itison launches Social Bite fundraiser to feed Scotland’s most vulnerable

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itison is launching a fundraiser for Social Bite tomorrow, Wednesday 13th May at 9am, to help those hard-hit by the COVID-19 crisis. They’re asking big hearted Scots to donate £5 to buy a food pack for the most vulnerable people across the country right now including the homeless; families relying on school meals and the elderly.

Thousands of individuals and families have fallen through the gaps of support and are struggling; homeless people who need now-closed food banks; families reliant on school meals and people on low incomes who have lost their jobs as a result of the pandemic. itison’s £5 fundraiser will help Social Bite get food packs to as many people as possible hard-hit by lockdown.

Oli Norman, CEO at itison said: “We’ve been partnering with Social Bite since 2014 and every year we’re blown away by the generosity of our members. Tomorrow, we’re asking for your help again, to help those hardest-hit by this crisis. It’s never been more important that we look out for each other – by donating £5, you’ll be putting food on people’s tables at a time when they truly need our help.”

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Josh Littlejohn, Co-founder of Social Bite said: “We’ve already been able to help thousands, but demand grows every single day and donations like yours will make a massive difference to the work that we’re doing to help the most vulnerable people in the country. Every year, we couldn’t do what we do without you, so once again we’d love you to get behind the campaign, share it with all your friends and help the people who need it the very most.”

For every £5 donation, Social Bite will provide a fresh food pack of a sandwich, snack and drink to someone in need. The charity is working with over 75 charities and community groups across Scotland to reach those in need. Social Bite cafes are also open to those experiencing homelessness.

Since 2014, itison’s annual Christmas fundraiser has raised over £2.5million for Social Bite. Last year saw an incredible 100,000 meals donated – raising over £500,000 for the charity.

To donate £5 to buy a meal for a vulnerable person in Scotland visit: www.itison.com/donate tomorrow, Wed 13th May from 9am.

 
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