Aldi has pledged to Christmas Chicken Holiday Lights And Ornaments Merry Bawkmas 2020 Shirt donate thousands of surplus meals by Christmas this year – and has called on charities, community groups and food banks to sign up immediately to receive donations on Christmas Eve.
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Last Christmas, Aldi donated nearly 450,000 meals for good purposes across the Christmas Chicken Holiday Lights And Ornaments Merry Bawkmas 2020 Shirt UK and is expected to increase this number by Christmas 2020.
Meals will support those struggling at a time when many households are struggling financially and food insecurity as a result of the epidemic.
Thanks to Aldi’s successful partnership with Neighbourly, a community interaction platform that links businesses with food banks and charities, all 894 Aldi stores in the UK now donate surplus food seven days a week, year-round.
Christmas provides an opportunity for more charities to benefit from the Christmas Chicken Holiday Lights And Ornaments Merry Bawkmas 2020 Shirt initiative, and any charity and community group with resources to help can contact them to sign up for food donations for the festival from Britain’s fifth-largest supermarket.
The charity will partner with local Aldi stores and be able to collect fresh and chilled food products that are about to expire – including fruit, vegetables, fresh meat, fish and bread – before shops close on Christmas Eve.
What did Aldi say?
Luke Peech, Managing Director of Corporate Responsibility at Aldi UK, said: “Our Christmas food donation program plays a big role in supporting those in need during the festive period and is something we are passionate about. This is our fourth year of implementing this initiative and we look forward to partnering with local charities again.
“Last year we were able to help thousands of people across the UK and this year we hope to expand this further in a challenging year for so many,” he said.
Steve Butterworth from Neighbourly, added: “Sadly, charities and local charities are expecting record demand for their services this Christmas because of the epidemic and its impact on communities across and below the country.
“We are sure that there are many other groups that can make good use of food, so we encourage them to relate to each other.” …