HARLOW Boxes of hope
HHLC are committed to supporting families who are experiencing hardship due to the COVID19 outbreak. We are delighted to be working with a variety of partner agencies to be offering a special 'Boxes of Hope' to be delivered direct to the doors of families living within the District of Harlow, funded by Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs via Active Essex and Rainbow Services.
How does HARLOW box of hope work?
HomeBoxes for Epping Forest contain a variety of staple groceries to support family life, including tinned foods, tea/coffee, cereal, rice, pasta, toiletries and cleaning supplies plus sanitary & baby products (where required). Everything you need for a happy, safe and well stocked household.
Perfect for families for whom affording the weekly shop at the moment is a challenge because of how COVID19 has affected them.
LunchBox is a great opportunity for families to enjoy learning new skills together as they make simple, easy meals that they create again time and time again using the enclosed recipe cards.
Each Box contains the key fresh and tinned ingredients to create a meal for a family to enjoy together and a recipe card to allow them make the meal again in the future.
These boxes are great for families where maybe affording the basic weekly shop is going OK, but buying fresh ingredients to cook from scratch is more difficult.
We know that having a new baby during the COVID19 outbreak is even more challenging than welcoming a new life into the world is normally.
BabyBoxes are designed for families who are awaiting an immanent new arrival or where baby is 0-2 months old, and contain a wide variety of 'starter' items like baby clothes, infant formula, nappies, a change mat and more to support families to give their little one the best start possible.
Harlow Boxes of Hope is made possible through partnership...
and the generous support of our funders...