foodbank


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foodbank

(ˈfuːdˌbæŋk) or

food bank

n
a charitable organization which distributes food aid to people in financial difficulty
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Those are the words of Jack Bradley, who has been volunteering with Renfrewshire Foodbank for four years following a career as an electrical engineer.
Dedicated staff at a social enterprise are working to tackle the root causes of a national spike in foodbank use.
Ever since I watched our very own Ken Loach's I Daniel Blake, I have been haunted by the scene in the foodbank where a mum is so desperately hungry that she furiously opens a tin of beans and eats them right there and then, cold, with her bare hands.
THE New Life Church Foodbank in Thorpe Arce had an egg-stra donation when Tesco Loughborough Extra donated almost 100 end of line Easter eggs to the charity.
A NEW city foodbank has extended its opening times - just three weeks after its launch.
COVENTRY'S foodbank is one of the largest in Britain.
Enterprising pupils at St Aloysius Primary school had sacks full of Christmas cheer at the culmination of their festive foodbank drive.
The foodbank scenes are shot inElswick, at the same church where Newcastle's real West End Foodbank distributes tonnes of food to families in the city.
YEAR 6 students at Malvern Primary School, in Huyton, have raised PS200 to buy food for a local foodbank.
Schools, churches, businesses and individuals donatenon-perishable, in-date food to a foodbank.
Australias largest food relief organisation, Foodbank has received the news that the Federal Government will cut their funding by more than $320,000 as of January 1 2019.
Cardiff Foodbank said it provided 5,976 three-day emergency food supplies to people in the city between April and September.