Funding for School Breakfast Clubs

Schools and parents were collectively shocked last month when figures were released that one in seven children go to school hungry. That’s a staggering 820,000 children with rumbling tummies every week across Britain, seriously affecting their ability to concentrate in the classroom.

This is mostly due to rising bills that are putting a strain on family’s disposable income – and forcing them into food poverty. Reports found that a large number of parents rely on school meals to help feed their children.

School Fund Finder has taken a great interest in this and we have been working hard to find the best grants for you.  We want to help you make your pupils’ lives better and ease parents’ worries.

Kellogg’s Give a Child a Breakfast

Back for another year, Kellogg’s have teamed up with a UK charity called Forever Manchester to deliver the Help Give a Child a Breakfast campaign.  Grants of up to £400 are available to help you set up a new breakfast club or keep your existing club going.

Visit the link below to see if your school is eligible to apply for funding:

Greggs Breakfast Clubs

Good old Greggs have also got their own Breakfast Club Programme for primary schools. They help to provide a healthy start to the day for thousands of children. Visit this link for details:

Magic Breakfast

Magic Breakfast provide free and nutritious breakfast foods to primary schools in the greatest need. Some of their tasty treats include bagels, porridge, cereals and orange juice.

FareShare Food Access Programme

The FareShare Food Access Programme redistributes in-date, quality food to charities and projects across the country. The good news is it also supports breakfast clubs and after-school clubs. If you’re interested please contact your Regional Depot to register your interest in the programme.

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