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Feeding Liverpool

As a partner in the Feeding Liverpool network, we are working to grow the network and tackle hunger and food insecurity in Liverpool. Together we want to transform the unjust structures within our society that contribute to the root causes of food poverty.

The network was launched in 2016. It works with local food providers, the faith community and statutory agencies. Feeding Liverpool aims to:

  1. Create arenas for practitioners to share and shape good practices in relation to tackling hunger and food insecurity in Liverpool
  2. Draw on experiences from the ground to contribute to and influence policy debates locally and nationally
  3. Raise awareness and develop greater public understanding of food policy and related issues

Feeding Liverpool works with people of all faiths and none. It does not itself deliver emergency food aid, though many of its partners do.

Its particular role is to provide what Bishop Paul Bayes describes as a “line of sight to the street and back”. In other words, to ensure that the voices of people with lived experience of hunger, and experience of food insecurity are heard by local and national policy-makers.

Together Liverpool are working with Feeding Liverpool to grow their network and tell these stories.

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How can you be involved?

  1. Share your stories about hunger or food insecurity with Feeding Liverpool feedingliverpool@gmail.com
  2. Join the Feeding Liverpool mailing list feedingliverpool@gmail.com
  3. Follow Feeding Liverpool on twitter @feedinglpool to hear about their latest events
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