I often get asked this question when I tell people what I do.Read the whole story
Back in October 2014 we heard from Stephanie in Bristol. After hearing about MakeLunch through the Cinnamon Network, Stephanie looked us up and was surprised to find that there wasn’t currently a MakeLunch Kitchen in Bristol. A city where there are lots of pockets of need and poverty.Read the whole story
We are excited to announce an opening to join our team. Are you are next Team Member? Do you know someone who is?Read the whole story
This summer we've been piloting a new form of school partnership. St Matthew's Primary School in Luton stayed open for an extra week during the school holidays, offering an action-packed programme of sports and creative arts. The school staff were around to run the activities while MakeLunch volunteers from local churches joined the kitchen teams, led by the school's regular chefs, to provide meals for the 111 children who signed up.
During the week, Anne Hall, a Masters Journalism student from the University of Lincoln, visited to see what was going on. Here's her report...
Today, Kellogg's have released the findings of their research on holiday hunger. We're excited to be partnering with them this summer...Read the whole story
A brand new resource for holiday hunger provision...Read the whole story
This May, the Aviva Community Fund present the applicants for their 2015 community funding. Two of our Lunch Kitchens have applied.Read the whole story
New team announcements...Read the whole story