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A PROJECT TO HELP THE FOODBANKS IN THE LONDON BOROUGH OF CAMDEN

The ultimate aim of foodbanks in the UK is that they should not need to exist. But in the meantime – please see if you can help just a bit with the incredibly important work they do.

What is Feeding Camden?

Feeding Camden is a community project set up to help the foodbanks in the London Borough of Camden cope with the growing demand from local residents who are unable to afford the food they and their families need.

What inspired Feeding Camden?

Feeding Camden is the vision of Sarah Thorogood aged 16, who attends Camden School for Girls in the London Borough of Camden.

Helpful links

Links to Foodbanks, food poverty organisations and other helpful links.

FROM OUR BLOG

Feeding Camden Report – May 2018

May 31st, 2018

Foodbank Volunteer picking/sorting food. Image supplied by the Trussell Trust. Jean Kilshaw on behalf of Feeding Camden. Universal credit rollout fuels soaring demand for foodbanks The latest annual report from the Trussell Trust, the UK’s biggest food bank network, showed a record 13% increase in foodbank use in the year April 2017- March 2018 compared with the previous year.  More than 1.3 milli...

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Feeding Camden founder wins Camden Youth Award

May 23rd, 2018

Sarah Thorogood, young founder of Feeding Camden, has received a Youth Award from the London Borough of Camden for her contribution to a worthy social cause. The Camden Youth Awards are an award scheme for young people in the borough who have excelled, overcome obstacles or made sacrifices to help others. The awards were presented at the Town Hall on March 28th. Sarah, aged 18, commented: ‘It’s gr...

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