We launched ‘Your Local Pantry’ as a social franchise on 7 December. Our Business Development Officer Dave Nicholson explains how Pantries will help tackle food poverty and the Poverty Premium.
Our new Empowerment Programme Officer Ben Pearson explains how the Food Power programme will tackle food poverty from the grassroots.
Nick Waterfield, chair of the local Church Action on Poverty group in Sheffield, offers further thoughts on the ‘complex’ reasons why people use food banks.
In this guest post, food poverty researcher Jane Perry responds to Theresa May’s comments about the reasons for food bank use.
Church Action on Poverty is launching a new project that will enable people on low incomes across the UK to avoid the Poverty Premium and escape food poverty, by getting good food at fair prices. Our Business Development Officer Dave Nicholson explains…
Today (19 July), the findings are published from one of the most systematic and detailed studies yet conducted of people receiving emergency food in the UK. Still Hungry has been prepared by University of Oxford and University of Chester researchers, drawing on statistical data from West Cheshire Foodbank, an ally of Church Action on Poverty.