We’ve teamed up with The Felix Project and we need your donations!
For those not in the know, The Felix Project is an organisation that collects surplus food and delivers to charities tackling food poverty. (this is where we come in…)
The organisation was set up by Justin Byam Shaw to commemorate his late son Felix, after his untimely passing in 2014. Felix was known for his compassion and his parent’s wished to create something he would be proud of to continue his legacy, and so, The Felix Project was born.
So, from the 28th – 31st of December we will be collecting food donations from our customers and traders in order to help tackle food poverty within the UK this season.
We hope that you will all have plenty to donate to help those in need this time of year. If you would like to donate, please make your way to the Market Manager’s Office and leave your contribution with a member of the team.
The MM office is located 6 stalls in to the left from the Goldhawk Road entrance of the market, please feel free to ask any trader as they will be able to point you in the right direction.
There are guidelines in place what can and can’t be donated, please see below;
Please donate any items from the following;
- Fresh Fruit & Vegetables
- Dried goods ie pasta, rice etc
- Wrapped/Packaged bread, pastries and cakes (no loose loaves/rolls or cakes)
- Tinned food
- Packet goods ie soups, mixes etc
- Jars ie sauces, jams etc
Please do not donate;
- Meat Products
- Fish Products
- Anything past it’s sell by date
We will stop taking donations on the 31st December.
This a great cause and a fantastic alternative to throwing out any food you feel you may longer need. Don’t forget to tweet us and let us know what you’ve donated!!