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    The pace is increasing rapidly of franchisees in our network who are delighted to be supporting the Trussell Trust Foodbank initiative. Here are the details of the latest to chip-in with their support …

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    Elliott Robinson Ovenu (Solihull)Ovenu (Solihull)

    A Solihull business owner (pictured above) is helping to tackle food poverty after partnering with a well-established international charity.

    Elliott Robinson, owner of Ovenu Solihull, has teamed up with The Trussell Trust for the initiative, which will see him collect food items for delivery to a local foodbank while carrying out oven valeting appointments.

    The Trussell Trust, which was formed in 1997 and oversees more than 400 foodbanks nationally, works with communities and churches to help combat poverty and exclusion in the UK and Bulgaria.

    Elliott said: “I am delighted to be doing my bit to help those who have suffered setbacks and been in difficult situations. Many families are struggling with the fragile economy together with the rising cost of living, so it is good to give back in this way.
    For more information about Ovenu, to make a booking with Elliott, or to donate to his initiative for The Trussell Trust, call: 0121 706 6652, email

    elliottrobinson75@yahoo.co.uk, or you can visit http://www.ovenusolihull.net/

    Ovenu (Lanarkshire)

    A Lanarkshire business owner is helping to tackle food poverty after partnering with a well-established international charity.

    John Brownlee, owner of Ovenu Ovenulanarkshire, has teamed up with The Trussell Trust for the initiative, which will see him collect food items for delivery to a local foodbank while carrying out oven valeting appointments.

    The Trussell Trust, which was formed in 1997 and oversees more than 400 foodbanks nationally, works with communities and churches to help combat poverty and exclusion in the UK and Bulgaria.

    Each of the trust’s foodbanks provide a minimum of three days emergency food and support to people experiencing crisis in the UK after being referred by care professionals, who then issue a redeemable voucher for use at the foodbank.

    Mr. Brownlee said: “I am delighted to be doing my bit to help those who have suffered setbacks and been in difficult situations. Many families are struggling with the fragile economy together with the rising cost of living, so it is good to give back in this way.

    John Brownlee - Ovenu (Lanarkshire)

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    For more information about Ovenu, to make a booking with John Brownlee, or to donate to his initiative for The Trussell Trust, call: 01698 430004, email Ovenulanarkshire@googlemail.com, or you can visit Ovenu.co.uk.

    Ovenu (Denbighshire)

    A Denbighshire business owner is helping to tackle food poverty after partnering with a well-established international charity.

    Phil Davidson, owner of Ovenu Denbighshire, has teamed up with The Trussell Trust for the initiative, which will see him collect food items for delivery to a local foodbank while carrying out oven valeting appointments.

    Phil Davidson - Ovenu Denbighshire

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Phil said: “I am delighted to be doing my bit to help those who have suffered setbacks and been in difficult situations. Many families are struggling with the fragile economy together with the rising cost of living, so it is good to give back in this way.

    “The Trussell Trust is such a great cause that benefits so many people, so I am more than happy to collect donations while on my appointments to support the charity. This will go a long way in helping to tackle food poverty in the area, and I am glad to help the service out in any way possible.”

    For more information about Ovenu, to make a booking with Phil, or to donate to his initiative for The Trussell Trust, call: 01745 520054, email ovenudenbighshire@gmail.com, or you can visit http://www.ovenu.co.uk/denbighshire

     

    Ovenu (Bournemouth & Poole)

    Rob Shand, owner of Ovenu Bournemouth, has teamed up with The Trussell Trust for the initiative, which will see him collect food items for delivery to a local foodbank while carrying out oven valeting appointments.

    Rob Shand - Ovenu (Bournemouth & Poole)

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Each of the trust’s foodbanks provide a minimum of three days emergency food and support to people experiencing crisis in the UK after being referred by care professionals, who then issue a redeemable voucher for use at the foodbank.

    Rob said: “I am delighted to be doing my bit to help those who have suffered setbacks and been in difficult situations. Many families are struggling with the fragile economy together with the rising cost of living, so it is good to give back in this way.

    “The Trussell Trust is such a great cause that benefits so many people, so I am more than happy to collect donations while on my appointments to support the charity. This will go a long way in helping to tackle food poverty in the area, and I am glad to help the service out in any way possible.”

    The latest statistics from The Trussell Trust show that 614,000 adults and children received help from its food banks in the first nine months of 2013-14, compared to 350,000 throughout 2012-13. Anyone needing help from a foodbank is assessed and given a voucher for food.

    Matt Cameron from The Trussell Trust, said: “We have seen a sharp rise in the number of people using our emergency food service, which cannot be ignored. Many people from across the UK and are made to go hungry, due to a number of different circumstances that have impacted their lives, so it is important to tackle this mounting issue.

    “We would like to thank Ovenu for its support with this drive, which will help to deal with this crisis throughout the UK and meet the increased demand for food at our foodbanks.”

    Ovenu is a franchise network made up of more than 100 small businessman and women working throughout the UK.

     The Ovenu valeting process involves dismantling key components of an oven such as the door, interior panels, fan and shelves and placing them into design-registered tank equipment, which uses safe, non-caustic products to clean the oven parts. The whole process takes around three to four hours and leaves the oven, hob and exterior in immaculate condition.

    For more information about Ovenu, to make a booking with Rob, or to donate to his initiative for The Trussell Trust, call: 01202 519522, email ovenueastdorset@gmail.com, or you can visit  http://www.ovenubournhttp://www.trusselltrust.org/emouth.net

    For more information about The Trussell Trust, visit https://www.trusselltrust.org/

    in Latest News by Rik Hellewell
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