City Speaks Up
Members of Our Community Discuss the Impact of Food Poverty and the Cost of Living Crisis
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Cost of Living Crisis
Read how the cost of living crisis has affected people, hear first hand from our recipients, and learn how we are supporting every day.
Charity Partner News
Fighting Food Poverty: City Harvest delivers 80,000 free meals to Carney’s Community Centre – a hub that supports Battersea’s youth via its Fit & Fed Programme.
ITV London reports on the demand for school food banks to feed their communities, especially during the school holidays. City Harvest food charity supports school food banks but has a large waitlist of people needing urgent help amidst the cost of living crisis.
City Harvest free food has been making an impact with LEYF nurseries across London, utilising surplus food to help support children from disadvantaged backgrounds with additional hours at nursery. These children are ineligible for the extra hours simply because their parents are either unemployed or on low incomes. LEYF, alongside City Harvest, is on a mission to provide equal opportunities to all children, giving them the step up they need in life through nutritious food and early years stimulation.
When expenses for families go up in the holidays, Roehampton Community Box supports with vital free food from City Harvest. Families rely on fresh ingredients to make meals go further in the school holidays.
City Harvest charity partner, Parkfield Primary School's Community Boxes have been life lines for families in need. #feedthefuture “We’re supposed to be here to teach children to read and write, aren’t we? But they...
City Harvest food recipient, Cyril Jackson primary, feeds families and children in crisisHunger is now on the rampage. It marches ever closer, penetrating our communities and schools, even breaching the walls of our...