Luton is one of the most deprived boroughs
in the East of England; the
changes to UK welfare policy have had
a significant impact with as many
as 1 in 4 children facing poverty in Luton.
This June take part in our Ramadhaan Food Drive. Help raise awareness of food poverty in Luton by collecting non-perishable food items to help families in Luton over the summer break when children will not get access to free school meals. If you’re feeling brave, why not take part in a sponsored Fastathon? Click…
Go hungry for one day on 17th June. Luton Foodbank invites you to take part in a sponsored fast to help raise awareness about food poverty in Luton. The Fastathon challenge encourages people to experience hunger for one day by skipping lunch and donating their lunch money (about £3 to £5) to Luton Foodbank. Donate…
Citizens Advice Luton and Luton Foodbank. Citizens Advice Luton and Luton Foodbank are delivering an exciting new advice service, based in our brand new town centre advice hub and Luton Foodbank community outreach. We will provide a ground-breaking wrap-around advice, advocacy and support service to people in Luton who are in crisis. We will help…
Dirk Withnail, 10, is walking the Ridgeway National Trail—139km from Avebury in Wiltshire to Ivinghoe Beacon in Buckinghamshire—in aid of Luton Foodbank. To sponsor him, please click here.