Die-Pat Supports its local Food Bank

Our Christmas Appeal for 2021 was once again to support the Daventry Food Bank, and today we proudly delivered donations filling 2 cars to help support those in need in our local community.

Daventry Food Bank - Fighting Hunger & Poverty Thoughout Daventry District state:
"It's hard to believe that poverty and hunger really exists here in the UK in this day and age.  The truth is, its a growing reality.  So much so that Food Banks are springing up all over the country.  It is reported that 1 in 5 people live below the poverty line here in the UK; thats 1 in 5 having to choose between food or gas/electricity!
All it takes is a sudden, unexpected event - a bereavement, illness, redundancy or theft - to throw people into a genuine crisis."

The Daventry Food Bank was started in 2010 and is run by a truly amazing team of volunteers.  They literally make it happen, from collecting food and sorting and packing parcels, to making links with new partners, receiving referrals, greeting recipients and simply offering a listenening ear.  

Die-Pat are proud to continue our support of the local Food Bank, and thank everyone at the Die-Pat Centre for their kind & generous donations.


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