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people received three-day emergency food supplies in 2018
average rent of a two-bed in our city
Salisbury Foodbank provided 2,490 food bank parcels to people in April-Sept 2019 – 904 of these went to children. That’s a 37% increase on the same period in the previous year.
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4,100 emergency food parcels given to local people in last year
Salisbury #Foodbank provided 4,100 three day emergency food parcels to local people between April 2018 to March 2019. Of this number, 1,369 went to children.
Salisbury Foodbank is backing calls from the @TrussellTrust to ensure the benefits system is able to protect people from poverty.
The figures from @SalisburyFoodbank are a 19% increase on the same period last year. The charity believes the local increase is due to people struggling with continued issues with benefit payments; issues with Universal Credit such as the five-week wait and insecure work.
St Pauls FBC re-opens on Friday 3rd Jan
St Michaels FBC Reopens on Tuesday 7th Jan
Amesbury FBC Reopens on Tuesday 7th Jan
During Closures Emergency Food Parcels are available from:
"Salisbury Fire Station" & "Bemerton Trussell Trust Shop" while Stocks Last.
Foodbank Warehouse is Closed between 12:00 24th Dec - 9:30 2nd Jan.