News Child Food Emergency Fund supports 11 local food projects Haringey Giving have been supporting low income families within Haringey where children are experiencing food poverty following the government’s recent decision about free school meals. During the autumn half-term week, we released over £25,000 quickly to 11 local projects which are providing food to children, young people and their families and to schemes which are addressing the causes of food poverty too. Funded projects include: Antwerp Arms Association - £692 Bowes Park Community Association - £1,960 Community Cook Up - £890 Edible London - £4,374 Risley Avenue Primary School - £7,385 Musell Hill Food Bank - £2,000 North London Community House - £1,400 OK Foundation - £625 Refugee Workers Cultural Association - £1,754 Rise Projects - £900 Woodside High School - £4,500 Our approach Haringey Giving has been working with local statutory and community partners in order to avoid duplication and ensure that a wide reach is achieved across our borough's diverse communities. This initiative is part of our wider Haringey COVID-19 Appeal and is part of our co-ordinated local response to COVID-19. Donate now Help us raise funds Please give generously to our emergency campaign – funds raised will be used specifically to support children and young people who are unable to access free school meals during this half-term and to supplement food provision more sustainably over the coming months for low income families, covering Christmas and Easter holidays too.