The Manchester initiative that's helping to feed the most vulnerable

Cracking Good Food are taking delivery of surplus food for vulnerable individuals and families.

By Ben Brown | Last updated 26 March 2020

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During difficult times it’s usually society’s most vulnerable who feel the worst effects – and so a new initiative has been set up in Manchester to help provide these people with food to help get through it.

Cracking Good Food are taking delivery of surplus food from Manchester’s venues and are using it to cook healthy meals for society’s most vulnerable individuals and families.

They’re working with hostels, community centres and emergency accommodation to feed as many people as they can, who otherwise wouldn’t have access to hot meals, and of course, they can’t continue to do this without the support of kind-hearted Mancunians.

So, they’re asking for our help in keeping the service going, to continue to deliver free cooked meals to people struggling with poverty, redundancy or self-isolation.

Here’s how you can help:

– Make a donation via their website. Any donation will directly support their non-profit work.

– Do you got food to spare? They can take fresh or longer life food in any quantities and where possible they’ll do their best to collect.

– Can you give some time to help cook or deliver food?

If you think you can help, get in touch using the link below.

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