How can I volunteer for Feedback?
There are many ways to get involved in our work from volunteering at an event to creating your own event. Click here to find out more.
How do I donate to Feedback?
How can I get involved in Feedback’s gleaning network?
You can sign up to our gleaning list here to find out about upcoming gleans near you and to be notified if a new gleaning hub opens in your area. To learn more about media opportunities for gleaning, click here.
I’m a journalist writing an article on food waste, can I speak to someone from Feedback?
For media inquiries please contact us at:[email protected] on 0203 051 8633. You can find our press releases here. If you are interested in learning about media opportunities for gleaning, click here.
I have surplus food that I want to donate, how can I do this?
We have developed a list of organisations who can receive and use, or otherwise help with, donations of surplus food so you can feed bellies not bins.
Where can I read about Feedback’s research on international supply chains?
For years, Feedback have been investigating the supply chains of some of Europe’s largest retailers, read our reports here.
I want to organise a Feeding the 5000 event, where do I start?
Can someone from the Feedback team speak at our event?
As a small charity, Feedback has very limited capacity to attend or speak at events, as much as we’d like to come to yours. Unfortunately this means we currently have to decline the vast majority of speaking requests.
I am student doing a research project on food waste, can Feedback be involved in the research?
Unfortunately, as a small charity with limited capacity it is very difficult for us to prioritise research projects unless they are part of our own work. You can find our research reports here and updates on our work here.
How can I fundraise for Feedback?
I run a business and want to tackle our food waste, where do I start?
Start by adopting the food waste pyramid which shows the simple steps that businesses can take to tackle food waste, in order of priority. Want to redistribute surplus food? Here is a list of organisations who can receive and use, or otherwise help with, donations of surplus food. If you are seeking further advice and projects to collaborate with check out the FoodWIN network.