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Who we are - Membership


Working for and with our members to alleviate hunger by reducing food waste 

The European Food Banks Federation (FEBA) comprises 24 full members who are either national organizations or individual food banks. Find contact information on every full member on the homepage map. Or click on each of the full members below to visit their website.

Member countries are:

Austria (Wiener Tafel), Belgium (Fédération Belge des Banques Alimentaires), Bulgaria (Bulgarian Food Bank), Czech Republic (Ceska Federace Potravinovych Bank), Denmark (Foedevarebanken), Estonia (Toidupank) France (Fédération Francaise des Banques Alimentaires), Germany (Tafel Deutschland e.V.) Greece (Food Bank Greece), Hungary (Magyar Elelmiszerbank Egyesület), Ireland (FoodCloud), Italy (Banco Alimentare ONLUS), Lithuania (Maistobankas), Luxembourg (Banque Alimentaire de Luxembourg), Netherlands (Voedselbanken Nederland), Norway (Matsentralen Norge), Poland (Federacja Polskich Bankow Zywnosci), Portugal (Federaçao Portuguesa dos Bancos Alimentares), Serbia (Banka Hrane), Slovakia (Potravinova Banka Slovenska), Spain (Federación Española de Bancos de Alimentos), Switzerland (Partage), Ukraine (Food Bank Ukraine) and the United Kingdom (FareShare). 

FEBA currently supports associate members in five other countries: Albania (Food Bank Albania), FYROM-Macedonia, Malta, Romania (Banca Pentru Alimente) and Slovenia.

FEBA has a partnership agreement and longstanding collaboration with The Global FoodBanking Network (GFN).

Food banking values   

All our full members operate along the same values contained in the FEBA Charter: giving, sharing, fighting food waste and European solidarity. 

  • Giving: products received and distributed are free of charge, food bank operations depends primarily on volunteers and on the support of multiple private and public organizations and individuals.
  • Sharing: products are shared fairly and without any discrimination between the receiving partner charity organizations and the people they support.
  • Fighting food waste: by recovering nutritious surpluses from the food chain, food banks play a major role in reducing food wastage.

Calling for solidarity across Europe: food banks foster social cohesion between all the constituents of societies at local national and European levels as well as solidarity between themselves whatever the countries they are active in.