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Your donation will ensure that less good food goes to landfill, incineration and anaerobic digestion, and instead it will reach people who would otherwise go hungry. 

We deliver fresh and nutritious food to charities and community groups to provide meals, snacks or food parcels for their clients who include the elderly, the homeless, those with mental health issues, refugees and asylum seekers, families and children.

If you would prefer to make a donation to The Felix Project offline, rather than by clicking the button below, please contact Mary Powys, Head of Fundraising - mary@thefelixproject.org, who will be very happy to help.

"We get fresh produce. It’s like it’s off the farm because the quality of the food is so good and so fresh!"

Donna, Resident, Housing for Women

"You know that food is going to come on a certain day, and you don’t have to worry so much"

Amy, Resident , Housing for Women

"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

"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

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