e-Careers helps to fight hunger this Christmas with FareShare & Work for Good
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e-Careers helps to fight hunger this Christmas with FareShare & Work for Good

This year has been a difficult one for the nation, with many of us experiencing challenges and uncertainty. That said, some people would regularly go without food were it not for charities like FareShare. Therefore, we’re proud to announce that we have partnered with FareShare, to fight hunger in the nation’s most vulnerable communities, by donating 1% of every course we sell to this noble cause.

We’re also running our Festive Sale, with many courses discounted, making it a great time to train towards a new career or promotion at work. Remember, every course that you purchase during this time will go to help FareShare carry out their amazing work.  

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About FareShare

FareShare are the UK’s longest running food redistribution charity, who believe that no good food should go to waste, especially while there are people in the UK going hungry.

You may of have heard about FareShare through, England and Manchester United footballer Marcus Rashford, who became synonymous with fighting hunger in the UK. Marcus partnered with FareShare, where he made several significant donations and called on his millions of followers to donate and support this cause.

Marcus has made a significant difference for FareShare and since partnering with the charity, he has:

  • Helped raise enough money to provide food for over 4.2 million meals for children and families.
  • Raised awareness of child hunger in the UK, providing FareShare with prime-time news exposure.
  • Influenced government policy with his #MakeTheUTurn campaign, which ensured free school meals were made available to over 1.3 million vulnerable children, over the summer months.
  • Launched the Child Food Poverty Taskforce, a group of over 15 organisations, which FareShare is a founding member of.   

They redistribute surplus food to charities, who turn it into meals for those who have little to eat. Visit FareShare.

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