Most other UK supermarkets have followed John Lewis' lead in focusing on food poverty for their seasonal corporate partnership. The FareShare Partnerships team must have been working flat out this year as they are the selected charity for no less than three of the major players, as well as being the chosen charity for The Times and the Sunday Times. A quick look on Twitter will tell you they have hundreds of other organisations supporting them this Christmas. 

Undoubtedly their high profile work with Marcus Rashford on his school meals campaign will have helped them gain entry to the 'charity shortlist' many organisations run.

A shortlist of the charities that will be hoping their supermarket partnership gives their reserves a much needed boost are as follows:-

Tesco

Trussell Trust & FareShare

Sainsbury's

Comic Relief & FareShare 

Morrisons

Local foodbanks

John Lewis and Waitrose

FareShare & Home-Start

Aldi

Local food banks and food poverty charities via Neighbourly

Lidl

Local food banks and food poverty charities via Neighbourly