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"We have partnered with the Vale of Aylesbury Housing Trust & have an Advice Hub which runs alongside Storehouse during our client opening hours, providing information for clients on housing issues, benefits queries, budget managing and homeless support to name just a few of the areas we try to give help in and move our clients on.
In 2018 during January and March we gave out 616 food parcels which fed 1,457 adults and children. This year for the same period, January to March, we have given out 647 food parcels which has fed 1,601 adults and children. These figures show the need there is in our Community and the opportunity we have to help families through difficult times.
Thank you so much for your support of Storehouse, it is so appreciated. We do hope you are able to continue to support Storehouse in the coming year."

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