OF OUR GOAL OF £1,300,000!
2002 — The charity was founded and Jamie opened Fifteen London, a restaurant that donates all its profits to a pioneering training programme for young unemployed people in need of a second chance. Read more
2005 — Jamie's School Dinners TV programme was aired alongside his Feed Me Better campaign, which led to major investment by the government, as well as policy changes to improve school food. Read more
2008 — Jamie's Ministry of Food project was launched, with dedicated community centres in Rotherham and Bradford offering practical cooking classes on how to cook simple, tasty food on a budget. Read more
2009 — A pilot scheme, called Jamie Oliver's Kitchen Garden Project, is launched in Orford Primary School, aiming to teach primary school kids the joys of growing and cooking their own food. Read more
2010 — Jamie's Ministry of Food opens another two projects: a centre in Leeds and the second in the north-east, which operates as a mobile outreach project. Read more
Jamie's campaigning work in food education expands with the launch of Food Revolution in the US. The aim is to raise awareness of the country's obesity epidemic. Read more