The Coronavirus health crisis impacts every one of us, but none more than the most vulnerable in our society.
As London's biggest food redistribution charity, we are working on overdrive during this lockdown to continue rescuing good food and getting it to people who need it - children, families, the homeless, elderly, people with mental health issues, domestic abuse survivors, refugees and NHS staff.
This month we have delivered over 100 tonnes of food to Londoners in need through our extensive network of over 600 charities, schools, holiday programmes and local community groups.
And yet, this is not enough. More people than ever face hunger in London, now.
In order to ensure nobody is left behind, we are working to get food to new distribution hubs in every London borough, as part of the new London Food Alliance.
We need to raise £750,000 so we can keep going and reach everyone we need to over the next three months. This is a time like no other and the need is unprecedented. We won’t stop bring food to people in need, for as long as we can, however we can. Join us and help to #FeedLondon.
“ 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 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.