Team Pavilion: Walking in the Shoes of our Customers
Child Poverty in the United Kingdom part two
Routes out of poverty
There are many ways in which support can be provided, but in the long term, there really is only one route out of poverty. Society needs to commit to ending child and food poverty. This change needs to be championed by politicians and on the ground, in towns and cities. Child poverty is not inevitable and the historical precedence is that child poverty levels in the UK have been significantly lower than they are today.
Child Poverty in the United Kingdom
Poverty is something that has followed society around for years. With the arrival of the global pandemic known as COVID-19, the situation has moved from bad to worse. We are now living in a country that many believe is equivalent to that which was seen in the 1900s, with regards to poverty.
Who Am I? Ben Best
As part of our walk in the shoes challenge, we are walking, running, hopping and generally moving around the United Kingdom. As we pass our customers on the route, we are donating to local food banks to raise awareness of child poverty and in particular, The Child Poverty Action Group.
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A Big Thank You to Everyone
There is no doubt that 2020 has been a difficult year. You do not need us to say this. It has been a challenge for the entire human race but through this, we have pulled together. We have shown that we are stronger together and from all this strife, we will emerge.
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