Just £10 Delivers 40 Meals to People in Poverty

Be a Food Hero! Volunteer With Us Today

Give Us Your Surplus Food

We support frontline charities and community organisations across the Midlands, working hard to ensure local people in need can enjoy good food. 

Our members include community pantries and cafes, schools, colleges and training centres, homeless and youth shelters, and drop-in centres. They work tirelessly to support their local communities, turning our surplus food into delicious meals and affordable shopping for people struggling with food poverty. Collectively our food supports 83,000 people every single week.

Over 90% of our members agree they are able to access a wider variety and quantity of food through their partnership with FareShare Midlands. 85% say they are able to provide their beneficiaries with more fruit and vegetables, and more than half say that without a FareShare membership it is likely they would have to close their food services.

Member Stories

King's Church - The Schofield Centre

In the centre of Loughborough is a building bustling with activity, full of people going out of their way to support the community.


Telford Community Grocery Also a Wellbeing Hub for Thousands

If Sarah Kaul was in any doubt about locals needing the Community Grocery, the queues around the block swiftly dealt with that.


Be A Friend and Spark Centre support families in Burntwood

About 5 years ago, Steph O Shea (now Family Support Worker) started as a volunteer at Spark Centre, Burntwood.


The Stats & Facts


83% of our members

offer at least one other type of support as well as food.


Supporting Families

Families with children are the most commonly supported group, with 75% of our members providing them food.


Over one quarter of members say

Providing emergency food provision is the main reason for their food service.


67% of members

were able to increase the number of people accessing their food service with a FareShare Midlands membership

Our Mission & Impact

FareShare Midlands takes good quality, surplus food which would otherwise go to waste, and gets it to hundreds of charities and community groups across the Midlands.

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