The Evening Standard and Independent have launched an appeal to help The Felix Project, London's largest redistribution charity, deliver surplus food to vulnerable Londoners who are unable to afford food or cannot access it due to coronavirus.
£30 donated today will deliver enough food for 165 meals to help people who are poor, elderly, sick or self-isolating.
The Felix Project rescues surplus food from the food chain and gets that good food to the people who need it most.
We are currently working on overdrive to rescue surplus food and get it to those most in need - the homeless, struggling families, the elderly, sick and isolated.
In April we delivered enough food for 1.63 million meals.
Join us and help get food to people going hungry.
The food rescued by The Felix Project goes to help the most vulnerable - struggling families, the homeless, people struggling with addiction or mental health issues, domestic abuse survivors, and refugees. Discover what people have to say about us:
“ I cannot thank you enough for the food shipped to us on Saturday. It went to older people who are self-isolating, zero hours contract workers and people who are unemployed. The Felix Project is a lifeline for our disadvantaged housing estate. You always come through for us. ”, Pastor, Living Way Ministries
“ Since the Corona Virus outbreak the Felix Project food has been invaluable to those most affected in the community. In the last few days we have delivered emergency food parcels to families who have not been able to get food because of their current situation. ”, Founder, BreadnButter
“ We've had a bag of incredible and hugely appreciated food. I cried! Milk, and also vegetables that cost a fortune around here. ”
“ Our key worker parents are so grateful to The Felix Project. It’s perfect... they can collect their children and food supplies from school at the same time. When you're working full time, finding time to shop is difficult and often shelves are empty. Thank you for your support. ”
We are proud to keep a high spend efficiency. 90p in every £1 you give spent in preventing food waste and delivering surplus food to charities feeding vulnerable people in London.