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60% of people in poverty in Britain live in a household where someone is in work.

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The Holiday season is soon to come and many are of good cheer.

But spare a thought for those in need or have no one to care.

Food parcels are the norm this year and people locked inside,

So share the cheer with all you can, you could just save a life...

Increasing Isolation. Food Insecurity. Deprivation. Sub-Par Housing. Mental Wellbeing. Poverty. Unfair Treatment. 

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Deprivation

"Deprivation is the consequence of a lack of income and other resources, which cumulatively can be seen as living in poverty."

A single person needs £18,400 a year before tax and benefits.

A single parent with one child needs £28,450 before tax and benefits.

Two parents and two children need £40,000 before tax and benefits.


Make this world a better place...

Money isn't everything, but it sure helps to get things done.

Just a year or so ago, it would have been hard to believe that a young mother could starve to death in her flat, with her young baby beside her.

But this is now a reality with 40% of people living in poverty in places that were once deemed as first world countries.

We want to make a difference. We want to make a change. We want a better world and we need your help to do it.


Increasing Isolation. Food Insecurity. Deprivation. Sub-Par Housing. Mental Wellbeing. Poverty. Unfair Treatment.

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Food Insecurity

Food insecurity is generally defined as experiencing hunger, the inability to secure food of sufficient quality and quantity to enable good health and participation in society, and cutting down on food because of a lack of money.


8.4 million people in the UK are experiencing food poverty of some kind. 


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Around 14.2 million people live in poverty in the UK: 8.5 million adults, 4.5 million children and 1.4 million pensioners

Increasing Isolation. Food Insecurity. Deprivation. Sub-Par Housing. Mental Wellbeing. Poverty. Unfair Treatment.

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I Care

Social Isolation

Social isolation describes the absence of social contact and can lead to loneliness. It is a state of being cut off from normal social networks, which can be triggered by factors such as loss of mobility, unemployment, or health issues.


Thirty-six per cent of people aged 65 and over in the UK feel out of touch with the pace of modern life and nine per cent say they feel cut off from society.

Young adults are more likely to feel lonely than older age groups.

The effects of Social Isolation include: Depression, Anxiety. Psychosis, Cardiovascular disease, Stroke, Sleep deprivation.


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