(a) the relief of poverty and the preservation and promotion of good nutrition, good health and social improvement among people who are suffering from social, economic or emotional distress in such ways as the directors may in their absolute discretion think fit but particularly through:
i) the collection and redistribution of surplus food; and
ii) the encouragement of members of the public toundertake voluntary work
(b) the advancement of public education in particular but not exclusively by providing training in the voluntary sector
(c) the furtherance, for the benefit of the public, of the conservation, protection and improvemnet of the physical and natural environment through the reduction of waste (in particular food waste) and its adverse environmental impacts.