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FoodCycle’s impact in 2016

We’re so happy to announce FoodCycle's third impact report which we launched at the beginning of 2016! It’s a celebration of everything our volunteers do to build communities, support vulnerable people and make a difference to the lives of our guests.

Let’s go gleaning!

As FoodCyclers, food fanatics and fans of the open air, both Sarah and Clare at FoodCycle HQ have been keen to go gleaning for a long time.

On a sunny Monday in August, we headed down to a farm in Sussex to save surplus sweetcorn.

Organising a fundraising event – top tips!

In this guest post, Tess Timothy, one half of FoodCycle’s dynamic fundraising duo, reflects on the lessons she has learnt from masterminding the charity’s 2016 gala dinner. Tess gives some pearls of wisdom for the budding events organiser, and gives some key insights into what its like to put on a high profile event.

Birmingham Aston: The story so far…

FoodCycle Birmingham relaunched at the end of April 2016. In this guest post, the Birmingham Aston Hub Leader team reflect on the first couple of weeks of setting up and running the Hub.

Kenwood’s kitchen takeover

This post is written by Roisin Kay, Hub Leader at FoodCycle Portsmouth and Recipe Development Chef (what a great title!) at Kenwood, one of FoodCycle’s charity partners. Last week, an enthusiastic team from Kenwood took part in a ‘kitchen takeover’ at Portsmouth Hub.

Can you help out at FoodCycle Clacton?

FoodCycle Clacton-on-Sea is looking to recruit a volunteer Support Officer to help out at the project’s weekly cooking sessions on Monday lunchtimes.

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