Sunday FoodCycle Meal
The Food Chain volunteers have been Feeding The Fight Against HIV on Sundays since Christmas 1988. FoodCycle has been using volunteer-powered community projects across the UK to reduce food poverty and isolation by serving tasty, nutritious meals to vulnerable groups since 2008.
The Food Chain and FoodCycle together make use of donated food items to create a nutritious Sunday evening meal at King’s Cross. We create a welcoming atmosphere where people living with HIV can enjoy a three-course meal with others in the same situation for as long as they require the support.
How much will it cost?
This service is FREE. You have to pay for your travel, but the food is FREE.
When is it?
Every Sunday in Acorn House, Kings Cross from 1.30pm. The meal is served promptly at 2pm.
The first three-course meal was served on Sunday 27 July 2014.
Who can come?
If you are living with HIV in London then you can come. You can even bring your partner and children if you want. Call The Food Chain for the address - 02078431800
How long can I come for?
As often as you like!
There is no end date for this service. You can come just the once or every Sunday.
Will you pay my travel?
Sorry, no. Neither FoodCycle nor The Food Chain can pay for your travel on a Sunday.
I’m Vegetarian, will there be food for me?
Yes. All the food on a Sunday is Vegetarian.
Do I have to book?
No. Food is served at 2:00pm and will be served to everyone until it runs out. Arrive early to make sure you get some!
Can I volunteer?
Yes. FoodCycle need volunteer Cooks, Hosts and Food Collectors. Sign-up via their website. FoodCycle can reimburse some volunteer expenses.