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College supports project to combat food poverty in the community

With the College buildings closed and all learning now online, over £1000 of surplus food was potentially going to landfill.

That was until our super catering and estates team spoke to Stamford’s Second Helpings and before long a van full of food was on its way to feed families and local people finding themselves financially challenged in these difficult times.

The Second Helpings project has been running since 2015 by a team of dedicated volunteers whose aim is to reduce food waste by using food gifted from local sources that would otherwise go to landfill. People from all walks of life regardless of the ability to pay can ‘pay as they feel’ at the Bunker, tucked away in the passageway under Stamford’s Methodist Church.

Even in these unprecedented times, the bunker is still continuing to ensure people can avoid hardship and food poverty with free access to food from the bunker, with social distancing regulations in place.

Another fantastic example of the College supporting its local community. A big thanks to all those in the catering and estates team, and everyone a Second Helpings who continue to think of others, and ensure no one goes without food.

llege closed and all learning now online, over £1000 of surplus food was potentially going to landfill.

That was until our super catering and estates team spoke to Stamford’s Second Helpings and before long a van full of food was on its way to feed families and local people finding themselves financially challenged in these difficult times.

The Second Helpings project has been running since 2015 by a team of dedicated volunteers whose aim is to reduce food waste by using food gifted from local sources that would otherwise go to landfill. People from all walks of life regardless of the ability to pay can ‘pay as they feel’ at the Bunker, tucked away in the passageway under Stamford’s Methodist Church.

Even in these unprecedented times, the bunker is still continuing to ensure people can avoid hardship and food poverty with free access to food from the bunker, with social distancing regulations in place.

Another fantastic example of the College supporting its local community. A big thanks to all those in the catering and estates team, and everyone a Second Helpings who continue to think of others, and ensure no one goes without food.

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