Hunters Point supports the Trussell Trust with a food donation

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Last week, our team at Hunters Point donated over 20 crates of food to Corby Food Bank, ran by the Trussell Trust, to help support the great work the charity does day-in-day-out in the local community.

For those who haven’t come across the organisation before, The Trussell Trust aims to end hungover and poverty in the UK by offering food banks nationwide that provide people with emergency food. 

Our HR assistant, Louise Menzies, and site general manager, Nathan Marsh, helped coordinate the donation at our Hunters Point site. 

Louise Menzies said: “It’s so important to us as a team to get involved with our local community and help out where we can. Now more than ever we want to ensure our fellow neighbours have what they need to get by. No one should be left hungry and we hope we can continue to make contributions to local charities and offer support where we can.”

To see how you can make a donation to your local food bank, head over to the Trussell Trust website here.

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