Help the Trussell Trust continue to support food banks during this pandemic
As the Coronavirus pandemic develops, more people than ever may need the help of their local food bank. Last year the food banks in the Trussell Trust network provided 1.6 million three-day emergency food supplies to people in crisis and over 500,000 of these went to children.
The Trussell Trust is working closely with the food banks to support them in any way they need so that those most vulnerable to the impacts of poverty and isolation can survive these months of crisis, as well as working in the longer term to address the underlying reasons why people experience severe financial hardship.
The Trussell Trust’s support includes:
Grant funding food banks to help them overcome crises or put in place essential infrastructure
Running a national volunteering service which helps to identify, train and support specialist volunteers in food banks
Training food banks to be able to offer additional money, housing or wellbeing advice services alongside their food bank
Gathering together evidence and experiences from across all 1,200 locations to raise public awareness about hunger and poverty
As the coronavirus pandemic unfolds, more people than ever are likely to need to use a food bank.
Please help food banks support people most in need
Make a single donation
A kind gift of £5 could help provide an emergency grant to a food bank to purchase food for a family when food donations are low.
A kind gift of £10 could help us provide access to an online platform for 5 specialist food bank volunteers for a year, helping to enable over 1,000 volunteer hours of support.
A kind gift of £20 could help provide an hour long training session for up to 20 food bank volunteers on a specialist area of advice and support for vulnerable people.