About Children in Poverty Inverclyde
1000 children in Inverclyde will not have a holiday, not be clothed properly and feel marginalised.
Britain is the sixth largest economy in the world with more millionaires than ever,so why have 330,000 food parcels been handed out to hungry children, with Inverclyde
accounting for 4000 of these parcels.
It’s time to think
Tackle Child Poverty
Poverty can have a profound impact on the child, their family, and the rest of society. It often sets in motion a deepening spiral of social exclusion, creating problems in education, employment, mental and physical health and social interaction.
Children in Poverty Inverclyde Registered charity number SC044563