Hope to those in need, in the lockdown in a pandemic to have a place to provide food is not possible because a crowd means more infections. those in need will stay at home and not leave only for emergencies, moreover the disadvantaged are more scarred than most, we offer a new solution we will hand out vouchers to those in need, with the vouchers the disadvantaged will be able to buy a specific amount of specific food every week, example we will hand out a meat voucher or a breakfast voucher for a girl that has come to our intentions has the problem of malnutrition. The hopeless girl will be able to buy breakfast every week for £10 and her family will be given a voucher for meat for £30 for a duration for 2 months. Until the virus will be vaccinated. the girl will be able to eat with dignity, in her own comfort zone, and no one else will be at risk of the virus
What we'll deliver:
Why it's a great idea:
e are at the frontline providing help for those in need for the past 5 years specifically disadvantaged disabled families, families with a sick kid, or with a child or parent that suffers from a mental or physical condition or disability, or a very poor family, living rough, or ex-offenders. . As to our equality policy, we provide help for everyone who asks us, we do not ask about his or her ethnicity but we prioritise girls or disadvantaged or disabled young people. As they face now greater disadvantage. pandemic + disadvantaged = malnutrition Now all these disadvantaged people are hit very hard. They were struggling until now. Now for some it’s like hell. We can’t describe it. We know some places kids are starving, household with no bread for the little ones, parent they simply need food on the table. One other question? What should the kids eat if the parent died of the virus?
Steps to get it done:
And it is only getting worse. We are scared what will happen to these kids, until they will show symptoms of malnourishment. Malnutrition can lead to loss of concentration, memory and focus, which can result in increased stress. Please save them!
About the space
London Borough of Hackney