Networks and Partnerships

The networks that we work with include:

  • Barnsley Food Partnership – we fundraise and coordinate the Barnsley Healthy Holidays campaign in addition to providing surplus food to delivery partners. We also support the Partnership by managing Barnsley Food Bank Partnership and its delivery of crisis support. In 2018 we delivered widespread provision via the Feeding Britain campaign and Department of Education. As part of BFP we are helping Barnsley to achieve the Sustainable Food Cities Bronze Award.
  • End Hunger UK – FareShare campaign alongside End Hunger UK to raise awareness of food insecurity and the harm is causes.
  • Feeding Bradford – the network provides food to families who require support and aid. They have a a vast amount of volunteers and receive donations of food.
  • Feeding Britain – we work alongside Feeding Britain and campaign for more food support for children during the summer holidays.
  • Leeds City Council Financial Inclusion Steering Group – our Chief Executive sits on the FISG alongside other strategic partners of LCC.
  • Leeds Community Foundation Healthy Holidays Funding Panel – our Chief Executive supports LCF with the allocation of funding to eligible organisations across Leeds
  • Leeds Food Aid Network – exists to help bring different people, initiatives and institutions together who are involved in tackling food poverty in the city of Leeds.
  • Leeds Food Partnership- LFP celebrates good food and helps to address health issues such as malnutrition and obesity. FareShare Yorkshire helped LFP achieve a Sustainable Food Cities Bronze Award in July 2019.
  • Rotherham Food in Crisis – the FiC Partnership work tirelessly to support people in crisis. Last year approximately 4,000 people, including many families, accessed food as a result. The FiC Partnership is supported by a range of organisations, including Rotherham Borough Council and food provided by FareShare Yorkshire.
  • Sustainable Cities – FareShare Yorkshire supports Sustainable Cities in Leeds and Bradford, helping their population centres to gain bronze status.
  • SSELP – Sheffield South East Learning Partnership is a collaboration of18 nursery, primary and secondary schools across SE Sheffield. We sit on its Poverty Strategy Team.

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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