Partners & Sponsors

FareShare Yorkshire would not be able to carry out its work without the vital support of our partners and supporters. Some of our past and present funders are:

A&N Care Solicitors

The company generously donated towards our increased fuel costs so that we could deliver much higher volumes of food to the frontline.

Abbey House Settlement

The Trust kindly donated towards our increased costs during the pandemic with a special focus on provision across Leeds.

AF Blakemore

AF Blakemore has donated small grants towards our growing fuel and PPE expenses for the last 4 years.

Albert Hunt Trust

The Trustees have donated towards our 2020 project The FullCrumb Kitchen, enabling us to help groups and individuals learn to use food to its full potential, expand our employability programme, and provide meals for our hard working volunteers.

Argos Cortonwood

They donated monies to go towards our fuel for the Barnsley vehicles.

ASDA Foundation

Asda has been very generous to our charity.  The supermarket chain funded a mezzanine floor to expand our office space as well major chiller, freezer and racking capacity.  This was vital so that we can fulfil our ambition of doubling the number of projects we support by 2021.  More recently Asda has been massively supportive during the Covid-19 pandemic, enabling us to sustain provision during the most difficult period in our charity’s history.

Barnsley Rotary Club

The Rotarians generously donated funding to help us respond to the pandemic.

Beaverbrooks Charitable Trust

They have generously donated to us. We are so grateful for this kind donation.

Belmayne IFA

The Partners of Belmayne IFA in Dronfield have kindly chosen us as one of their Charities of the Year for 2020 & 2021.  Their financial and hands-on support will enable us to increase our impact across Sheffield.


CAF very kindly provided funding so that our 9 vehicles could make more trips than ever before during the pandemic, both to collect and redistribute surplus food.  This work had a special focus on collecting locally available surplus from more companies.


The Leeds office of Cargill has generously donated towards our operating costs during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Clothworkers Foundation

The Trustees very kindly provided funding to purchase a quality forklift truck during the pandemic to step up our operations.

DWF Foundation

The DWF Foundation has generously covered fuel costs so that we can do more for vital frontline organisations, moving much higher volumes of essential food supplies.


Engie is installing a brand new kitchen/break room for our volunteers at the Barnsley Regional Centre, donating lots of time and materials.

Evan Cornish Foundation

ECF has partnered with us for a number of years to help us grow in line with the rising need of communities across Yorkshire.  Currently the Trustees support us with rolling apprenticeships to increase our human capacity and the prospects of people in need of employment. See here

Ex Players of Wakefield RFU

They have donated their 2020 Christmas meal money to us.

Feeding Britain

Feeding Britain is supporting us to sustain our provision during Covid-19.

Freemasons & Lord Lieutenancy Fund

Thanks to the Freemasons, Lord Lieutenants and Deputy Lord Lieutenants we benefitted from funding towards more equipment needed to provide more food.

Freshgate Foundation

The Foundation kindly made a donation for hardwearing cool boxes to enable us to support more vital organisations with food collections.  This will be a huge support as we continue to grow the amount of Community Food Members we support.

George A Moore Foundation

The Board kindly donated to increase our chiller capacity so that we could accept more surplus food on behalf of charities and community groups.  See here

Harry Bottom Trust

The Trustees have kindly supported us for a number of years to drastically increase our provision across South Yorkshire.

H E Barnes

The Directors of H E Barnes have been incredibly generous to our charity during the pandemic.  They donated towards our van costs to enable us to provide 2 million meals to vital frontline projects over the next 4 years.


The Leeds office of Hitachi has generously donated towards our operating costs during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Holbeck Trust

The Trust kindly supported our employability provision in 2020.


HSBC has generously donated £50,000 to our 2020 project The FullCrumb kitchen, helping us use surplus food to help groups and individuals learn to use food to its full potential, expand our employability programme, and provide meals for our hard working volunteers.

