Here at Community Response Kitchen, we see the value in each one of us. We want to be a catalyst for positive change, and since we started out in March 2020, we’ve been driven by the same objectives that our Non-Profit Organisation was founded upon: collaborations, support, empowerment, and progress. Learn more about our mission, our vision, and how we go about making the changes we want to see. We have had collaborations with numerous different sources from people, organisations and the media. 


As quoted by the METRO newspaper "From keeping key workers fit and healthy to creating meals for homeless and hard working doctors, it's been incredible to see how much can be achieved" . We hope to see a lot more collaborations in future as we have a lot more to offer.

 If you would like to do a collaborate with us in any way please feel free to contact us.




“I am a local Councillor in Brent, where the Community Response Kitchen has been based from since the beginning of the coronavirus crisis. I have watched this organisation go from strength to strength. At the height of the lockdown they were providing thousands of meals a week to vulnerable residents in Brent and across London. Their volunteers come from all communities, different races and all ages, and seeing everyone work together with the common goal of helping the less fortunate has been inspiring and heartening. Many people would have struggled greatly without the service the Community Response Kitchen has provided throughout this difficult time. I am proud to have done a small amount to help them and hope they will continue to grow into the future. The next months will be hard, it is essential we continue to help one another, look out for each other and I encourage you to support the Community Response Kitchen. – Cllr Anton Georgiou”

Cllr Anton Georgiou

Liberal Democrat Councillor, Alperton

London Borough of Brent



Mayor of Brent Mr. Ernest

We were so proud to welcome the Mayor of Brent who came to visit us, to show his support for our organisation. He not only graced us with his presence but also with his kind words and complete support for what the Community Response Kitchen represents. Needless to say as well as appreciating our good work he also really enjoyed the fresh fried samosas on his visit!


Dear Friends of the Mayor,

On behalf of the residents and councillors of Brent, I would like to present you with the attached Certificate of Recognition.

Councillor Ernest Ezeajughi

Mayor of Brent


Daily Mail

"It's an amazing achievement in just a few week's and making around 3000 meals a day"



Since March our main objectives have been to feed the communities of London, over the challenging Covid-19 period. As lockdowns are now being eased, poverty is on the rise with job loses that are making life very difficult for many people. We are here to help and will do everything in our power to do so. If you require assistance feel free to contact us and we will do our best to help you.


Getting International students to a safe place

"Community Response Kitchen" closely supported a group of international students that were stranded away for their homes due to the covid-19 pandemic, They had lost their jobs and had no way to pay rent for accommodation, and were evicted at such a hard time, with no money, food or shelter.  CRK reached out to them and offered them train tickets, a place to stay, food, essentials and then finally got some of the students back home safe and sound and those who remain are being well looked after by us too. To help more international students or people in need please click the link to donate.