Feedo Needo

Feedo Needo is a project of UKCAB established in 2006. Our charity is a community development not for profit organisation that offers food to people who are in need. It aims to offer multi-faceted contributions to communities, advances community and development goals and works to fill the overall needs for its targeted focus areas. Our faith inspires us to be an organisation built on compassion and motivated by love.

Everyday people in the UK go hungry for reasons ranging from redundancy to receiving an unexpected bill on a low income. A simple box of food makes a big difference, with foodbanks helping prevent crime, housing loss, family breakdown and mental health problems.

We understand that hunger and homelessness is not only a cause and effect instigated by the government policies, but also lack of skills and expertise people need to join the mainstream market. Most of the needy members of society that we come across lack the skills required to find join the workplaces. Keeping up with our mission of uprooting the root cause of the issue we offer free education opportunities to those in need. These auxiliary projects are given below in a glimpse.

Achievement and Performance of Charity

In UK we have established partnerships with Fair share, Greggs and Tesco that contribute in our food stock. We get a variety of food to cater to various bases. We try to offer food that is nutritious and healthy. This will allow the consumers to get their dose of five a day. Our food includes fruits, cooked 3 course meals, snacks and drinks. We even offer raw food for those who have a place to live but need food supplies. This type of food includes vegetables, condiments, rice etc.

All over the world people die from drinking contaminated water. People die all over the world from drinking this contaminated water fetched with great struggle. This mainly affects children as they are more vulnerable and as their bodies aren't strong enough to fight diarrhoea and other such illnesses.

We are focusing on villages and small towns across the world in providing them clean drinking water. We are also educating people about the importance of clean drinking water, help build a source of clean water like wells/filtering plants so people in the under developed world do not have to drink filthy water, trying to end the threat of diseases originated from contaminated water and claiming lives of children every day.

We are in the process of developing more partnerships to meet the growing needs of people.