Aldi has pledged to donate more than one million meals to help those in need during the summer school holidays.
The supermarket giant has partnered with charities, community groups and food banks to distribute the surplus food, with more than 700,000 meals going to causes that support children.
This is part of Aldi’s commitment to donate 10 million meals across the country in 2021, in partnership with community donation platform Neighbourly.
Mary Dunn, Managing Director of Corporate Responsibility at Aldi UK, said: “We are proud to support so many amazing causes across the country, helping them give meals to those in need this summer.
“School vacations can be a difficult time for families, especially when many are experiencing increased financial hardship due to the pandemic, and that is why we are committed to doing what we can to provide more meals than ever before. . “
Steve Butterworth, Neighbourly, added: “The summer school break is always one of the busiest times for charities and food banks across the country, but this year we expect things to be. even more loaded.
“Aldi’s donations have never been such a vital support for these organizations.
Aldi stores across the country are working with Neighborly to partner with local charities, which can collect surplus food and perishables, such as fruits, vegetables and baked goods, for up to seven days. per week.
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This notice was published: 2021-07-21 19:57:54