FareShare Sussex delivers food to around 100 organisations across the county, which contributes to thousands of meals every week for homeless and vulnerable people.
We currently deliver within Brighton & Hove and have further routes out as far as Bognor, Crawley, Reigate and Hastings where we supply to organisations such as homeless shelters, children’s centres, lunch clubs, food banks and supported housing schemes. If you are outside of Sussex or Surrey visit the National FareShare website to find out where else in the UK you can find a centre.
We are expanding our service and looking for more organisations across Sussex and Surrey to benefit from FareShare food.
We are currently prioritising new organisations in Redhill and East Sussex.
Could Fareshare food help your project?
If you are involved in a charitable project that provides or plans to provide food parcels or meals to your clients and are interested in benefiting from weekly deliveries of good quality, nutritious food, you may be eligible to receive FareShare food!
Read the information pack below for more details.
If you have read through the documents and think your project may be eligible, call us now on 01273 671 111 to discuss. You can also download the application form.
What our members tell us
In our last member organisation survey:
- 89% agreed or strongly agreed that FareShare’s service allows them to provide a greater quality of food
- 84% agreed or strongly agreed that FareShare’s food has improved the physical health and mental well-being of their clients
- 84% agreed or strongly agreed that FareShare’s food has alleviated food poverty amongst their clients
- 98% would recommend our service to other projects
“FareShare enables us to pass the money we save back onto our families through keeping the fees for our childcare low. It enables us to go the extra mile in ensuring that families often living on the bread line have that bit extra to help them cope.” Puffin Community Nursery
Are you an individual looking for support?
FareShare only passes food to its member projects, not directly to individuals. If you are experiencing food poverty and need to find your nearest food bank or low-cost meal service, visit the Brighton & Hove Food Partnership’s website for lots of useful information. If you are outside the Brighton & Hove area, visit the Trussell Trust’s online food bank finder. Please note most food banks require a referral from a professional body such as a Housing Association, children’s centre or welfare agency.