This week, the Northampton Town FC Community Trust were delighted to accept a food delivery from His Church to the retail value of £3260 thanks to a generous donation from Franklins Solicitors.
Building on the work the Community Trust have been doing throughout the pandemic and through the Government’s Holiday Activity Fund, the food pallet, containing a range of items including pasta, rice, tinned items, cereals, Easter eggs and much more will be used to support families and individuals across Northamptonshire.
Northampton Town FC Community Trust’s Chief Executive Officer, Phill Smith said, “We are extremely grateful to both Franklins Solicitors for funding and His Church for delivering this amazingly generous food donation. Everyone should have access to good food but unfortunately, increasingly we know this is not always the case. This donation will be a fantastic help to enable us to support families and individuals across Northamptonshire at this challenging time.”
The bulk of the food will be distributed via the Northampton Hope Centre of whom the Community Trust have been working with throughout the pandemic, with the remainder being used on the Northampton Town FC Community Trusts’ holiday activity and food programme being delivered in Wellingborough and Daventry over the Easter half term period.
Andrea Smith, Partner, Franklins Solicitors LLP said, “At Franklins Solicitors we are passionate about supporting the communities in which we serve. We are proud to work with His Church and Northampton Town FC Community Trust to support local foodbanks and help families in need during these difficult and challenging times.”
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If you would like to get involved in supporting or donating to the Northampton Hope Centre, please contact www.northamptonhopecentre.org.uk
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