The EBI Unites Community Pantry project was the subject of a recent article in the Herald Newspaper. Project Lead, Jacqui Reid wrote about why the project is needed and what it delivers.
Jacqui describes the values which drive the project and the positive impact of EBI Unites services – food delivery, children’s breakfast club and surplus food initiatives, advice and support for people at risk of isolation.
The article ends with a call for the contribution of smaller, community-based groups to be better recognised in future, with core funding that empowers communities to recover from the difficulties of recent times and thrive.
Click to read the full Herald article.