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people received three-day emergency food supplies in 2019
average rent of a two-bed in our city
Salisbury Foodbank provided emergency food to 5,100 people in 2019 – 1,900 of them were children. This is a 30% increase compared to 2018.
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5,100 people served by Salisbury Foodbank in 2019
Salisbury #Foodbank supported 5,100 people in crisis last year. 1,900 of them were 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 30% increase compared to 2018. The charity believes the local increase is mostly due to people struggling with continued issues with benefit payments; issues with Universal Credit such as the five-week wait and insecure work.
We cover SP1 - SP5 and SP9 ( Tidworth)
If you are in those postcode areas and need our support. Please get in touch.
We remain open across 3 foodbank sites during lockdown #2 Collection points available every weekday.