Much of our work benefits vulnerable adults and people experiencing deprivation, isolation, poor health and other life challenges. Our work makes lasting changes to habits and behaviours which improve lives.
How you can help
- teach a person with learning disabilities to cook independently
- run a therapeutic gardening session for people who have been homeless
- ensure people who cannot afford food get the help they need
- match an isolated older person with a meal cooked by a neighbour
We also run a bursary scheme in our Community Kitchen – anyone can ‘pay it forward’ by paying for a space on a cookery class for someone who could not attend otherwise. Donations of £35-50 pay for a typical course place.
We welcome donations by cheque or BACS. Please contact us for more information.
Thank you for supporting our work in any way you can – browse our website for more information on donating time, surplus food and more.