Our Supporters

Without the help of our supporters, the project simply will not happen.
A Number of local churches, charities, small businesses support our work and we are working together to tackle food waste and hunger in our local area.

We wouldn't be able to do what we do without the surplus food we collect from our suppliers and also partners who help us with their regular donations and their time.
We would love to take this opportunity to say 'Big Thank You!'

The Foundry International Ltd

Sutton Community Project operates and is part of the Foundry International Ltd, a registered charity (No.1200205) since 1st January 2024. The Foundry exists to advance Christianity and relieve poverty. We play our part principally by catalysing and resourcing the work of the disciple-making and church planting and also by strategically supporting and empowering effective social and community transformation. Our visit is for Jesus and we exist to serve and equip His church worldwide: we want to love and serve His people, as He leads.


Christ Church London Sutton

Christ Church London's Sutton Service is a place for everyone, with no belief system required. Each Sunday we spend time listening to a talk, worshipping God and learning to enjoy His presence with us, and building great friendships. We start each Sunday at 10.30am at the Cryer Arts Centre on Carshalton High Street and we have inclusive kids work catering for children from 0 up. There is also a weekly Cantonese Service to welcome new Hong Kongers to Sutton - this is also at The Cryer Arts Centre at 10.30am & we'd love you to join us! (Cryer Arts Centre, 39 High Street, Carshalton, SM5 3BB). 

South London Japanese Church

South London Japanese Church has supported Sutton Community Project since the launch at Thomas Wall Centre, July 2021. It's based in Sutton and consist of a dedicated group of people with a real passion to serve people for Christ. The church meets every Sunday at Stayton House (SM1 2PS) and holds many regular meetings throughout the week.

The Felix Project

The Felix Project is a food distribution charity fighting food waste and hunger. Our main supply comes from the Felix which enable us to redistribute quality surplus food, fresh vegetables and cooked meals completely free of charge to everyone in our community.

Neighbourly

The Neighbourly works with local stores and distribution centres that have quality surplus to give to groups that can put it to good use in the community. In partnership, we're able to access to our regular food donation from M&S, Lidl, Aldi and Sainsbury's where we have daily access to save and redistribute surplus food.

Cheam Arena

Cheam Arena is a family-run Turkish supermarket in North Cheam. If you were wondering where a variety of fresh Mediterranean/Black Sea type breads, exotic fruits & vegetables come from in your box, this is where you will find fresh produces served by welcoming staff!

Community Champion Group

Community Champion is a local volunteer group formed in response to the pandemic and have been delivering everything from PPE to the NHS and keyworkers, to rescuing surplus to distribute to food banks, schools, soup kitchens, care homes, charities, volunteer groups and families.

Small Businesses in Morden/Mitcham/Sutton

We support local small businesses and work together to reduce food waste. We regularly pick up surplus food from local Polish food stores in Merton and Sutton.

Hong Kong Friendship Group in Sutton (on Facebook)

There is a large growing number of people who have recently moved from Hong Kong to the London Borough of Sutton. Many friendly Hong Kong volunteers serve at Sutton Community Project. If you would like to get to meet some of the most loveliest people in town, you will find them here!

DONS Local Action Group

DONS are a part of the AFC Wimbledon Foundation and a local network of volunteers initially formed in response to the COVID-19 crisis. Now permanent across Merton, Wandsworth and Kingston. They help those in the local community to fight poverty and offer support by providing food parcels, household goods, furniture and appliances.