SES Support Second Helpings
With the Stamford Endowed Schools operating with minimal numbers of pupils and staff at the moment, staying open only for the children of key workers, they are still doing their best to support the community in any way that they can, having donated a large amount of food to Stamford’s ‘Second Helpings’ and Stamford Foodbank, following the Schools closures.
Kind volunteers collected car loads full of fruit and vegetables, pasta and rice, dairy produce including yoghurts, milk and cheese and some meat produce from the Schools, which was later weighed, recorded and distributed to those in need.
Second Helpings volunteers cooked, boxed and froze meals with some of the goods, while the more perishable items such as yoghurts and fruit were donated to the Foodbank.
Established in 2015, Second Helpings aims to reduce food wastage by using locally sourced food that would otherwise go to landfill in their café and shop, which are run by volunteers and work on a ‘pay-as-you-feel’ basis. They are currently opening on a more limited basis, to support the community during the Covid-19 crisis.
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