We run 29 projects across the country: volunteer-powered community projects serving nutritious meals for people at risk of food poverty and social isolation. Our Hubs are local projects where volunteers are trained up, supported and empowered to collect surplus food and cook it in spare kitchen spaces.
Working with community partners we then provide healthy, communal meals in a warm and welcoming environment to vulnerable people. At our projects we work with groups including: older people, mental health service users, people affected by homelessness, low-income families, asylum seekers and refugees, and people who are long-term unemployed.
”It means a lot. Having a meal here means more food for the children at home.”
Guest at the FoodCycle Hub in Clacton-on-Sea