1 in 8 people go hungry in the UK, yet perfectly good food is wasted every day.
— Fareshare.org.uk

FARESHARE PROJECT

Zebras Children and Adults Charity are Fareshare members.

We run weekly distributions of surplus food which is collected from Tesco’s and then handed directly to those who are in need of support. The collections aim to alleviate the effects of poverty and reduce the amount of food waste from large super market stores.

The project currently runs in Enfield, North London.

If you know of someone who may need support please refer them to us, we may be able to deliver surplus food weekly to them from the Fareshare project.

The Fareshare delivered to us on a Sunday evening has been a lifeline, its really helped my grand daughter as well who also has a disabled child, she rely’s on universal credit, the food the charity has given got her through 5 weeks of struggling for food, and it really helps me each week for my son”

- Beneficiary with a disabled adult Son

AVAILABILITY

Sunday Distribution

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North London food bank REFERRAL agents

Zebras Children and Adults Charity are referral agents for the North London Food Bank. If you are in need of support please contact us using the “ need support” button below, where you will directly email us and we can then email you the qualifying criteria form.

We may also be able to direct you to other support you may need.

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Key principles to receive food assistance:

  • A person should be in a state of actual food poverty ( that is, having minimal food and insufficient means to purchase adequate food in the immediate term or be demonstrably at imminent risk of being in that situation

  • A person’s situation should be the result of an identifiable, current crisis

  • A person’s circumstances should be known to directly to the referring agency or the agency should be experienced in assessing the needs of members of the public and securing confirmatory evidence (where appropriate)

  • A person has not already received food bank assistance three times for the specific crisis, unless specific arrangements for further support have been made with the food bank project manager