Here For Humanity CIC are launching a free kids hamper campaign in partnership with charities Fareshare and Local Giving.Advertisement
This is to give people in the community extra food whilst children are learning from home.
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Six different locations across Preston will act as collection points so families can collect items with ease.
Anyone can apply for the food hampers by filling out a simple form.
Here for Humanity, based in Ashton-on-Ribble, are already supporting around 250 families each week, but by partnering with Fareshare and Just Giving, they hope to help an additional 500 children.
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