Nobody should have to face going hungry and a great many people in crisis, are turning to food banks when there is nowhere else to go.

Many families in the local community face the prospect of going hungry and food banks offer a lifeline to those in need. When families are referred to the local North Liverpool Foodbank the staff there provide them with much needed help and support.

Paul Crowley & Co food bank donation

Paul Crowley & Co director Dan Griffiths, who has been working closely with both the North Liverpool Foodbank and Fans Supporting Foodbanks has organised a food bank donation on behalf of the directors and staff at the law firm.

A selection of the food donated to the North Liverpool Foodbank by the directors and staff of Paul Crowley & Co

A selection of the food donated to the North Liverpool Foodbank by the directors and staff of Paul Crowley & Co

The food donated has been sent to the local north Liverpool distribution centre based at the Holy Trinity Church on Breck Road in Anfield. The food bank is part of a nationwide network of food banks, working to combat hunger and poverty across the UK.

Food banks helping those who need it most

The food that people donate to the food banks really does help to support those who are most in need.

‘On behalf of North Liverpool Foodbank, I would like to express my gratitude and say a big thank you to everyone at work who exceeded our expectations and donated the much needed food and clothing to help and support people from the local community who are experiencing difficult times.’ Dan Griffiths, Director Paul Crowley & Co

Dan says, ‘We had an excellent response in work to our food bank donation and you can see from the comments below, just how much food banks help to make a difference to the lives of those affected.’

“The food bank was there when we really needed it, it was an absolute lifeline.” Unknown

“The people at the food bank were wonderful, they understood and saved us.” Holly

“Without the food bank, I don’t think I would be here today.” Richard

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Do you need help from the food bank

In order to get help from your local food bank you will need to be referred by a frontline professional, this can be your doctor, a health visitor, a social worker or the Citizens Advice, who will make a referral on your behalf by issuing you with a food bank voucher. The referral system ensures you are provided with appropriate help and support for your situation.

You can exchange the voucher at your nearest food bank for a minimum of three days’ emergency food. The food banks are designed to provide short-term, emergency support, their aim is to relieve the immediate pressure of the crisis by providing food, while also providing additional support to help people resolve the crises that they face.

Find your nearest food bank

There are food banks situated across the country, you can find your nearest food bank here.

Paul Crowley & Co Solicitors are proud to be partnered with Fans Supporting Foodbanks and continue to support the North Liverpool Foodbank.

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