Trafford Housing Trust

Let’s tackle food poverty together!

25 September 2014

Tackling Poverty logo.png13-19th October Greater Manchester - a week of action

Why is the Trust involved?

Food poverty is not acceptable in modern society and that is why we have joined a group of businesses, organisations and charities who havecome together to tackle the growing problem of
food poverty in Greater Manchester.

Tackling Food Poverty Together is a week of action to raise awareness of the issues and focus on solutions.

We know that food banks and voluntary organisations are an essential support, but we are also keen to drive forward longer term solutions. 

How is the Trust involved?

We have joined the week of action to raise awareness across Greater Manchester. We will join with other organisations to tackle the problem together and aim for a long and lasting change.

We are running different events during the week of action including:

Giving Food

Giving support and raising funds for food banks,breakfast clubs and other voluntary groups. 

Growing Food

Supporting customers interested in growing their own food for the benefit of the community.

Cooking Food

Linking with organisations who can provide advice on how to eat cheaply and healthily and reduce food waste. 

Positive Starts with Food

We are talking to new tenants who are on low incomes about what support they need when they move into a new home.

 For more information about how Trafford Housing Trust are getting involved see our calender of events here.

What do I do if I am struggling to buy the food I need?

What do I do if my children don’t have enough to eat?

Family food parcle.jpgWe have a range of support services and also work closely with organisations who can help, so please get in touch. 

Contact 0300 777 7777 and tell the Customer Hub Advisor that you would like to talk to someone about food. They will just ask for your contact details and will arrange for someone to contact you within 24 hours. You can also email

For more information on how you can get involved or how you can support those organisations on the front line in Greater Manchester visit the website -

Food Poverty Organisations
works to empower local communities to combat poverty and exclusion tackles the twin issues of food waste and food poverty working together with local communities towards the prevention of youth homelessness and aims to help young homeless. help you waste less food & save money  get informed Read reports and updates, and watch videos

Local Food Banks


foodbank-logo-Stretford-logo.png  The Foodbank is open every Tuesday from 11am to 2pm by referral only





Mondays 12noon to 2pm at St Francis Church, Budworth Road (off Norris Road), Sale Moor

Tuesdays 11am to 1pm at Sale West Credit Unit Rooms, Newbury Avenue, Sale

Wednesdays 10.30am to 12.30pm at St Albans Church Hall, Lindsell Road, Altrincham

Fridays 10.00am-12.00noon at Timperley Methodist Church, Stockport Road, Timperley



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