Webinar - Addressing the cost of living through social value

Calendar iconWednesday 24 August - 14.00 BST
Clock icon60 mins

The cost of living crisis has hit supermarket shelves across the UK, and it has become increasingly clear that even more people are depending on food banks to provide for them and their loved ones.

The Trussell Trust has reported that deliveries of aid parcels have seen an increase by 14% compared to the pre-pandemic period, with over 2.1 million parcels delivered since the Spring of 2021.

Join this panel discussion featuring Social Value Portal and our friends at Neighbourly, as they discuss how organisations can assist food banks and support networks that feed people in need.

  • Get ideas on how to ease the cost of living for the most vulnerable
  • Learn how you can support food banks and distribution networks
  • See how to report it in social value terms

Speakers:

  • Matthew Cole, Fuel Bank Innovator and Consumer Champion at Fuel Bank Foundation 
  • William Conrad Troughton, Account Director at Neighbourly 
  • Lucy Daniels, Outreach and Communications Manager at East Lothian Foodbank 
  • Nathan GoodeChief Strategy Officer at Social Value Portal  

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