Fundraise for us today

Join the fight to end hunger and tackle food waste in Greater Manchester

Fundraising for FareShare Greater Manchester helps us to continue to redistribute quality food to vulnerable people across Greater Manchester.

We receive no statutory funding and rely entirely on donations and grants to keep is doing the work that we do. Every pound raised helps us to provide 4 meals for people who may otherwise go without food.

Whatever your skills, interests of sporting passions there is a fundraising option to suit you.

Take on a Challenge

Whether running, swimming or cycling is your thing, taking on a challenge can boost your fitness, improve mental health and give you a goal to work towards. Your fundraising efforts for FareShare Greater Manchester can have a huge impact, as every £1 raised provides 4 meals.

If you have your own place in a challenge event, we would love to hear from you, and we can share our top tips to maximise your fundraising

Organise an Event

Throw a bash to raise some cash. Whatever you’re into there are plenty of ways to get some friends together to raise some money to support the vital work we do.

Host a food waste themed dinner party, a cocktail evening or a summer picnic, host a quiz, a sports day tournament or even a bake sale.

Give it Up

Whether its alcohol, chocolate, coffee, meat, or crisps, the savings you can make on giving up something for a month or two can really add up. Just £10 can provide 480 meals to people in need  across Greater Manchester.

Donate while you Shop

Amazon enables their customers to make donations to FareShare Greater Manchester (through our parent charity EMERGE 3Rs) through AmazonSmile. It’s a simple an automatic way for you to support us every time you shop, at no cost to you. For more information and to choose us as your charity, click here.

Please note that you can only use Amazon Smile when accessing the desktop version of the Amazon website. The Smile facility isn’t presently available within the Amazon app.

Over 600,000 people in Greater Manchester live in households that are struggling to get by.

That includes 180,000 children and young people.