#Help Food Banks

Support Network of over 120 Local Websites

Helping Food Banks With A Local Website Network

Help Food Banks Programme And Local Websites Support Network

The Help Food Banks Programme is being operated by The Ethically Sourced Network. The Ethically Sourced Network (ESN), is a platform that provides market access for suppliers of ethically sourced products.

Under an aspect of the Help Food Banks Programme, Local Retailers who are supplied by Suppliers, can help to support Food Banks. When those Suppliers supply featured Retailers, a donation will be made by those suppliers as a percentage of transactions, to the Trussell Trust, to help support Food Banks. Furthermore, Local Retailers will be featured on the Local Web Network of sites and a donation made to the Trussell Trust From accruing sales. Details of participating local sites below

#Help Food Banks Workshop

The #Help Food Banks Workshop will take place on 19th May, 2021. Ethically Sourced Suppliers will be able to feature their Products in the Online Event Catalogue. The Workshop will feature a Virtual Meet the Buyer event whereby Ethically Sourced Suppliers will be able to meet Buyers Participating in the Programme with a donation from accruing sales being made to Help Food Banks

The event will also facilitate online meetings between Ethically Sourced suppliers and distributors that participate in the Programme. This is much needed as people cannot currently meet in person at trade shows.

Supporting The Trussell Trust

The Trussell Trust is an NGO and charity that works to end the need for food banks in the UK. It supports a network of over 1,200 food bank centres to provide emergency food and compassionate, practical support to people in crisis, while campaigning for long-term change to the structural issues that lock people into poverty.

Today, the Trussell Trust support over 1,200 food bank centres across the UK, providing emergency food and support to people locked in poverty. Food bank centres in the Trussell Trust network account for roughly two-thirds of all emergency food bank provision in the UK. The Help Food Bank Programme will help Support Trussell Trust Food Banks.

How Retailers can help Food Banks

Are you a Local Retailer looking to help support Food Banks, in a small or big way? You can be featured within your local site in the Local Web Network for FREE but pay commission on sales made via this site. 50% of the commission paid on sales of your product will be donated to the Trussell Trust for distribution to Food Banks. Please see a selection of sites in the Local Web Network below.

The Trussell Trust supports more 1,200 food bank centres to provide a minimum of three days’ nutritionally-balanced emergency food to people in need. You can donate to the Trussell Trust here.

Sites in the Help Food Banks Local Web Network

Supporting The Trussell Trust Food Banks Network







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