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Sodexo’s Stop Hunger Foundation raises £286,000 at annual dinner

Sodexo’s Stop Hunger Foundation raised £286,000 at its annual dinner, held at the Amex Stadium in Brighton on Thursday evening (21 March). The event saw Sodexo welcome distinguished supply partners, clients, charity partners and friends to its annual event celebrating ...

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Sodexo donates 100,000 meals to food redistribution charity

Sodexo Health & Care has this week donated 100,000 frozen meals to support food redistribution charity, The Bread and Butter Thing. Working with Sodexo’s Stop Hunger Foundation and its supply partners Brakes and Lineage Logistics the frozen meals have been ...

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Sodexo’s partnership with FareShare hits £1.5m funding milestone

Sodexo and food redistribution charity, Fareshare, is celebrating a milestone with the total financial support donated from the Sodexo Stop Hunger Foundation to FareShare reaching an amazing £1.5 million. The two organisations have been working together since 2005, with a ...

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Sodexo raises over £144,000 to help tackle food insecurity

Sodexo’s Stop Hunger Foundation dinner, which took place on 1 March at Headlingley Stadium in Leeds, has raised over £144,000 to support projects tackling food insecurity and its root causes. Sodexo is the founding partner of the Sodexo Stop Hunger ...

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University teams to tackle food insecurity with funding from Sodexo

Five university teams have won funding from Sodexo to tackle food insecurity. A Dragon’s Den-style competition involving 85 students from 26 universities throughout the UK was held last month by the Sodexo Stop Hunger Foundation in partnership with social enterprise and ...

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Sodexo builds on partnership to tackle food insecurity

The Sodexo Stop Hunger Foundation is extending its work with food redistribution charity, The Bread and Butter Thing (TBBT), to help provide nutritious food for thousands of families in the North of England while at the same time significantly reducing ...

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