The Felix Project warehouse in Deptford delivers good food to over 240 local charities, helping thousands of South Londoners facing food poverty every week.
We rely on volunteers to sort and manage the donated food, deliver food directly in vans, and complete administrative tasks.
Make a real, immediate difference to food waste and food poverty in your local area. Become a volunteer today.
Our online info sessions are designed to tell you more about volunteering and The Felix Project. They are the first step to becoming a Felix volunteer.
Sessions last 20 minutes and are online video calls so you can attend from the comfort of your own home.
Once you register, you should receive an email with a link to your session within an hour. If you don't receive it, please check your spam folder or contact our volunteer team directly at: [email protected]
“ What I didn't know was how much food surplus was generated by the food industry. It amazes me the quality of the food that we receive. The food just used to get binned - and there was nothing wrong with it. Christmas is incredibly busy because it is such a time of need. ”
“ It’s extremely moving to see a line of people down the street waiting for your arrival. The food is quite extraordinary - stuff I hanker for when I go to the supermarket. Really exceptional fish and extraordinary cuts of meat. ”
“ I first heard about The Felix Project a few years ago, and was shocked at some of the statistics around food waste. So when my husband and I moved to Enfield last year, we signed up to help. We were motivated to help a cause we felt passionate about, and thought it would be a great way to meet people in our new local community. ”, Enfield Volunteer
“ When I saw the ad in the Evening Standard late last summer I immediately knew this was the kind of volunteering I wanted to get involved in. The wonderful food we pick up is far too precious to be thrown away, and so it makes sense to distribute to different charities. So rewarding - can’t get better than that! ”, Volunteer