonnes of food from going to waste.
FareShare Midlands was thrilled to be presented with a cheque for £32,421 from the Lincolnshire Co-op, raised by their generous staff and shoppers through their Community Champions scheme!READ MORE
As the cost of living crisis escalates, the Bishop of Leicester is aiming to raise funds and make a substantial difference to the lives of the most vulnerable people in Leicestershire. The Bishop has chosen FareShare Midlands as the beneficiary charity of the Bishop’s Lent Appeal 2022.READ MORE
Founded in 2014 as a way for mothers to have a chat over a drink, Women Empowering Women has evolved into a cornerstone of the local community in Bordesley GreenREAD MORE
Tendai Taruvinga, who volunteered at FareShare Midlands during the pandemic, has been named as one of the winners of the Young Innovators Awards 21/22 by Innovate UK!READ MORE
Brandon, who has secured a 6-month placement as a Water-way Kickstarter through the Nottingham Works 4 You & FareShare employability project talks about his experienceREAD MORE
Penny Taylor is the Lead for Education and Training at Newark College (which is part of Lincoln College). The College offers further education and technical training, specialising in hands-on trades and crafts. There is a large construction site with industries including electrical and furniture-making, and a new plumbing centre has recently been built, where 48 learners joined in September. The College also runs traditional courses such as hairdressing, media, sport and public services. In addition, the College has partnered with experts in the aviation industry to launch the IASTI (International Air & Space Training Institute), and this will see a new £12m site built in the local area. For that project they already have 27 learners on board, on one of two pathways: engineering or pilot.READ MORE
Just £1 can provide 4 meals.
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