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About Kandoroo

Kandoroo works with care professionals to distribute electronic vouchers through an app or card for eligible clients to use within participating stores.

Food bank use in the UK is at record levels...

Food banks are a plaster over a failing system. They push people in need to the peripheries of our society. It has created a parallel system of food supply that moves surplus food for those treated as surplus people. At Kandoroo we believe there is a better way...

Kandoroo gives care professionals the ability to hand out electronic vouchers that can be used to purchase food and non-food items.
This gives agency to the user, it restores dignity to the way in which those in poverty obtain food, and it operates within our existing system of food supply.

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How it Works?



Our Vision

Kandoroo is an innovative and not-for-profit business created to help eradicate poverty.


To create a financial fund to allow providers to distribute electronic vouchers to members and individuals to use for purchases with participating businesses.


To assist with community hubs and educational activity whilst offering support services leading to poverty reduction.


To empower the individual and enable people in crisis to shop in a dignified way


To encourage corporate bodies and individuals to donate to a central fund, for distribution to those that qualify.

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How we work...

Kandoroo is a Co-operative CIC (Community Interest Company) with Co-operative Values and Principles providing a digital solution to food poverty. We have individual and corporate memberships both of which are encouraged to sign up to the Co-operative Values and Principles.


Values: Self help, Self responsibility, Equality, Equity, Democratic, Solidarity.

Principles: Voluntary and Open Membership, Democratic Member Control, Member Economic Participation, Autonomy and independence, Co-operative Education Training and Information, Co-operation among Co-operatives and Concern for the Community


Anyone over the age of 16 can become an individual member. It is £1 for life. The share is non refundable and used towards educational support.

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Our Expert Team

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Tim Adkin

Director, Kandoroo

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Jane Avery

Case

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Tanya Noon

Director, Kandoroo

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Stephen Gill

CEO & CTO, VME Coop

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Karen Bevan

Director Kandoroo

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John Boyle

Director, Kandoroo

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Aaron Stewart

General Counsel, VME Coop

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Donate to Kandoroo

If you would like to help Kandoroo to continue doing the good work we do please consider making a donation. Donations are made through Stripe and 100% of the donation goes directly to people in need. Thank you.

Contact Us

We're always eager to hear from people who are passionate about what we do. Get in touch!

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