Bangor Foodbank and Community Support is using a �184590 grant to expand their foodbank service and provide training and support for people in crisis. Over three years the project will empower people and families to better cope with challenges including financial issues food poverty mental health and relationship issues. Support and training classes will be based on the needs of clients but could include food plans cookery videos produced by local students First Aid training digital skills basic home maintenance skills CV writing money clinic and health and wellbeing sessions. The facilities will also be used for community activities by other local organisations which the foodbank clients could also attend.
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