From 2016 to 2018, End Hunger campaigners worked on issues around holiday hunger, Universal Credit and getting food insecurity measured in the UK. Nearly 1,000 individuals and 50 groups have taken action. You can be a part of this community.

Campaigners at Parliament

Local groups and individuals are the key to ending hunger in the UK. It is by building a powerful movement of individuals, groups and networks, united by a common goal of ending food poverty in the UK, that we will achieve real change. Together, we can persuade government to adopt policies to reduce food poverty. 

As a result of our members campaigning… 

  • The government provided £2 million in funding for school holiday food and activity programmes. 
  • Annual measurement of household food insecurity has been introduced. 
  • An extra £1.7 billion of measures was announced in the 2018 Budget because of increased awareness of the impact of Universal Credit on family incomes.