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Dig out those running shoes, organise a bake sale, host a food waste pop-up…

Three very good reasons to fundraise for FoodCycle…

  • Do it for the cause. We all agree that food waste and food poverty simply should not coexist. By raising funds for FoodCycle you’ll help us to turn even more surplus food into three-course meals for people who are struggling to get by.
  • Do it for yourself. Finishing a challenge event will allow you to improve your fitness, achieve personal goals, and make memories that will last a lifetime.
  • Do it to make a difference. Our projects have a strong local impact, and your money will go directly to support our projects serve even more meals.

Challenges: half marathons, fun runs, Tough Mudders, skydives, hikes and bike rides… there are so many possibilities! Have the experience of a lifetime and raise vital funds for FoodCycle. We’d love to hear about the exciting challenges that you are setting yourself and we’d be thrilled if you chose to fundraise for FoodCycle.

If physical challenges aren’t your thing, how about getting sponsored to shave your head, grow a moustache or a sponsored silence!

Organise an event: from pub quizzes to clothes swaps, dinner parties to dress-down-days, carol-singing to bag-packing, there are so many ways you can raise money for FoodCycle. Get in touch with the team – we’d love to hear your ideas and support you to make the event a huge success.

Our fundraising promise: FoodCycle is committed to the highest fundraising standards.

We are proud members of the Fundraising Regulator and are committed to accountability, transparency and professionalism at all times. We achieve this by self-regulation – ensuring that all staff members adhere to the Fundraising Regulator’s Code of Practice and that all fundraising activities are carried out in accordance with their key principles.

Take a look at FoodCycle’s Fundraising Promise and do not hesitate to get in touch in accordance with our Fundraising Complaints Policy if you think we are falling short.


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