• How IFAN is funded

    During 2020 IFAN was funded by donations from the general public, Depop, Church Action on Poverty and Lajna Ima'illah UK 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 was awarded a grant by The National Community Lottery Fund to support our Cash First Project in England. The British Medical Journal (BMJ) ran their Annual Appeal on behalf of IFAN during December 2020/January 2021. In January 2021, IFAN was awarded a grant by the Aurum Charitable Trust and in March 2021, the Albert Hunt Trust.


    For organisations considering making a donation to IFAN


    Please see IFAN's criteria for considering the acceptance of proposed donations or funding exceeding £500:


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


    2. Does the company/companies offering funding pay staff and sub-contracted staff the Real Living Wage?


    3. Does/do the company/companies involved have investments in tobacco, arms, 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.org.uk.

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