The homelessness network receives funding and donations
The homelessness network project is delivered in partnership with The Sanctuary Trust, Bond Board, Angie's Angels, The Soup Kitchen and several other local charities - supported by Rochdale Council.
We are delivering food to people who normally access local soup kitchens and/or homelessness related services but can't at this time due to Covid-19. People are being encouraged to stay at home but are in food poverty and this pandemic poses a genuine threat to life due to starvation
Over the next 3 months, the network aims to;
We will achieve this by delivering food to people's door - every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1pm, while observing government guidelines on safe social distancing.
Thanks to funding through Action together, Crisis and a large food donation from Rochdale Council we feel well placed to rise to the challenges of Covid 19.
Special thanks to the Bond board too, who have kindly donated their van to this effort.
Yesterday (Monday 6th April) our 6-volunteer delivered 77 food parcels to vulnerable people across the borough of Rochdale. At this rate we believe we will achieve over 250 food parcels this week alone.
If you would like to get involved, please send donations through the Rochdale real change website (https://donate.thebiggive.org.uk/campaign/a051r00001LjKtPAAV). Or, if you're the hands on type, please email [email protected] - we have the perfect role for you!
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