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Closed 30/07/2020

5%
£2,660
raised of £50,000 target by 68 supporters

    Weʼve raised £2,660 to feed Londoners in need!

    London, UK
    Funded on Thursday, 30th July 2020

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    Help buy food for Londoners struggling due to Covid-19.

    A city is nothing without its people. It’s the nurses, shop workers, bus drivers and so many others who are working on the frontline right now, putting themselves at risk for us. It's those who work in entertainment, travel and hospitality, many of whom are now out of work. Its the children who relied on school dinners as their main meal of the day. Its also the nearly two million of Londoners were struggling with food poverty even before this pandemic took hold. We're on a mission to feed the people who make this city what it is.

    Your donations will help us feed 150,000 children over the next two weeks.

    Tower Hamlets council have asked us to help them feed up to 15,000 children a day over the Easter holidays. The new government school meal vouchers are for term time only leaving a lot of hungry mouths to feed in the holidays. Your support will help us feed as many of these children as we can.

    We're getting out-of-work chefs back in the kitchen, repurposing restaurants that have been forced to close down, so they can now produce nutritious meals for people in need across the city.

    We're a non-profit group of Londoners, many of whom have worked in hospitality and are using our network and expertise to assist organisations tackle food poverty across the capital. Our work ranges from helping local governments like Tower Hamlets feed school children; supporting industry charities like Hospitality Action Uk; and getting groceries and hot meals to local charities like Compliments of the House so they can feed the vulnerable in South London.

    Your donations will mean we can get more chefs back to work to support even more partners with the food they need to feed the people of London.

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    • A Plate For London1 year ago
      A Plate For London

      A Plate For London

      1 year ago

      Thanks to our first donor! Your £100 means we can feed 50 children a nutritious lunch, and help keep our chefs back at work!

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    1 year ago

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    Supporters

    68

    • Stomp the Pedal

      Stomp the Pedal

      Apr 23, 2020

      Stomp the Pedal, a small UK business is very proud and honoured to donate 5% of all sales that we made during the past week. I hope this helps many many families. Thank you for doing a great thing.

      £287.55

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Apr 22, 2020

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Apr 16, 2020

      I wish to donate in recognition of the support of my friends in Tabard RFC have been giving to the charity

      £50.00

    • Howard

      Howard

      Apr 14, 2020

      Well done LJ

      £40.00

    • Sean

      Sean

      Apr 14, 2020

      £30.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Apr 14, 2020

      £30.00

    • Malwina

      Malwina

      Apr 13, 2020

      £40.00

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    A Plate For London

    A Plate For London

    London, UK

    We exist to ensure that every Londoner has access to at least one healthy meal per day. We've partnered with local councils, charities and social enterprises to get nutritious meals into their communities. We've got out-of-work chefs back to work to cook the food our people need.

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