During June 2020 members organisations of Feeding Liverpool were asked to complete a snap-survey about the challenges they are facing, and their priorities for the months ahead.
29 representatives from 23 organisations responded to this survey. Respondents included organisations providing emergency food provision (e.g. foodbanks), affordable food initiatives (e.g. community markets, food pantries, and community shops), community-based organisations (e.g. community centres and youth organisations) and housing associations.
The four briefing notes below have been created to share their responses. Responses have been anonymised unless permission has been given for an organisation to be identifiable. We have tried to represent the views and voices of the respondents accurately – to ensure they are heard directly by decision makers – therefore the views presented here are not necessarily those of the Feeding Liverpool steering group. Where a view was offered by only one respondent this has been indicated in the briefing note. All other responses where articulated by more than one respondent.
This briefing is a work in progress . Due to the short time scale required for this briefing, we initially consulted with steering group partners, however we would welcome further insights from a wider range of organisations on this topic. Please use the contact us on [email protected]