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CharityALDI DONATES ALMOST 4,000 MEALS TO NORTH WEST COMMUNITIES

ALDI DONATES ALMOST 4,000 MEALS TO NORTH WEST COMMUNITIES

Aldi has supported a local North West charity by donating 3,828 meals across 45 hubs in the area.

The supermarket has donated food items including cereals, rice, oats and lentils to The Bread and Butter Thing’s North West hubs.

The Bread and Butter Thing is a charity that makes life more affordable for people on low incomes by distributing over 100 tonnes of food a week to communities in need.  They also work with partners to offer advice, mental health support, help with housing and much more.

Hubs that benefitted from the Aldi donation include Barker Street Community Centre in Oldham, St Peter’s Church in Salford and The Old School in Warrington.

Liz Fox, Corporate Responsibility Director at Aldi UK, said: “At Aldi, we are more committed than ever to supporting those that need it most. We really hope that this donation will help numerous households in the North West area.”

Mark Game, CEO of The Bread and Butter Thing, said: “As the cost of living increases, we are in demand even more so than usual. The donation from Aldi was essential in helping us provide a variety of food to families across the North West.”

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