Ever since opening our doors in 2015 the number of people we help has drastically increased. By the end of August 2018, we had already handed out more food than we did throughout all of 2017, a year in which we were very close to closing our doors, which you can read all about here.
Chairperson and Founder, Rev. Kim Hurst, told the Sunday Times of Malta that the Foodbank is still handing out food collected from their annual Christmas campaign, in which individuals, families, organisations, schools and businesses collect non-perishable foods throughout the month of December and donate it towards the Foodbank.
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Rev. Kim Hurst explains that the Foodbank experiences very busy hours, with people waiting outside the premises up to two hours before it opens its doors.
There are many ways to get involved in supporting Foodbank Lifeline Foundation. Please do have a look through our website for some great ideas.