Training to feed, feeding for life

Antonio established The Antonio Carluccio Foundation before he passed away in November 2017. A charity in his name to carry forward his legacy. The Foundation aims specifically to provide the resources, training and development needed by young otherwise disadvantaged cooks and chefs entering the hospitality industry and to support the work of charities and non-governmental organisations in alleviating hunger worldwide.

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St Petrock’s

St Petrock’s is a small charity based in Exeter working to address the problems caused by homelessness in the city. Their kitchen volunteers served a total of 10,758 meals last year.

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Latest news

The Antonio Carluccio Library and Archive is now on display at Oxford Brookes University

More than 800 books, mementos, sketches and notes that describe Antonio’s life journey in a wonderful permanent home.


We’ve entered a partnership with Ulster University to encourage young people in Northern Ireland to consider studying in the fields of Hospitality and Culinary Arts Management.


The Antonio Carluccio Foundation is supporting Danny McCubbin in the development of a community kitchen project in the village of Mussomeli in Sicily.

Antonio Carluccio looking at the camera with a happy smile in the middle of 6 other men looking in the other direction, all standing with their racing bicycles


We can carry on supporting wonderful projects with your help. A small donation goes a very long way with our partner charities.

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Antonio Carluccio using a knife one in his right hand to slice some ham from a cured ham leg, watched closely by a younger chef

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