We get great surplus food to good causes
Use our food donation platform to donate or access great surplus food, support your local community, reduce food waste and help the environment
Quickly and safely donate your surplus food to nearby charities using our online platform.
Charities and Community Groups
Sign up to our platform to access free donations of surplus food available near you.
Keen to help get great surplus food to good causes? There’s lots of ways you can get involved!
Total food saved
Equivalent meals provided
CO₂ emissions saved
Data from 2010 – 2021. We use WRAP’s figure of the potential saving in emissions generated by using food that would otherwise go to waste versus the production of additional food. This does not take into account CO₂ emissions generated if a vehicle used to deliver/collect the food donation.
You can help in many ways
If you are able to donate to our cause
If you work for/are a business that has surplus food to donate
If you are a charity that needs / redistributes food
If you can collect & deliver food or spread the word
If you have a vehicle and can help to transport food
Tom is an eco-chef, activist, food writer and co-owner of award winning restaurant Poco Tapas Bar. Tom prioritises people and the environment within his work and believes in a fair global food system where our actions benefit the environment. During his formative years Tom worked with Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall at River Cottage and on the River Cottage TV series. He is a Guardian columnist and writes for Vegetarian Living, Foodism and Jellied Eel magazines. Tom is also an ambassador for the Fairtrade Foundation and the Soil Association.
Jeremy is founder of Asian cookery school School of Wok. His new show Jeremy Pang’s Asian Kitchen has just finished airing on ITV1 and he regularly appears on Channel 4’s Sunday Brunch. He is the author of three cookbooks – Chinese Unchopped, Hong Kong Diner and School of Wok. His Wok for 1000 initiative, a large scale corporate cookery class that produces 1,000 meals for charity, aims to raise awareness about the issue of food poverty. All profits from the event are donated to Plan Zheroes.
Kristen Frederickson is a former New York City art historian and gallerist, and enthusiastic occasional curator. She has lived in London since 2006, working as a food blogger and as a freelance cookery writer. She is the author of Tonight at 7.30: One Family’s Life at the Table and Second Helpings with her daughter Avery Curran providing the photographs for both. Kristen is also Members Communications Director for the Guild of Food Writers. She and her husband John have been volunteering with us at Borough Market since 2019.