13th April 2020 | Covid-19

Inspiring food drops for Mole Vale communities

Responding to the Covid 19 crisis, Mid Surrey Community Fridges has changed how it operates. It is no longer distributing the good, surplus food it collects – from waste food charity, FareShare, plus supermarkets, shops and producers – to the public via three static fridge sites and a refrigerated Mobile Fridge. Instead, it has launched a referral only bag drop service for the Mole Valley communities, working with Social Services, Mole Valley DC, schools, Leatherhead Youth Project, Brockham Emergency Response Team (BERT), St John’s Church, North Holmwood and the Link Up Project (Goodwyns Estate) to identify the most needy. With an amazing team of 80+ volunteers, in just three weeks midsurreycommunityfridges.co.uk upscaled to 4500kgs, making-up 650+ bags for vulnerable people and delivering door to door.


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