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- Same-day courier service
- Abnormal and large shipments welcome
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- Country wide & international deliveries
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A Speedy Donation
Courier company Speedy Freight pledges £250 a month support package for the entire year to local charity Hope Central, following a £1000 donation to its partner The Welcome
Speedy Freight national sameday courier, has pledged a year of financial support to two local charities working jointly in a bid to help tackle food poverty.
According to the Trussel Trust, there was an 81% increase in emergency food parcels from foodbanks in its network during the last two weeks of March 2020 compared to the same period in 2019, including a 122% rise in parcels specifically for children. The coronavirus pandemic has only exacerbated the challenges faced by those in poverty – making the year-long pledge even more crucial.
Both charities, The Welcome and Hope Central are based nearby the Speedy Freight Support Centre in Knutsford and Hope Central will receive £250 per month for the next 12 months from the national courier brand.
The donation towards The Welcome charity (£1,000) and monthly donation to Hope Central will support the creation of essential food parcels worth £35, which include fruit and veg, fresh food and store cupboard essentials. The monthly donation from Speedy Freight will be used to create additional food parcels, feeding around 25 extra families each month.
This Easter 60 Food Parcels are being donated to local families by the charities, containing essentials, along with The Real Easter egg for each child.
Additionally, each day, volunteers from The Welcome provide around 30 ‘meals on wheels’ to vulnerable members of the community who are struggling with issues including financial difficulties, disabilities and loneliness. As well as providing food to those in need, the visits also help to tackle loneliness in the community by providing some much-needed human contact, albeit at present socially distanced, to both the volunteers and those receiving the meals.
Hope Central is comprised of four centres across North East Cheshire that help to develop deeper relationships with those who receive food support parcels – helping with wider issues such as domestic abuse, substance addiction and more.
COVID-19 has only worsened the issues that Hope Central are committed to tackling, so regular support sessions are now needed more than ever. The monthly donation from Speedy Freight will go towards the running of several, popular Hope Central community support events such as; a job club to help with access to the internet for job searching, as well as freedom from dependencies, money management and cookery courses.
Mike Smith, Speedy Freight Managing Director said: “We are humbled by the fantastic work both The Welcome and Hope Central do in the local community and hope our donation helps them continue this community action. We also hope that once it’s safe to do so, members of our team can offer their support by volunteering too.”
This donation is a part of Speedy Freight’s wider pledge to end food poverty. Working in conjunction with several other brands and charities, Speedy Freight has signed up to the Right for Food campaign launched by Ian Byrne, MP for Liverpool West Derby.
The campaign aims to introduce a legal ‘right to food’, clarifying obligations on food poverty and introducing legal avenues to hold government bodies accountable for violations. In practice, it would end the five-week wait for universal credit and help to bring the UK closer to the goal of Zero Hunger*.