FoodCloud receives top prize

by Rachel Cunningham
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FoodCloud received the top prize in the Charities Institute Ireland’s Charity Excellence Awards 2022, writes Rachel Cunningham. 

The charity has a longstanding commitment to the community and showcases an ability to assist those most deprived by redistributing 100 million meals to its network of community groups and charity partners across Ireland and the UK. 

Commenting on the acknowledgment, Iseult Ward, CEO and co-founder of FoodCloud said: “This is a huge accomplishment, after a challenging two years, where we saw a massive increase in demand for our services to provide surplus food to charities and a true testament to all the work our team and partners have done in coming together in support of local communities. 

“This recognition is more important than ever as we meet further challenges in the coming winter months, with the rising cost of living and climate crisis.”

Featured Image: Charities Institute Ireland’s Charity Excellence Awards 2022, proudly sponsored by Ecclesiastical Insurance, showcased the best in class across the charity sector in Ireland and awarded FoodCloud this year’s top prize of Charity of the Year.

Picture: Caroline Quinn

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