As we start a new year, we revisit the posts on our blog that had the biggest impact in 2018.
Church Action on Poverty in Sheffield held their 10th annual Pilgrimage event on 20 October 2018, visiting the Wybourn area and The Manor estate. Sara Millard reports on the day.
David Price of our local group in Sheffield summarises some of the concerns about the change to Universal Credit.
The End Hunger UK campaign is inviting young people to write poems about hunger. End Hunger UK Campaign Manager Rachel Alcock introduces this exciting competition.
Our Empowerment Programme Officer Ben Pearson has been involving young people as experts in tackling food poverty.
In our new report, we call on the Government to establish a Food and Poverty Strategy for the UK.
We launched ‘Your Local Pantry’ as a social franchise on 7 December. Our Business Development Officer Dave Nicholson explains how Pantries will help tackle food poverty and the Poverty Premium.
Our new Empowerment Programme Officer Ben Pearson explains how the Food Power programme will tackle food poverty from the grassroots.
Nick Waterfield, chair of the local Church Action on Poverty group in Sheffield, offers further thoughts on the ‘complex’ reasons why people use food banks.