Right now, millions of people in the UK regularly experience hunger. Yet tonnes of fresh food are thrown away every day. Inspired by Felix, we set out to change this. No one should have to miss a meal.
In our capital city, thousands of children go to school hungry each morning. Young mothers skip meals to feed their families. Elderly people are malnourished and those with a mental illness are often ignored.
The Felix Project collects fresh, nutritious food that cannot be sold. We deliver this surplus food to charities and schools so they can provide healthy meals and help the most vulnerable in our society.
Learn about food waste and hunger in London, and how to help fight it!
400,000 children in London live at risk of missing their next meal.
Our schools programme brings food and food waste education to over 120 primary schools in London, feeding body and mind to help feed every child in the capital. In 2020, we aim to deliver 1 million meals to families.
“ We get fresh produce. It’s like it’s off the farm because the quality of the food is so good and so fresh! ”, Resident, Housing for Women
“ There is great camaraderie in the team and whether I'm out in the van as a co-driver or helping in the warehouse, I finish my shift with a smile on my face. ”, Volunteer
“ I volunteer as a co-driver at least twice a week and feel so privileged and so happy to work with the best team of people from many different backgrounds, nationalities and professions. This is a most fulfilling and heart-warming new chapter in my life. ”, Volunteer
“ The charities all rely on us, and I know this personally as I work for one of the charities we deliver to. I cook the food on Tuesday that Felix deliver on a Monday. The job needs doing and I’m very happy to be a part of Felix. ”, Volunteer
London’s three biggest food redistribution charities partner to provide an emergency response service for the capital.
We get to spend some more time together, but doing something different that breaks with our routine -and certainly better than just sitting watching telly all the time!