You Should Take Part if


You've got a passion for creating and sharing food


You love a good excuse to socialise

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You want to try a new fundraising challenge

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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

Ways to fundraise

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 home isn’t your thing, just check out how you can get involved at work or in your community and make your food good in more ways than one.

Be the Host with the Most

Pick a date to treat friends and loved ones to a night of your best homemade spread! Whether you want to keep things simple or give the night a theme, decide which dishes are sure to please and ask your guests to donate what they would have spent eating in a restaurant.

Check out our fundraising pack for more inspiration

Afternoon Tea

Sandwiches, scones and chari-tea – what’s not to like? Get out your best china and host an Afternoon Tea in your home in return for donations.

Find more ideas in our Fundraising Pack

Supper Safari

Don’t fancy preparing a three course menu yourself? Team up with a couple of local friends to host a course each! Collect donations from any guests that haven’t cooked.

View our Fundraising Pack for more ideas

Register for a free fundraising pack

Sign-up to receive your fundraising pack in the post and find the right fundraiser for you.
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I would definitely host a dinner party again, it is a great excuse to get a group of friends together to have a fun evening whilst supporting a worthwhile charity.

– Jess Short, dinner party host
£550 raised

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