JG Graves Charitable Trust

The Trustees of JG Graves support us to increase our provision across Sheffield.  They made a 3-year commitment to support our work so that charities across Sheffield have greater access to more volumes and variety of surplus food.

John Lewis Foundation

In 2018 the Foundation enabled 36 unemployed people in Leeds to gain qualifications, relevant experience and confidence.  Later in 2020 the Trustees will be replicating this highly successful programme at FareShare Glasgow & The West of Scotland.  You can visit their website here.

JW Chapman Trust

The JW Chapman Trust partners with us to provide tonnes of quality surplus food for children across Doncaster during the summer holidays and grow our weekly distribution year-round.  This food is distributed to a network of organisations which provide thousands of nutritious meals and wrap-around support.  The Trust has been massively supportive during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Leeds Building Society Foundation

LBS Foundation very kindly helped to ensure our vans remained fuelled through the summer of 2020 to deliver record amounts of food.

Leeds Community Foundation

LCF enabled us to continue our Employability Programme in our Gold Standard Leeds warehouse through the autumn and winter of 2019/20. Learn more here


They have match funded donations for certain periods.

Minster Law

Minster Law supports our expanding work by sponsoring a Leeds-based van and more recently, a refrigerated van for frozen stock.  Their generosity in covering the cost of this vital equipment means that the charities we support do not have to pay the true cost of our work.

Morrisons Foundation

In 2018 Morrisons funded us to buy a brand new refrigerated van so we could support more vital frontline projects across Bradford and the surrounding area.  The Foundation’s website can be visited here

Muslim Hands

This international aid organisation enabled us to redistribute surplus food for people in difficulty to access 80,000+ meals during the pandemic.


Neighbourly kindly supported us with funding for more PPE during the pandemic.


PWC kindly supported us with donations from staff based in Leeds during the pandemic.


Sainsburys have provided funding to allow us to move food provided by DEFRA.


The Orr Mackintosh Foundation (ShareGift) has very generously supported our Covid-19 response.

Shaw Lands Trust

The Shaw Lands Trust has kindly supported us to increase our support to vital frontline organisations across Barnsley.

Sheffield Town Trust

The Sheffield Town Trust has made another 3-year commitment to help us cover the additional cost of reaching more frontline organisations across the city and providing an average of 3-4 tonnes per organisation each year.

South Yorkshire Community Foundation

SYCF has funded our employability provision in Barnsley twice and during the Covid-19 pandemic the Foundation bought vital equipment for our Barnsley warehouse via the NET appeal.

Stowe Family Law York

They are helping us with the higher fuel costs in the pandemic.

The MacRobert Trust

The Trustees support our employability work to train and mentor people in unemployment.

The Master Cutlers Company Charitable Trust

The Company of Cutlers is a long-standing supporter of our aim to provide surplus food for many more hundreds of thousands of meals across Sheffield each year.

The National Lottery Community Fund

NLCF has been supporting us to help increase management capacity and the number of volunteers we support.  This in turn provides significantly higher volumes of food for charities.  Click here to visit their website.


Through Bags of Help and the Covid Emergency Fund, Tesco have supported us with funding to grow.

Travers Smith Foundation

The trustees supported us with funding for fuel so we could deliver more surplus food to more projects during the pandemic.


Tremark have donated to FareShare Yorkshire, which covers the fuel for 9 of our vehicles, as well as volunteer expenses.

Waste & Resources Action Programme

WRAP is supporting our regional logistics solution to operate a lorry and demonstrate this transport solution can collect significant amounts of surplus food.


Renowned comedian Mark Watson undertook a gruelling 24-hour show to boost our work during the pandemic.

W F Southall Trust

The Trustees generously provided 75 high-grade cool boxes so more charities could collect chilled surplus food than ever before. 

Yorkshire Handling Equipment

YHE donated some brilliant equipment to help our operations team during the Covid-19 crisis.

270,000 tonnes of perfectly edible food gets wasted by the food industry each year.

That’s enough for nearly 650,000,000 meals

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