We connect
community projects and charities with helpful people and companies

What's it all about?

This is a friendly place where people and companies give help to local causes.

List your project to receive food donations, attract volunteers or even get some financial support.

Together we can spark a movement where we can share our stories, get inspired to help others and bring communities closer together.

Get Involved

Tackle food waste with us

We help businesses and charities make the best possible use of surplus food. Find out how you can get involved.

Who's involved

Brewing Good with Caledonian Brewery

Thanks to all the volunteers that helped transform the Broomhouse community in Edinburgh. Check out the projects!

Who's involved

Spark Something Good

Spark Something Good is transforming 24 projects in cities across the UK in just 7 days! Take a look at what's been happening.

Who's involved

OVO Gives Back

OVO volunteers will be filling their community with positive energy! Find out more here.

Who's involved

'The platform neighbourly has created is extremely important because it bridges that whole gap and enables us to connect.'

Mahamed Hashi (Hash) from

Brixton Soup Kitchen

'Our work with neighbourly has proven that localised community engagement has a real impact on our colleagues and in the communities we serve.'

Simon Redfern - Director from

Corporate Affairs EMEA, Starbucks

'Thank you for empowering ordinary people to meet extraordinary challenges.'

Gemma Powell from

Scottish Huntington’s Association

'A direct food alert link between charities and businesses makes it so much easier for small orgs like us - no time wasted.'

Susan Page from

Re-Work, Bristol

The story so far...

List a project on neighbourly

Create a shareable project page where you can ask for funding, volunteers or food donations. It's free and takes minutes.

Learn more & add a project

Meet neighbourly

Nick Davies

founder

Zoe Colosimo

operations

Luke McKeever

chief exec

Lloyd Buxton

client engagement

Steve Haines

community engagement