Melissa Hemsley has been a huge supporter of the Felix Project for a number of years - and now she's joining our campaign to feed London during lockdown!
'Donate your dinner' - the money you might have spent eating out - to the Felix Project so that we can get food to a person going hungry.
Everyone who donates on this page will automatically be entered into a draw to win a 1-1 online cookery class with Melissa herself .
The Felix Project rescues surplus food from the food chain - saving it from being wasted - and gets it to people in need.
Right now in London, there is a huge hunger crisis because coronavirus has made it harder to find or afford food. The Felix Project is working on overdrive to get food out to people in desperate need - including the homeless, elderly, children & families and domestic abuse survivors.
In April we rescued and delivered enough food for 1.63 million meals.
“ For people at the lowest ebb of their lives, make no mistake, Felix is a godsend. And not just for their stomachs – for their state of mind. This food is the difference between health and sickness and, quite possibly, life and death. ”, Chamberlain
“ 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. ”
“ 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
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.