Our Founder's Dream
Our founder, Nizar Mohamed Shariff or affectionately known as ‘Big Bear’, started Free Food For All in 2014 with a dream to feed the underprivileged and change lives for the better. Through the years, we have grown our impact across many communities, but with the same commitment to food security and in ensuring that no family is deprived of a nutritious meal.
An empowered community where vulnerable individuals and families, of all races and faiths, can meet their basic need for nutritious food, whilst having the capacity and capabilities to break out of the poverty cycle.
We aim to minimise food insecurity and food wastage by providing vulnerable individuals and families access to not just food, but good nutrition. We also strive to nourish the minds and souls of our beneficiaries through workshops and training programmes so that they can build up their knowledge, skills and resources to lead more empowered lives.
What makes us special?
We believe in adopting a holistic approach to uplift vulnerable families, beyond just food assistance.
We do not compromise on nutritional value in our food aid programmes. Good nutrition is especially essential for the growth and development of our children beneficiaries.
We aim to empower families with the right skills through workshops and training programmes to be able to get back on their feet and be financially independent.
We strive to create a sense of community and solidarity, through the kampung spirit, in our beneficiaries, where the recipients in turn become the givers.
We leverage technology and innovation to provide more efficient and sustainable ways of rendering food assistance to our beneficiaries, including adopting a farm-to-fork strategy.
Who We Serve
We have grown exponentially and served over 144,000 beneficiaries to date. We strive to provide nutritious meals completely free of charge to help those in need and empower them to lead healthier lives.
Homeless individuals or those living in interim housing