The Felix Project
What is The Felix Project?
The Felix Project is a food redistribution charity. They collect food that would otherwise go to waste but is perfectly fine to eat and distribute it to schools and charities across London.
What is the schools' programme?
The Felix Project Schools Programme is a programme through which schools across the country can reduce food waste and all the associated consequences, such as the emissions of CO2 and methane. The Felix Project works with the school to develop awareness and skills around food waste, and we will take practical action against it. Together we will be making a difference!
Weekly delivery of food
St Edmund's receives a weekly delivery of produce from The Felix Project. The food distribution will be available every Tuesday from 2:00 pm from outside the school office. Just by using this food and averting it from going to a landfill, you will be preventing the same amount of environmental damage as a car driving around the globe twice every year!
More information on The Felix Project can be found by clicking here.