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Closed 10/03/2021

49%
£738
raised of £1,500 target by 29 supporters

    Weʼve raised £738 to fund our 'Sunday Best' Winter Service

    Croydon
    Funded on Wednesday, 10th March 2021

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    Sunday Best is back!

    Watch our Sunday Best film here

    How does this work?

    You donate £5 to feed a family of 5. We buy the ingredients and cook a healthy traditional meal to individuals and families in crisis, delivered by our dedicated team of volunteers.

    A gift of £20 will feed a family for 4 weeks

    A gift of £40 will feed a family for 8 weeks

    A gift of £50 will provide 25 meals per week

    Why is this service needed?

    The covid-19 pandemic means that families below the poverty line are in crisis. Many are suffering from isolation, loneliness and severe mental health problems. And limited incomes mean buying fresh food is a huge struggle.

    Together we can provide over 150 meals per week to individuals living in desperate circumstances.

    WHY WE DO WHAT WE DO.

    While food banks are a lifeline for many households because of furloughing and loss of income, families need some extra help because of the rising cost of essential food items and limited incomes in the coming months, the uncertainty of how individuals will manage financially is a huge worry for many.

    TESTIMONIALS:

    "You are so amazing. Thank you JAGS for helping my family as I'm shielding. You make me feel like I can be safe, knowing you are on my side is so important for me as a disabled mum"

    "I work for the NHS Sterile Service cleaning instruments for surgery, that's my night job. I also a parent rep and am a parent of two children on the special needs spectrum 8yr old with autism and 11yr old with social communication disorder and set up my own whatsapp group to support other parents. Your Sunday dinner helps me out so much because I do not have to stay awake and cook because I know your delicious food is coming. Thank you so much for your great delivery service"

    HOW YOU CAN HELP

    Every £5 can provide a hot home-cooked meal to an individual or family.

    And not only that, it shows them in this difficult time of the Covid-19 pandemic that someone cares.

    You will also be supporting our volunteer drivers as we reimburse petrol money.

    For more information visits our website: JAGS Foundation

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      Page last updated on: 2/10/2021 12.22

      Supporters

      29

      • Dave

        Dave

        Feb 10, 2021

        £5.00

      • Anonymous

        Anonymous

        Feb 9, 2021

        £10.00

      • Anonymous

        Anonymous

        Feb 8, 2021

        £5.00

      • Anonymous

        Anonymous

        Feb 7, 2021

        Well done Saoirse from me too.

      • Jane Pinnock

        Jane Pinnock

        Feb 7, 2021

        Well done!

        £20.00

      • Clare Gill

        Clare Gill

        Feb 7, 2021

        Keep up the excellent support with your cooking!

        £30.00

      • KR

        KR

        Feb 2, 2021

        £20.00

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      JAGS  Foundation

      JAGS Foundation

      Croydon

      We need your help to raise £1,500 to provide over 150 meals every Sunday to vulnerable families and individuals during the COVID-19 crisis

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