Employee Matched Giving: FEBA Landing Page

Join TCS in Supporting the Ukraine Humanitarian Crisis Through Our Employee Matched Giving Campaign.

At this time, the European Food Banks Federation (FEBA) is appealing for financial contributions to aid its members, including Food Banks in Ukraine, Hungary, Moldova, Poland, Romania, and Slovakia.

Your contribution is essential for assisting our Food Banks with purchasing food, equipment and logistics, and hiring personnel to deliver the food to where it is most needed.

Choose the amount you wish to donate from the buttons below or enter a custom donation. Your donation will be matched by TCS up to a total amount of EUR 100,000.

TCS and FEBA thank you in advance for your support!

Assessment of the need:

The Food Banks of FEBA are on the front lines and going to extraordinary lengths to get food to where it is most needed. We need food and funding to support our members and the crisis response and we are facing unprecedented challenges with logistics, food availability/sourcing and the rising price of fuel.

Please find here the last press release and here the dedicated website created by FEBA for the Campaign #AllTogether4Ukraine for more information.


* Established in 1986 and based in Brussels, the European Food Banks Federation (FEBA) is a European non-profit organisation and works in collaboration with a network of Full and Associate Members in 30 European countries. FEBA brings together a network of more than 300 Food Banks which are committed to prevent food waste and reduce food insecurity. The daily activity consists in recovering, collecting and redistributing food to charities assisting the most deprived. In 2020 FEBA Full Members recovered, sorted, stored, and redistributed 860,000 tonnes of food to 12.8 million deprived people through the collaboration with 48,126 charitable organisations and thanks to the professionalism of 37,016 co-workers (85% volunteers).

Thank you all for your valuable donations!

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