2021 was another big year for us with the Covid-19 pandemic continuing to challenge as we settled in to a new normal. We’ve continued growing and we’re aiming even higher in 2022 to support more vulnerable people in the community. We are still developing partnerships across South, West and North Wales to make sure we’re there for the people who need it.

Our warehouse is a hive of activity with our amazing volunteers helping us rescue surplus food from landfill and distribute it to those in need. We’re even more focused on supporting services that are about more than just the food. We work with projects that tackle the root causes and not just the symptoms of hunger.

To find out more about our impact download the full annual report for 2020-21 

The stats (2021): 

1181.767 tonnes

of food redistributed to charities and community groups with South Wales, of which 735t was surplus

188

charities and community organisations supported

13

qualifications and training courses gained

2,813,787

meals provided to vulnerable people

155

volunteers gave 16,385 hours of their time with seven going onto paid employment

2270 tonnes

of CO2 emissions saved from a reduction of 735t of food and drink waste

About us

FareShare Cymru was established in 2010 and began delivering food in July 2011. By using quality, in date surplus food which would otherwise have

Our impact

2021 was another big year for us with the Covid-19 pandemic continuing to challenge as we settled in to a new normal. We’ve continued

Meet the team

If you have any questions or queries, we would love to hear from you.   Our general contact details are:  General office email: info@fareshare.cymru Office