UKHarvest launch Winter Match Fund Appeal 2023
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This year, more than ever, there is an increasing need for food across the country. Many people, from families to vulnerable people, are facing increasing difficulties as the cost of living continues to rise. Thanks to the work conducted daily by UKHarvest including their Community Food Hubs, education programmes and online resources as well as the community Nourish Hub in London, food is reaching those that need it most.
Food that would otherwise have gone to landfill, is filling the homes of people that are facing food insecurity and food poverty. In order for the charity to continue its invaluable work, UKHarvest are calling on those who want to help and support the ongoing mission to nourish our nation through work taking place all over the South of England.
To donate today visit UKHarvest’s website www.ukharvest.org.uk/donate.
UKHarvest is seeing a dramatic rise in the need for their services, with Yvonne Thomson, UKHarvest CEO, adding that: ‘We see, on a daily basis, people struggling to feed themselves, their family members and the vulnerable people in their community. Through our education programmes, community food hubs and online resources, we continue to make a difference within our community, ensuring we are reaching those that need it most.’
By donating £10, UKHarvest can stop the equivalent of 100 meals from going to landfill. By donating £50, enough food could be provided to prevent the equivalent of a class of school children from facing holiday hunger this year.
Every donation made will be match funded until we reach our target. One donation, twice the impact!
We would like to thank The Alex & William de Winton Trust, Brian Linden and Charles Lewington for their major contributions to our matched fund.
For details on how to donate to this vital cause, visit https://www.ukharvest.org.uk/winter-appeal-2023.