FareShare Greater Manchester supplies over 200 charities across Greater Manchester with fresh, tasty, in-date food from the food industry. If you use food in your charity, social enterprise, school or other not-for-profit organisation, you can sign up to receive food too.
How does FareShare Greater Manchester support member organisations?
FareShare Greater Manchester provides access to a wide variety of fresh, chilled, frozen and long-life foods. Due to our strong links across the food industry, we can offer a regular supply of the food types. Moreover, you can always get what you need, be it for variety or quantity.
FareShare Greater Manchester Community Food Members (CFMs) are charged a minimal fee for the food they receive compared to the retail value of the food and the volumes required. In addition to the full food orders from our warehouse, members have access to free surplus food from local supermarkets through FareShare Go. This means they can use their funds on other vital services. On average members save £7,900 per year on their food bill.
FareShare Greater Manchester has a strong community of members who we support with food provision and more. If your needs change, we can adapt our service to match. We can provide advice on food safety and can offer volunteering opportunities to service users. Additionally, as part of a network of organisations, we will let you know about any news that could benefit you.
So, do you want to receive food donations from FareShare?
- Complete the form on the left-hand side of this page, or;
- Click on the links below to find out about each way of receiving food.
You can also learn more about food waste and sustainability here with a range of resources and tips on reducing food waste, sustainable food production and other related topics. By working together, we can build a more sustainable future for our communities and our planet.