• 'At Made In Hackney people can learn to cook healthy food to stay well and learn to look after the environment. It's a special community facility.' Jah Spirit, Volunteer

  • ‘I’m so happy to receive this food. I’m out of work so knowing I can get a warm, healthy meal is one less worry. People walk from all over London to get this food.’ Celso Lopez, Food Recipient.

  • Disaster Relief & International Projects

  • Food for All

    Matthew Waer, Food For All customer ‘I shop here as it’s community focused, not-for-profit orientated and they sell good products at the right price. As far as shops go – it’s pretty special.’

Our Projects In The UK

Food For All London

Food For All

Health Food Shop
Opened in 1976 Food For All is a not-for-profit limited company, health food store, herbal dispensary and much loved community asset.

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Made In Hackney

Made In Hackney

Local Food Kitchen
Our pioneering eco-community kitchen teaches vital local food skills – growing, cooking, composting – that are good for people and planet.

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Feeding Programme


Support for Homeless
Up to 400 free meals a week are made from produce that would otherwise be wasted and served to people, mainly homeless, in need of food.

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Projects AMURT UK Supports Abroad

Disaster Relief

AMURT UK is part of a global network of local AMURT chapters that respond to humanitarian disasters.

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Burkina Faso

AMURT Burkina Faso was founded in 2004 in association with the Department of Health and the Deou medical centre in the district of Deou.

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AMURT Kenya run a myriad of projects from HIV-care, youth programmes, emergency mass-feeding and health/social enterprise initiatives.

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AMURT Romania has been providing vocational skills and housing to vulnerable young people, many homeless, since 1990.

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AMURT Ghana began work in the mid 1990s as part of the Mafi-Zongo Area Water Project located in the Ghana’s Volta Region.

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AMURT Nigeria launched in 2010. The chapters core work is to reduce mother and child mortality rates.

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