Large organisations have the potential to make a huge difference to the lives of the 100,000 Londoners currently living in food poverty. We not only depend upon suppliers to donate fresh food that we can distribute to our network of local charities. We also depend upon the generosity of our corporate partners and corporate donors.

Become a Corporate Partner 

We’ll create a tailored partnership that delivers benefits to your organisation, your staff and the people who rely on us every day.

By helping us in our fight against food surplus and food poverty, we can help you meet your specific corporate sustainability requirements.


Benefits of Partnering with us Include:

  • Tailor-made volunteering days for your staff – helping us collect produce from our suppliers and deliver food to our charity partners.   
  • Additional employee engagement opportunities – through participation in events like The Big Half (London’s new half-marathon), which increases staff morale and motivation.
  • Opportunities to increase your CSR credentials and develop stronger environmental impact policies. Working with us on a cause-related marketing campaign – increasing media exposure and improving brand affinity as well as consumer perception, loyalty and buying behaviour.
  • Working with us on a cause-related marketing campaign – increasing media exposure and improving brand affinity as well as consumer perception, loyalty and buying behaviour. 

If you’d like talk to about how your business can support The Felix Project, please email:

Kristina Spindler, Head of Fundraising 
kristina@thefelixproject.org

Donate to The Felix Project

Thanks to our donors, we can collect more surplus food that would otherwise go to waste and deliver it to people that regularly go hungry because of food poverty. Your financial contributions will ensure that less food goes to landfill, incineration and anaerobic digestion. Instead you’ll be helping us reach thousands of people currently living below the poverty line. 

How to donate:

Christmas Appeal Box 

Make a one-off donation 

Start a monthly donation 


Philanthropy

We welcome the contributions of anyone with a philanthropic interest in the work we do. Your involvement will have a huge impact on reducing food surplus and food poverty. If you’d like to discuss making a philanthropic gift to The Felix Project, please contact:

Kristina Spindler, Head of Fundraising
kristina@thefelixproject.org

We love the Felix Project. Without the fresh produce, it would limit the service we could offer our guests quite significantly.

Kizzy Anderson, Refuge Support Worker, Housing for Women

We've donated to the Felix Project for some time now and find them really easy to work with. You'd barely know the arrangement was in place once you've got into a routine.

Tim Richards, Deputy Branch Manager, Waitrose

Nutritional foods have always been very important for people with HIV. Now having the Felix Project means we can have a wide variety and range of meals every day.

Raj Sutra, Support & Development Worker, The River House Trust

We’re a company that works with every seasonable product that’s available in this country, and The Felix Project come every morning to collect our food surplus

Charlie Mash, Founder, Mash

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