THE CAMBRIDGE CITY FOODBANK
Activities - how the charity spends its money
The principle activity is the collection by public and private donation of non-perishable food and monetary donations. The donations are distributed to individuals or families that have an identified emergency need in the form of food parcels sufficient for a period of three to five days and/or energy credit payments. We use the model created by the Trussell Trust.
|Donations and legacies||£550.77k|
|Other trading activities||£0|
£0 investments gains (losses)
Total income includes £45,000 from 3 government grant(s)