Get involved


To remain dynamic, flexible and responsive, we rely on funding from you – our incr-edible supporters! We cannot rely on project funding to do all our work, nor corporate sponsorship – which on principle we will not accept.

We are grateful for any contribution you can make using the one-off donation box below. Donate today and help put a stop to global food waste.


Join us in working towards building a better food system by signing our pledge. Find out more about our model for a better food system here.

If you are a business sign up to the principles of the Food Waste Pyramid.



Spread the word

Connect and talk to us on social media. Visit our Twitter, Facebook and Instagram feeds to help spread the word on the delicious solutions to food waste.

Buy Toast Ale

Toast ale is an award-winning beer made from surplus bread and all the profits go towards our work to create a food system that nourishes the planet. A triple win of less bread waste, great beer and more awesome campaigning – cheers!

For businesses

Sign up to the Food Waste Pyramid and reduce food waste by y avoiding unwanted surpluses, diverting surplus food to charities or livestock feed and avoiding landfill.

Create your own event

Creating your own celebratory feast is fun, easy and a great way to raise awareness of the global food waste scandal right in your own local community. Check out our toolkit for organising food waste feasts!

Rescue fruit and veg from going to waste

Join our Gleaning Network to rescue fresh fruit and veg from going to waste on farms.

Live in London? Get involved in our urban harvesting network and stop delicious fruit from going to waste in your neighbourhood.

Become a food waste warrior 

Ask your local supermarkets, cafes and restaurants what they do with surplus food. Encourage them to make links with local food redistribution charities. Tell them about the Food Waste Pyramid and ask them to adopt it.

STOP WASTING FOOD at home! There are lots of great websites with recipes for using up leftovers like Love Food Hate Waste and BBC Good Food.