The objects of Hunger Angels Trust,

To Help in The prevention or relief of poverty in Cornwall, Devon and London by sourcing food destined for waste and sending it to charities and community groups who transform it into nutritious meals for vulnerable people to prevent or relieve poverty.

The food we redistribute is fresh, quality and in date surplus from the food industry.

What we do :

We save food and we make a difference.

We save food destined for waste and send it to charities and community groups who transform it into nutritious meals for vulnerable people. The food we redistribute is fresh, quality and in date surplus from the food industry and the charities we work across the UK and worldwide. The food we provide is in date and good to eat, but has become surplus for simple reasons such as over-production, labelling errors or short shelf-life.”

The organisations we supply food to – from breakfast clubs for disadvantaged children, to homeless hostels, community cafes and domestic violence refuges are places that provide life changing support for the vulnerable throughout Uk and the World.

To help to prevent poverty and the preservation and promotion of good nutrition, good health and social improvement among young people who are suffering from social, economic or emotional distress in particularly through:

 • the collection and redistribution of surplus food;

 • the encouragement of members of the public to undertake voluntary work;

 • the advancement of public education in particular but not exclusively by providing training in the voluntary sector; and

 • the furtherance, for the benefit of the public, of the conservation, protection and improvement of the physical and natural environment through the redirection of waste (in particular food waste) and its adverse environmental impacts.

Close to a billion people still live in Hunger. Each year 2 million children die through malnutrition. This is happening at a time doctors in Britain are warning of the spread of Obesity. We are eating too much while others starve. We are country that prides itself on power and wealth, yet there are millions of  children who go hungry every day. It is our responsibility , not only as a nation, but also as individuals, to get involved.  We must give humbly and be thankful for allowing us to have a part in their hunger.  Remember how fortunate and lucky we are. There are  sufficient resources in this  world to ensure that no one, nowhere, at no time, should go hungry.

The war against hunger is truly mankind’s war of liberation.The first essential component of social justice is adequate food for all mankind. Food is the moral right of all who are born into this world.

Help us turn an environmental problem into a social solution by redistributing surplus food to hungry people who need it.

8.4 million people in the UK, the equivalent of the entire population of London, are struggling to afford to eat.

At least 270,000 tonnes of surplus food from the UK food and drink industry could be redistributed to feed people each year.** This is enough for 650 million meals.

Hunger Angels Trust is committed to community built on diversity, tolerance, cooperation, and mutual respect; we want to contribute to society and demonstrate social responsibility. Our values are important to us, and we aim to live them out in all areas of our work.

We are passionate about what we do and the difference it makes in the lives of others

We are compassionate; we give selflessly and put others before ourselves

We hold ourselves  accountable: we acknowledge and assume responsibility for actions, decisions, and consequences – as individuals and as an organisation.

We are innovative, with the ambition to pursue new and creative ideas that have the potential to change lives for the better.

We empower and encourage staff, volunteers and clients to take the initiative and achieve their best, in a safe environment where mistakes are viewed as learning opportunities.

Help us turn an environmental problem into a social solution by redistributing surplus food to hungry people who need it.

The food we redistribute is in date and good to eat, but has become surplus for simple reasons such as over-production, labelling errors or short shelf-life.

Our dedicated Food Team can work with you to achieve the most cost and time effective solution for dealing with your unsold food, enabling your business to use your surplus food for social good.

We  are part of a global movement working to prevent  hunger by capturing surplus food and delivering it to the people who need it.

We know we won’t solve the problem of hunger alone. In a world where one in nine people go hungry every day change is needed on a global scale. Through our advocacy, campaigning and influencing work we bring our practical experience to bear on national and international policy.