Coronavirus response:
Help us get food to vulnerable people

We continue our full county operation to get food
to vulnerable people across Kent during the COVID-19 crisis.

Who Are We

FareShare Kent is a member of the national FareShare network. We began operations in July 2014, ensuring good quality surplus food in Kent doesn’t go to waste and instead goes to local community and charitable organisations to help them with their work.

Please also take the time to visit the website of our national organisation FareShare UK for further details.

How to Get Involved

    • Signing up your organisaiton to receive food from us – Food Access
    • Donating to our sister operation who provide food directly to vulnerable people – The Family Food Bank

Stay connected!

FareShare Bites is our email newsletter. We will send you news, volunteering opportunities and other updates around once a month.

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Latest News

Holiday Hunger – ActiveAte Initiative to launch this year. If your organisation is looking for food to support your project, please get in touch! 

Thanks to Asda and Wrap Funding we will soon adding another vehicle to our fleet! 

Volunteers required to support us through this current Covid-19 pandemic. Please visit our volunteer page for more information. 

Our Impact 2021-2022

tonnes of food redistributed last year
charities and community groups supported​
meals provided
£. retail value
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