food parcel

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food parcel

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They get issued with a voucher that is exchanged for a three-day emergency food parcel at a food bank.
Customer representative at Yorkshire Building Society, Louise Gregory, said: "A food parcel can mean the difference between a family starving and being able to enjoy a nutritious hot meal.
To have a plentiful food parcel in the early 1950s would have been a treat, let alone one from the Queen.
On Friday, she received a food parcel from Glasgow South East Food Bank in Govanhill to feed her children for three days.
Arfon AM Alun Ffred Jones (above) says the high demand for the food parcel service is a damning "indictment of the times"
An emergency food parcel is a turning point of many people's lives,' says Mark Dunne, the food programme manager.
The trust's volunteer co-ordinator Paul Wharton said: "If the hospital discharge lounge staff and staff within accident and emergency identify a patient who meets the criteria and is returning home to an empty house, they will be offered a food parcel to help them over the first few days after leaving hospital.
DETAILS of a "Holiday Hunger" food parcel scheme which gets under way in Hartlepool next week have been released.
At Christmas, we provide festive food parcels including mince pies, Christmas puddings, crackers, treats and ham alongside the standard food parcel.
In 2013 more than 5850 people have been given a food parcel, an increase of 40% on 2012.
They estimate that by 2016, 500,000 people a year will receive a food parcel.
She was finally forced to ask for a food parcel at Llandudno charity Hope Restored.