Reflections and thoughts from the foodbankers

The shelves of tinned foods at Brixton foodbank

Making sure the shelves stay filled

It’s been more than six months since starting our blog on foodbanks, so we thought we would reflect on what we’ve learnt about foodbanks so far, the people who we’ve met who we have found so inspiring, and what we think foodbanks should do to improve in the future. Have a listen! (And sorry about the odd howling noise in the background at times, we recorded our podcast on a very windy day!)

“When we first started on foodbanks, I didn’t know much about foodbanks and the number of people having to use them really shocked me”.

Finally, we discussed how some foodbanks differ from those run by the Trussell Trust, whether foodbanks are becoming politicised, and what we think could improve foodbanks for the future!

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What do you think could improve foodbanks for the future? Who’s most inspired you in the food bank community? And are foodbanks becoming too politicised? Leave us a comment below!

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