• Funding

    During 2020, IFAN has been funded by donations from the general public, Depop and Church Action on Poverty as well as through grants from The Roddick Foundation and The Esmee Fairbairn Foundation specifically in relation to independent food bank food parcel data collation. Towards the end of 2020, IFAN has been also been funded through The National Community Lottery Fund in relation to our Cash First Project in England.

    Criteria re decision-making over potential funding exceeding £500


    1. Does the overall mission/focus of the company/companies involved increase inequality?


    2. Does the company/companies offering funding pay their staff the Real Living Wage?


    3. Does/do the company/companies involved have investments in tobacco, oil, pharmaceuticals or alcohol?


    4. Consideration will be made as to what extent and how a company/companies might use their engagement with IFAN as a way to improve their reputation as a company.


    If you have any questions please contact our Coordinator Sabine Goodwin at sabine@foodaidnetwork.ork.uk.


    Annual Reports


    IFAN's Co-Chair Dr Madeleine Power presented our second annual report at our AGM in London on the 21st of September 2019. Please find this report here.


    IFAN's Chair, Professor Jon May, presented our first annual report at our inaugural AGM in Stockport on the 7th of February 2018 - Chair's Annual Report 2017-18 

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