Weʼre raising £3,500 to help pay for the running costs of the community fridge in Chesham
- Chesham, UK
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What is the Chesham Community Fridge?
The Chesham Community Fridge project is run under the auspices of Kings Church Chesham in conjunction with the Hubbub Foundation.
It is a non-profit charity project that aims to redistribute surplus food to the general community that would otherwise become food waste. It aims to relieve pressures on household food budgets; provide a community area that fosters sharing and collaboration; reduce local business food waste; and raise public awareness around this food issue.
For more information visit our website: http://cheshamcommunityfridge.org/
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- 2 years ago
Pauline Kirkham2 years ago
Thank you all for your support. Our shed is being built next week and the electrics should be going in the week after. The project is slowly getting there. We'll post a picture of the shed when it is up!
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Jun 19, 2019
I visit every week and it's great to be able to use food destined for the landfill. Thanks to all the volunteers.
Jun 16, 2019
The Chesham Community Fridge is a great initiative run by the people of Chesham and for all the people of Chesham. Thank you.
Jun 1, 2019
Thank you for setting up and running this very valuable project. You are making Chesham a better place for all of us!
Feb 15, 2019
This is a wonderful project and I hope people will respect the opportunity it offers- I am donating as I read that some people appear to be taking advantage - I want the project to know it is valued
Jan 4, 2019
Great initiative which helps lots of people
Jan 1, 2019
Many thanks for all your hard work.
Dec 9, 2018
Great initiative. Can't stand waste...
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