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Church Action on Poverty North East annual report 2022-24

A sermon for Church Action on Poverty Sunday

7∶00pm, Thursday 27 April
Central URC
60 Norfolk Street, Sheffield S1 2JB

Our local group in Sheffield are pleased to invite you to their AGM – their first face -to-face meeting since the end of lockdown.

The doors will open at 6.30pm and we start promptly at 7pm. Refreshments will be available.

Maria Marshall from the Independent Food Aid Network (IFAN) will speak on:

The growing need for charitable food aid and a ‘cash first’ approach

Maria will tell us about the work of IFAN, the situation on the ground with the rising need for charitable food aid and IFAN’s advocacy for a ‘cash first ‘approach on a local and national level and how food banks have been supporting this.

Later in the meeting we will share our plans for future activities and we would value your input.

Merseyside Pantries reach big milestone

Transforming the Jericho Road

Partner focus: Meet Community One Stop in Edinburgh

Thank you Pat! 40 years of compassionate action

Halifax voices: on housing, hope and scandalous costs

The UK doesn’t want demonising rhetoric – it wants to end poverty

6 people holding cut-out numbers, reading 150,000

Merseyside Pantries reach big milestone

Transforming the Jericho Road

A photo of two volunteers in Your Local Pantry aprons, beside a photo of two members shopping

Partner focus: Meet Community One Stop in Edinburgh

Us and our partner at Purple Shoots hosted an online introduction to how churches can help set up and support Self-Reliant Groups (SRGs)

On the 21 June, we met online to discuss how churches can create and support Self-reliant groups. Watch the recording below to learn what Self-reliant groups are, how to support them, and how they can become a force for good in your community.

Merseyside Pantries reach big milestone

Transforming the Jericho Road

Partner focus: Meet Community One Stop in Edinburgh

Thank you Pat! 40 years of compassionate action

Halifax voices: on housing, hope and scandalous costs

The UK doesn’t want demonising rhetoric – it wants to end poverty

6 people holding cut-out numbers, reading 150,000

Merseyside Pantries reach big milestone

Transforming the Jericho Road

A photo of two volunteers in Your Local Pantry aprons, beside a photo of two members shopping

Partner focus: Meet Community One Stop in Edinburgh