Helping local people in needHarvest
of the UK population live below the poverty line
Find out how to get help from our foodbank.
We need your support. Find out how to get involved.
134,000 people in the South East fear they will be forced to skip meals if UK government cuts Universal Credit payments this October
We are actively campaigning to stop the government from cutting £20 from Universal Credit. You can help by clicking on the title above to download a booklet outlining the problem and giving suggestions for how you can help.
If you have time to spare and would like to help the local community then come and meet us at the Wokingham Volunteer Recruitment Fair on Saturday 25 September
As restrictions ease and life begins to return to some sort of normality, charities are also getting back to normal. Local charities need your help now! Whether it is the Foodbank, Scouts and Guide groups, volunteer reading mentors going into schools, support buddies for children with extra needs, befrienders for the elderly and charity shops volunteers. They are looking for more volunteers to support the amazing work they do.
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School uniforms can add a significant expense to family budgets at this time of year. If you are struggling to pay please contact us and we may be able to make a referral to First Days, who offer quality shoes and uniforms.
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