Are you making a difference in your community?
Many food and drink supply chain companies work closely with their communities and this can either be a physical community, such as those living close to the factory; a specific sector of society or even an online community.
We are looking for companies that have carried out outstanding work with their chosen community and made a positive difference.
Have you considered...
...entering for other awards?
You can enter several categories, and nominate multiple projects and colleagues within the same category too, as long as they are distinct.
Community Partner 2023
The Bread and Butter Thing is passionate about unleashing the power of food to ignite long-lasting change in struggling neighbourhoods across the UK.
Community Partner 2022 - FoodCycle
FoodCycle has been running Community Meals across the country for over 12 years but the pandemic impacted on how they ran their services. They completely changed their opeartions, introducing a delivery service, telephone service and takeaway meals.
Community Partner 2021 - FareShare
2020 was a challenging year. The FareShare network pulled together to rise to the occasion, with staff and volunteers working flat out on the front-line throughout the Covid-19 pandemic to get food to vulnerable people.
Community Partner 2020
The Bread and Butter Thing is a charity having a transformative effect on deprived communities across Greater Manchester. They make a real difference to the lives of thousands of families by delivering weekly produce bags, sourced from surplus food and non-food items.
Community Partner 2019
Bags of Taste is a non-profit community based organisation. We run free cooking and dietary behaviour-change programmes for people facing food poverty.