Without food, we cannot live. The Just Living Foundation exists to ensure we provide all those we can with healthy, nutritious food to allow communities to thrive.


Food Chain, UK

We have enabled The Food Chain to support approximately 600 households to achieve sustainable change in the current financial year.

  • In the 2013-14 financial year there was a decrease in income from the previous year of approximately 5% and an increase in the expenses of just over 5%
  • The main reason for the higher level of expenditure was the cost of food delivery service which increased by £49,733 compared with the previous year
  • Last financial year, 518 people living with HIV were provided for; plus their 212 children and 128 carers

The Food Chain exists to ensure people living with HIV in London can access the nutrition they need to get well, stay well and lead healthy independent lives. Mainly volunteer led, it aims to provide: dietic advice, nutritional groceries, communal lunches, home meals, and cookery and nutrition classes.


Sustainable Agriculture Livelihood Innovation, Kenya

A project run by Christian Aid, that works with farmers in Kenya to improve the quality and quantity of their crops.

  • Farmers are trained in the new technology to increase their knowledge and overall income
  • Small-scale farmers are provided with long and short term weather forecasts allowing them to make informed decisions regarding their season’s crop
  • This information and resources help develop food security for the communities in the region


“Around 805 million people or one in nine, were suffering from chronic undernourishment in 2012–2014 – almost all of these people live in developing countries”

Food and Agricultural Organisation

Early Child Development Feeding Programme, Kenya

The Foundation has directly funded this programme – for children who attend the Early Child Development centre at Songhor Upper Hills Academy.

  • 170 children attend the Upper Hills Academy
  • 60 of the youngest children receive food provision throughout their studies
  • The cost is £1 per week to feed one child Since 2009 thousands of children have been provided with a meal