Alpkit Foundation Food Appeal

Alpkit Foundation Food Appeal

By Rob Savin>

For the past six weeks Alpkit Foundation has been entirely focused on supporting grassroots projects responding to the Covid-19 crisis.

Many families are struggling to put food on the table. There's a huge need for essential supplies. Food charities are under enormous strain.

We're proud that Alpkit has been making food available to people at a local level. Thank you, it's making a real difference to the vulnerable, self-isolating, elderly and full-time carers who can't get out to buy essentials. Our focus means we're helping families, building local resilience and supporting small businesses.

With more money we can achieve more. This our opportunity to look back in the future and know we made a difference when it mattered most.

  • £10 pays for a hot meal to be delivered
  • £20 makes a real difference to every one of our food projects
  • £100 tops up a food bank for a week

If you can, please make a donation direct to Alpkit Foundation.

 Alpkit Covid-19 Projects

We've been overwhelmed with the level of applications we've received; so far we have supported 35 projects. Here are just some of the incredible people we're delighted to have been able to help.

Come Out of Hiding - Greenwich
Supporting vulnerable people every Saturday with care packages of perishable and non-perishable food

4sight Vision Support- Bognor Regis
Helping people with visual impairment and sight to feel less isolated during lockdown as well as giving specialist advice for this time

Manchester Refugee Support Network
Helping the most destitute, the elderly and most vulnerable people who are living on the margins of society with no support networks by providing food and sanitation products

Tappy Twins - Brierley Hill
Keeping vulnerable children smiling by supporting disadvantaged families living in difficult domestic environments

Footprints in the Community - Redcar
Helping Redcar food banks continue to support the community when their volunteer network before coronavirus had been made up of people who are now at risk


CPP Foodshare Emergency Foodbank Deliveries
Glasgow Meals Collective
Wrexham Nightingale House Hospice
Bradford Anah Project: Food parcels to reduce the chances of harm
Brighton HIV Food Poverty Support
Preston Deepdale Community Association Foodbank Parcels
and more...

None of this would have been possible without our customers.

Thank you, thank you, thank you.

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