How Your Donation Makes a Difference
$10 helps provide dinner for someone living in hunger for five days
$30 helps provide dinner for someone living in hunger for half a month.
$60 helps provide dinner for someone living in hunger for a month.
$200 allows community groups to sustainably reach out, and provide meals to 5 families once a week, for a month.
Our Campaign Storyends 31 Oct 2021, 11:59 PM
Affording daily meals may not be an issue for many of us, but sadly, there are people who cannot afford this basic necessity.
Free Food For All Limited (FFFA) provides free meals to the elderly, disabled, non-ambulant, low income households living in rental flats, financially distressed, rough sleepers..
1) Ready to Eat Meals
These halal (vegetarian & non-vegetarian) meal pouches, with long shelf life without refrigeration, requires no cooking, are highly nutritious and suitable for a diverse profile of beneficiaries.
2) Frozen Bulk Protein Meals
Catered to low-income households with children, these meals are precooked, frozen and with long shelf life and can be ready in under 10 minutes.
3) Food Redistribution
Food items with short shelf life like milk, groceries, vegetables and fruits obtained from supermarkets are redistributed to the needy.
4) SG Food Rescue
Food waste rescue (fruits and vegetables) that are edible but physically unappealing, are channeled to the less fortunate.
5) FFFA Empowerment
Beneficiaries get to attend courses to upgrade their skills. Food and transport support are available while they are on course.
6) FFFA Community Fridge
Located at Yishun, about 200 households benefited from the free food items in a 3 panel chiller.
Your kind support can help FFFA continue its remarkable work, and leave no one hungry and helpless.
Your gift will make a world of difference to the beneficiaries.
Thank you so much for your kindness.
About The Charity
Free Food for All (FFFA) had given out more then 500,000 meals since its inception in early 2015.
FFFA is meant for everyone and anyone who needs a meal. However, we provide special emphasis to the elderly, disabled and financially distressed. We hope that by fulfilling a basic human need for food, they will be empowered to take action and raise themselves out of poverty. We also believe that our project has the potential to foster a more gracious society and strengthen community spirit especially between neighbours.
We are hopeful and optimistic that FFFA, with the gracious help of the community, can run entirely on contributions from members of the public.