Food banks

In the UK today, 13 million people live below the poverty line

More than a million emergency food parcels are given each year to people who needed them.  

We know that life can be tough for many of our customers and we make it our business to help our customers to do much more than find a home. We want to know that the families, couples and individuals who call our properties home are safe and have a warm meal every day.

We work with Greater Manchester Together, a charity driven to end poverty in Greater Manchester, to help customers find a local food bank and people who don’t have a place to stay, to find a shelter.

If you, or someone you know, needs help, please visit greatertogethermanchester.org/how-we-help/funding/ or call 0161 828 1400.

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