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COVID-19 pandemic increases demand for food parcels. URGENT HELP NEEDED PLEASE.

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COVID-19 crisis causes extra demand for food parcels and we are in urgent need of funds to supply food to those families in need.

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  Auckland

The South Auckland Christian Foodbank (SACFB) is a charitable trust formed in August 2008 with the aim of improving the quality of life for families in South Auckland and surrounding areas. We do this by assisting families with food, personal care items, providing and or facilitating budget advice and the provision of other needs as required. We provide the following services; food parcels, financial capability courses, budgeting advice, food save programme, community dinners and Christmas dinners.

The COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent job losses has caused a lot of hardship for families, and requests to the SACFB for food parcels have already increased 250%. We are in urgent need of funds to supply food to those families in desperate need.

Nina Stevenson's involvement (page creator)

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, demand for our food parcels has increased substantially. We are in urgent need of funds to buy food for those families in need.

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Christine
Christine on 29 Apr 2020
You're doing such wonderful work! Many thanks and arohanui
$100
Karen Chris
Karen Chris on 29 Apr 2020
$50
Kimberly
Kimberly on 28 Apr 2020
Thank you for all you do <3
$50
Kirsty de Jong
Kirsty de Jong on 27 Apr 2020
$25
Maren
Maren on 27 Apr 2020
$30

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Created by Nina Stevenson

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This page was created on 31 Mar 2020 and closed on 30 Apr 2020.
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