Free of charge we can provide a weekly delivery of healthy surplus food. Use the food to enhance the curriculum. Whether about growing, environmental sciences, or food tech our food will provide an interesting backdrop to your lessons.
Use it to sustain children and young people as an added bonus for those attending before / after school clubs and holiday activities as snacks or food they can take home. Expand your outreach by reducing your food budget costs with our free food and offer more subsidised or free places to those who may not otherwise be able to attend.
As diverse and adaptable as our food is, how you use it to enhance the health and wellbeing of the children and young people in your community is positively encouraged by us.
If you are a London-based school, college, youth club or holiday programme and want to receive food from The Felix Project please click here to learn how to sign up.
In additional to our core food offer, we also have our fantastic Felix Food Fight offer aimed at primary schools. The programme sees a class being Felix Food Fighters for the year, taking part in lessons and activities and shouting about food waste at school and at home.
During the holidays we redirect the food usually going to schools during term time to holiday programme across London.
Be it at a youth club or in a secondary school we are looking to get young people involved with our work at The Felix Project. We have several pilot programmes we are looking for young people to get involved in. Alternatively, does your group of young people have an idea that we could help support? We’re all ears, as well as potatoes, apples and all manner of other great food. We’d love to hear from you and discover what your young people have to say.
The Felix Project does not provide food to individuals. If you are in need of assistance, please use these resources to find help in your area.
Food for more children in 2019Food for 63 holiday programmes
Haringey Play Association"Food has been a godsend"
Sport at the Heart"Meals sustain energy levels"
Special lunch with volunteers from Mandarin OrientalHoliday club meal for 60 children
St Peter's ProjectCelebrity lunches at summer holiday project
Kitchen Social, a Mayor's Fund for London progammeVision for enriching activities, cooking and eating together
Prospex Youth Centre"Gets the children into cooking and sharing a meal"
London Live meet Prospex Youth Centre and FelixTackling holiday hunger involves many organisations
With a little help from our friends...
Government pledges millions to help rescue more food from farms
Charities feeding London’s hungry worried 2024 will be a very tough year
The Felix Project brought festive cheer to hundreds of different people, after the charity redirected tonnes of food from closed food banks to alternative sites.