SLO’ PLATES Reaches out!

A new low fuel slow cooker initiative supports households experiencing the threat of nutrition poverty

It is no surprise that residents in Bucks are feeling the pressure of rising fuel costs, stretched budgets and food insecurity. Nutrition poverty combines the fuel and food poverty together and two organisations have joined in partnership to do something about it.

Khepera CIC and Feedback Global, were awarded funding from the governments Household Support grant central fund distributed by the councils Helping Hands team. To collate and distribute 70 slow cookers, pantry packs, recipe cards and online video tutorials through the support of local charities and organisations across Bucks.

SLO’ Plates has joined forces with:

  • Griffin Place
  • One Can Trust
  • Aylesbury Vineyard
  • Helping Hands Team
  • YMCA
  • St Andrew’s Church
  • All Together CIC

To work with those who would benefit from it the most.

For more information contact Charmaine at Khepera Org

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