Congratulations to the team at Thurrock Lunch Club who served their 1000th meal today!Read the whole story
Coventry City Mission opened it’s doors for the first time yesterday as a Make Lunch kitchen. Here Darren tells us about their first dayRead the whole story
MakeLunch Regional Rep, Vikki, was in Wigan today helping out with a new Lunch Kitchen, except this one doesn't open at lunchtime...Read the whole story
Find out what Lindsay got up to in Boston...
‘Because we can’t escape our ancient hunger to live close to nature, we encircle the house with lawns and gardens, install picture windows, adopt pets and Boston ferns, and scent everything that touches our lives’. Diane Ackerman
This is Lindsay's third post about New York and I still don’t think I will be able to cram in all that we have experienced in the week in the city.
It was a blisteringly hot week and full of good times. It has also been a short journey of discovery and learning that has filled me with faith in human kindness and just darn good manners.Read the whole story
The Cinnamon Network are featuring some stories from volunteers who work with their featured projects. Here's Karen's story. Karen leads the Dorchester Lunch Kitchen, which first opened in the summer of 2012. Read on to find out how she got involved and what difference MakeLunch is making in the community and for the volunteers too.Read the whole story
Lindsay has been in New York city for a few days now this visit to summer meals sites is proving to be an interesting, informative and fun trip.
The City of New York is a phenomenon of human ingenuity. Its difficult to put into words the sights, sounds, smells, colours, and feelings it brings to a visitor. While my purpose to being here is about child hunger and finding out about how the city copes with the issue. I have also been meeting with others working in this area and taking a little bit of time out to enjoy the bustle of what is a urban wonder.Read the whole story
Rach spoke recently at the Mosaic Conference in London, who wanted to hear about MakeLunch as an example of social justice at work.Read the whole story