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TOGETHER WE CAN BUILD A HUNGER FREE FUTURE!
This winter, food banks are expecting to give out an emergency parcel every 9 seconds. This can’t go on.
No one should be forced to turn to any charity because they can’t afford food. This can change. And right now, we have a real opportunity to begin to end hunger and destitution in the UK. There’s a part for all of us to play. With you standing in solidarity with us, food banks, and people in crisis, we can build a Hunger Free Future.
Let's make it special this Christmas.
If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s that anything is possible. So, this Christmas, let’s try something new. Let’s do our Christmas parties differently – just like everything else we’ve had to adapt this year.
Do your bit with a new kind of Christmas do. This is Not Your Christmas Party – the virtual get-together. It’s your chance to invite friends and colleagues, and donate the money you would normally spend on a party to help families unable to afford the basics.
Register and we’ll send you everything you need to host your get-together, raise money and help us all work together to build a Hunger Free Future.
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