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Feeding Nottinghamshire’s Most Vulnerable Through The Pandemic

University of Nottingham students and volunteers from the award-winning surplus food supermarket, Foodprint, are adapting and working harder than ever to support the local community during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Feeding Nottinghamshire’s Most Vulnerable Through The Pandemic

The image shows two student volunteers holding baskets of food, standing aside a Foodprint van which is parked outside the Foodprint Social Supermarket.

“Foodprint have supported children and families at our primary school to be able to access stable and needed food during the time of this pandemic. The help and support they have given us on a weekly basis have ensured that we have been able to give food to the most vulnerable in our community. They have been so helpful, and they really are a hidden diamond within the local Sneinton area.”

- Kellie Griffiths, Deputy Head at Sneinton C of E Primary School, one of the local schools involved in the redistribution.