Love Food Give Food is coming to a close for 2018, but if you’d like to take part in 2019, contact us to find out how.
You've got a passion for creating and sharing food
You love a good excuse to socialise
You want to try a new fundraising challenge
You believe no child should die from hunger
You want to use your skills and passion to help ensure that they don't have to
There are lots of different ways to get involved but we’ve listed some of our favourites below. If you’d like more details, simply sign-up to receive a free fundraising pack in the post. Don’t worry if fundraising at work isn’t your thing, just check out how you can get involved at home or in your community and make your food good in more ways than one.
There’s nothing like a bit of friendly competition to make fundraising more fun! Appoint two judges and invite your colleagues to take part in your own office bake off competition. Charge participants a nominal fee to take part and double that for anyone that wants to come and watch and try out the tasty treats!
Pot Luck Lunch
Get together with some of your most kitchen-capable colleagues and each prepare a dish to share with the rest of your workmates. Pick a date when there’ll be lots of people around and let everyone know in advance that their lunch is sorted for that day! Ask everyone to donate what they would have spent on lunch that day.
Any budding chefs or bakers in your office? Ask them if they’d be willing to raffle or auction off one of their culinary creations to raise funds for Action Against Hunger.
The best part of the fundraising was making it social and sharing the experience with my colleagues and friends. Often fundraising can seem lonely or annoying having to ask for money - but by providing an albeit simple lunch, it got everyone together - talking about the charity and important time away from desks.
Love Food Give Food Fundraising Pack
Information, advice and inspiration to help you plan your fundraiser.
Press Release Template
A template to help you publicise your event in local newspapers, radio or TV outlets.