Everyone should have access to healthy affordable food.

You can help us provide fruit & veg for families with a donation to help fund the cost of Rose Vouchers.

We give families £3 worth of Rose Vouchers per child, per week (double if a child is under one years old)

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How Rose Vouchers work

The Rose Vouchers for Fruit & Veg Project helps parents with young children on low incomes to buy fresh fruit and vegetables at local markets.



Get involved

Corporate partnerships

Get in touch to see how we can work together to support more families to access a healthy diet.



Why fundraise for us

Help us to provide families with better access to fruit & veg through fundraising towards the Rose Voucher costs



Legacy donations

“Through my legacy I want to make a lasting contribution to help children to lead long, happy & healthy lives”



Our impact

Over 2,200

Families have benefited from Rose Vouchers


Rose Vouchers redeemed in local markets since 2014


Children's Centres supporting the project

Latest news & events

  • Thank you all so much for your support - we did it!

    Thanks to your support, our COVID-19 Appeal raised an amazing £31,304 plus an additional £1,758 in Gift Aid, in just one week. Read more

  • Support for our Appeal from our Royal President

    A letter of support from our Royal President, HRH Princess Alexandra. Read more

  • Rose Vouchers Project and COVID-19

    During the current uncertainty surrounding the spread of coronavirus, Alexandra Rose Charity and our staff are committed to ensuring our families continue to get access to fresh fruit and veg in their local communities and can continue giving their children a healthier start during these challenging times. Read more

  • Something Good Dinner at Refettorio Felix

    We are excited to be hosting a meal made entirely of surplus food - good for you and good for the planet. Come and share a good meal in good company and show your support for the Rose Vouchers for Fruit & Veg Project. Read more