The Food Donation Network (FNV) says the charity has become a “national model” and says it has helped more than 600,000 people across the UK.
The FNV, which was founded by a group of food and food delivery workers in the 1980s, says it currently serves more than 100,000 members across the country.
The group’s head of operations, Sam Mair, said the Food Donation network had been a “significant catalyst” in the UK’s recent economic boom.
The organisation also said it was committed to helping “young and vulnerable people” and to working to end poverty.
“The success of the Food Bank over the past decade has been based on the commitment of our members to their communities, their families and their communities,” he said.
“Our work is now being supported by the National Food Bank, which helps hundreds of thousands of people each year and provides an additional $150 million to our community each year.”
The Food Donation Service is now registered as a charity in the Charity Commission’s register of organisations, meaning that the charity can make charitable donations to organisations that benefit from its services and are under the control of FNV.
The charity also launched a new website, which can be accessed at www.foodbank.org.uk. “
This has helped us to reach out to more people and reach out even further,” Mr Miller said.
The charity also launched a new website, which can be accessed at www.foodbank.org.uk.
Mr Miller also said that it was “in the best interests” of the organisation that it became a national charity.
“We are delighted that FNV has become such a key part of our work,” he added.
“Its a very important way to provide the services that we need to be successful in helping people.”