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Helping People Find Food, Hope and Faith During the Cost of Living Crisis

The Message Trust’s community groceries aren’t just helping people practically. They’re also offering people life skills, friendship and the chance to discover the ultimate source of hope – Jesus.

Jill Mallen, the Trust’s Regional Development Manager for Community Groceries, speaks to Christian Today about how the community groceries are giving people so much more than food.

CT: How do the community groceries work?

Jill: They’re open to anyone finding it tough to make ends meet. Members pay a £5 annual membership fee and can do a £4 shop with us up to three times a week. So for £4, they can fill their basket and get up to £25 worth of food, fruit, veg, bread, frozen food and non-food items like toiletries.

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