CRB Cunninghams Partner with TLG: Transforming Lives For Good
CRB Cunninghams, the UK’s leading supplier of cashless catering systems to schools, are proud to announce the partnership of TLG, securing this vital community service for the year to come.
Whilst, during term time, Free School Meals provide a welcome relief to parents who may be struggling, when the holidays come around millions of children face the possibility of six weeks without a hot meal. TLG Make Lunch helps churches to fill the holiday hunger gap by running lunch clubs to feed those most at need.
David Swanston, Managing Director of CRB Cunninghams said ‘Our systems encourage the daily term time uptake of school meals by enhancing the experience for pupils and all stake holders. When we heard about TLG and the work they are doing to help children caught up in the growing, “Holiday Hunger” epidemic spreading across our communities, we just had to get involved'.
Since TLG Make Lunch began over 20 years ago the charity has cooked and served over 70,000 meals in more than 100 locations across the UK. The kitchens are run entirely by volunteers, all of whom believe that just one meal for one child could make a vital difference.
The sponsorship of the Make Lunch Kitchen secures the service for the next year, at least, but the team at CRB Cunninghams are keen to ensure that the relationship continues long beyond the first 12 months.
David continued ‘CRB Cunninghams and its staff are committed to doing everything we can to assist this worthy charity end “Holiday Hunger” for our children".
For more information about TLG Make Lunch please visit www.tlg.org.uk and watch this space for further updates on how CRB Cunninghams are working with TLG to make a difference.
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