FareShare is a not for profit company that distributes food to charities. However, the organization doesn’t operate as a local or traditional food bank. Therefore, it is impossible to get food parcels from the organization directly. If you need food, you might have to contact other bodies such as Trussel Trust, Homeless UK, or Citizens Advice Bureau for further assistance.

The food you get from FareShare is nutritious and healthy to consume. It is composed of eighteen independent organizations that source and redistribute surplus food to charities within the country. At the time of writing, FareShare supplies food to around 11,000 community groups and frontline charities.

How to Unsubscribe

If you have had enough from FareShare, the best thing to do is to unsubscribe. To end your contract and stop receiving donations from FareShare, you will use the same details you used when signing up with them.

Head to the company’s homepage and collect their email address or phone number. Draft an email stating that you would like to discontinue the contract and stop receiving food donations from them. You should do this based on the terms and conditions of the agreement that you had signed.

Required documents

FareShare only deals with charities and community groups, but not individuals. To sign up and get their services, you must operate as a manager or someone responsible for a given charity or community group.

To start receiving food donations, you will key in the details of the group, such as the name, number of beneficiaries, location, etc. Remember, since this is a non-profit organization, when you set up a subscription, you will be required to pay a certain fee.

After submitting your request, the company will get back to you with further details.

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● Lewis Food
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