One in four Bristol children are at risk of hunger. Help us change that.
No child should go hungry, but for many this is a sad reality. This Autumn we are calling on our city to help us change the picture.
**Match funding announced- every donation will be doubled by local funder**
Donate today to help us do more.
Schools in the most deprived areas of our communities see children arriving every day who are tired, hungry and unable to learn. Our charity works to get quality food to over 20 priority primary schools and 30 holiday projects in Bristol alone for Breakfast Clubs, After School and Holiday Clubs, as well as emergency food parcels for struggling parents. If we can get more good food into the networks that matter, more vulnerable children and their families can be supported through tough times without going hungry.
Donate today to help us do more- your money will go further than you think:
£5 a month could enable us to provide food for 15 children every day for an entire year.
£20 enables us to provide 80 breakfasts for children at risk of hunger.
£1,000 enables us to support a school for an entire year, supporting on average 60 children and their families at school, at home and during the holidays.
Want to go one step further? Why not host your own Big Breakfast fundraiser morning in your office, home, church or school to help us do even more!
Thank you for your donations and support- please share our campaign far and wide!
He didnt used to eat in the mornings, and there was always a drama before school. You can see hes calmer now and you can see on his plate hes eating more. Id never be able to get him fruit and stuff like this. The teachers have noticed a difference just since this all started. Last week he got Class Celebrity and hes never got that before. Josie, parent of child at Barton Hill Primary School Breakfast Club (while her son ate his third helping!)
Parents were struggling before to get them in on time here. Now the kids are looking forward to coming in. You can see them all lining up outside in the morning- you didnt see that before! Paul Coin, School of Christ the King Breakfast Club, Hartcliffe