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Thanks to our suppliers, volunteers, and community partners, FoodCycle is a low-cost model with a big impact.
However we do have some core costs and are reliant on your generosity to help us run.
Today is World AIDS day. It is an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, show their support for people living with HIV and to commemorate people who have died. FoodCycle LSE is partnered with the HIV charity The Food Chain, and in this post Anna Ellis explains what that partnerships means… Read more
Day 5 of the Breadline Challenge and FoodCycle’s Fundraising Officer, Tess, celebrates the power of food… It’s day 5 of the Breadline Challenge and it’s been frustrating, distracting and more than a little revealing. But first things first, I’ve found that £2.86 is impossible for me to live on a day, and if I were to aim for… Read more
Clare, Communications Manager at FoodCycle, reflects on what she’s learning from the Breadline Challenge… What I’ve found to be the really tough part of living on £2.86 a day is the complete lack of flexibility. Each morning, I have had to know where, when, and what I’m eating, drinking and snacking on for the next… Read more
This is my first year doing the Breadline Challenge – living on £2.86 a day for seven days – and as a meticulous planner, one of the things that I’ve struggled with the most is setting clear rules for the week. Does my budget include salt and pepper? Can I eat food given to… Read more