Money saving website MyFamilyClub.co.uk are giving away a month’s supply of groceries every week in August to help families across the UK.
School holidays are often a time when family budgets are pushed to the limits and recent reports have showed how families across the UK are squeezed financially.
In the light of recent research this week from the Government backed Money Advice Service that the UK is a nation living on the financial edge and more than half of adults are struggling to keep up with bills, debt and to put food on the table for their children. Money saving website MyFamilyClub.co.uk are giving away a month’s supply of groceries every week in August to help families across the UK. The Government budget and money advice tools are available on www.myfamilyclub.co.uk which helps parents save and manage their money.
Gemma Johnson, CEO of MyFamilyClub.co.uk said: “The problem of food poverty in the UK has increased and shows no signs of improving. It’s hitting families hard, especially when resources like free school meals, breakfast clubs and after school clubs are not available.
Gemma added: “In light of recent research this week by the Money Advice Service that more than half of adults living in the UK are living on the financial edge and 26 million people are struggling to keep up with bills and debt, and are struggling to put food on the table for their families. We're hearing from parents who've gone hungry for days in order to feed their children, and school holidays are always especially difficult with many budgets stretched to breaking point.
At MyFamilyClub.co.uk we want to help as much as we can so that’s why during the month of August we are giving away a month’s supply of groceries to five families which includes milk, bread, cheese, butter and orange juice for a whole month.”
To find out more on our start competitions page and MyFamilyClub website
Gemma Johnson, CEO of MyFamilyClub, is a regular media contributor regarding family finances and money saving. Gemma has appeared on BBC Breakfast and Sky News during August to talk about family finance and how to save money during school holidays. Gemma, a mother of three young children understands the pressures of raising a family in tough economic times.
Gemma Johnson is available for interview and has appeared on BBC Breakfast News and Sky News in August on family finances and money saving.
For more information and to book Gemma Johnson for an interview please email: Charlotte@myfamilyclub.co.uk, 07817 140174 or Usma@myfamilyclub.co.uk, 07999136540
MyFamilyClub.co.uk helps parents save, manage and make money. The money saving site is for parents with children of all ages, from birth until the day they leave home. On the site you’ll find tips and guides on money-saving and budgeting, as well as tools to help you manage your money. MyFamilyClub also rounds up the best vouchers, offers, deals and discounts, and tells you where to find your household essentials at the best prices every week.
MyFamilyClub is part of the DC Thomson Group which owns the Beano, The Courier and the Sunday Post.
*Research by the Money Saving Advice Service published in August 2013
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