About Campaign

ends 28 Feb 2022, 11:59 PM
Feed The City 3.0 is an initiative that aims to feed people in need by allowing them to redeem food at their preferred F&B and at their preferred time.

This reinvention is a response to The Food Bank Singapore's findings on distributions that usually happen at fixed timings and fixed types of food. We believe that it is about giving choices and empowering beneficiaries to select what they need.

As an extension of our Bank Card programme, The Food Bank Singapore launched a merchant app, Tap-A-Meal, where Food Bank Cards with 50 virtual credits every month will be allowed at F&B outlets for beneficiaries to redeem meals, on top of redeeming at our Food Bank vending machines.

Together with partner F&B, Subway, 5,000 beneficiaries will be able to redeem Subway sandwiches island-wide for the next 3 months.

Help us end food insecurity of all forms!
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About the Charity

Established in 2012, The Food Bank Singapore is Singapore's first food bank and aims to be the prevailing centralised coordinating organisation for all food donations.

Our mission is to eradicate food insecurity of all forms in Singapore by 2025, by bridging potential donors and member beneficiaries through collection and redistribution of donated food.
We serve registered charity organisations or societies with a designated meal programme for low income and underprivileged individuals and families. Through a network of more than 370 such organisations of all sizes, we impact more than 100,000 families and over 300,000 people with all kinds of food; from fresh to cooked.

Our 370 member beneficiaries that include:
Family Service Centres (FSCs)
Senior Activity Centres (SACs)
Schools with students under Financial Assistance
Soup Kitchens
Various types of Homes (Nursing Homes, Children's Homes, Halfway houses)

In 2020, we redistributed 1.6 MILLION KG of food to people in need!

FUNDRAISE FOR THIS CAMPAIGN

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SUPPORTED CAUSES
Children & Youth
Community
Environment
Social Service