The TFP Foundation

The TFP Foundation is a charitable embodiment of our purpose and has been set up to use food as a force for good by supporting food, health and education in children and young people.

Through The TFP Foundation we'll be donating a 1p in every £1 of revenue, we'll give content, time and run specific fund raising projects as well as bringing the power of thefoodpeople community, to ensure that we shift food provision and food education for future generations by partnering with aligned charities.

We're delighted to be partnering with 'Chefs in Schools' who as a young and highly ambitious charity are rooted in our joint mission of using food as a force for good; specifically to improve the health and education of children and young people.

So join with us and support the incredible and very necessary work that Chefs in Schools are leading by donating Here! or Buy a copy of our latest e-book where £19 is donated directly to Chefs in Schools

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Chefs in Schools

Improving the health of children through better school food & education.

We believe that school food is vitally important to a child's education. Our mission is to encourage and enable schools across the country to serve great, creative school food - that doesn't just fill young people up, but feeds their imagination too. We also believe that teaching the next generation how to cook and enjoy real food is crucial for their long-term physical and mental health.

Children growing up in areas with the highest levels of socio-economic deprivation are twice as likely to leave primary school obese, with a life-long health consequences of an unhealthy relationship with food. We focus our work primarily in these areas, because we believe every child deserves the right to access, enjoy and learn about good, nutritious food.

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Time to End Child Food Poverty

Chefs in Schools is campaigning alongside many other charities and organisations to end child food poverty.

No child should go hungry or have to worry about where their next meal is coming from, but in Britain far too many are. The impacts of the coronavirus pandemic have shone a spotlight on the issue but children were going hungry long before the pandemic and they will go hungry afterwards if we don't see lasting reform. That isn't good enough.

Hunger and malnutrition have long-term impacts on the health and life outcomes of children. Investing to ensure children don't go hungry is not only the right thing to do morally, it is also an investment in our collective future.

Policy change will minimise child food insecurity, address inequalities, reduce childhood malnutrition and obesity and improve children's academic performance.

Tinned Pears, a film made by some of Chefs in Schools incredible volunteers, reflects those stories and gives an insight into food poverty. We hope it will inspire people to join the #EndChildFoodPoverty campaign. Together we can urge policy makers to implement changes that will make a difference.

Find out how to get involved.

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