Equality Oswestry Group: WHY FOOD BANKS IN 2019?

The new Equality Oswestry Group plans to be proactive in raising national and local issues of inequality which, too often, impinge on people’s daily lives and work experiences directly affecting their physical and mental health, social, economic and emotional well-being and development.

“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” – Helen Keller

You are warmly welcomed to Equality Oswestry Group’s first public meeting of 2019 on:
Thursday 24th January from   7.30 pm – 9.30pm
At Eastern Oswestry Community Centre, Cabin Lane, SY11 2LQ
Refreshments will be available on arrival

Liz Jermy, Manager of Oswestry and Borders Food Bank, to give a presentation on this topical issue with some time for questions.  

Equality Oswestry Group look forward to you joining us to learn more about this growing trend.

“We have four million children living in poverty, this is set to rise. We have teachers, police officers and nurses, professionals earning above the minimum wage going to foodbanks.“  – Dr Wanda Wyporska   Executive Director of Equality Trust April 2018