There are tons of ways to tie in fundraising for The Felix Project with the curriculum and we want to make sure that you and your community get an all-round experience as part of the Felix community.
As part of the Schools Fundraising Programme, we offer assemblies with schools who are fundraising for us. We want to educate children about food waste and its environmental impact, as well as what we do as a charity to alleviate these issues.
For any school event planned, donate a % of the proceeds to The Felix Project.
This can include:
Volunteering – we rely on our volunteer workforce to operate. Volunteer shifts are available in our two outer London depots, and in our Central London operation, and are flexible to fit around other commitments. This activity is open to anyone aged 16+.
When it comes to school fundraising, it does not just mean engaging with your pupils; it also means engaging with the parents, who are a part of your school’s community too. This includes:
The Felix Project is delighted to have partnered with Oppidan Education to put together a three-part series, discussing the issue of food waste and how we can play a part in alleviating the issue today.
An engaging, interactive activity to do this Easter and from your own homes.
Number of spaces: 12 persons per workshop
Cost: £20 per workshop with 50% of proceeds going to The Felix Project.
For more information or to register, email Izzy at firstname.lastname@example.org
BIG thanks to pupils, staff and parents at The Northcote Lodge School, who this year managed to raise over £20k for The Felix Project by taking on a number of challenges, including fun-runs, London Marathon Events, readathons and so much more!
Thanks to all your amazing efforts, The Felix Project will be able to deliver the equivalent of 122,000 meals for people in need across London. Fantastic result!
In tribute to World Food Day on the 16th October, we asked our
younger food waste heroes to ‘GO GREEN’ for Felix. With over 20 schools
involved with this initiative, we saw many activities undertaken; from non-uniform
days to holding ‘GO GREEN’ poster competitions, to non-waste baking days. It
was great to see so much originality from pupils across all schools who are at
the core of The Felix Family.
Over £6k was raised, which means over 36,600 meals were saved from going to landfill – helping to save our planet and helping communities across London to access nutritious food during the winter period.