children and families
Just over half of parents with children 16 and under in Yorkshire and the Humber are worried about being able to afford the basics for their children this summer, according to a new YouGov survey commissioned by The Salvation Army. Fifty-one per cent of parents admitted they worry about finding the money for their children’s basic needs, such as meals, summer clothes, pocket money, and school uniform.
Two fifths of parents of children aged 16 and under in the North West are worried about being able to afford the basics (clean clothes, meals, pocket money) for their children this summer, according to a new YouGov poll commissioned by The Salvation Army.
The Salvation Army is helping those in need and hosting summer camps to help give children a holiday
YouGov poll reveals a third of parents in the East of England can’t afford to take their children away on a week-long holiday this year
YouGov Poll reveals that nearly half of parents in the South West are struggling to afford the basics over the summer holidays
Just over a third (35%) of those surveyed in London were worried about affording the basics, such as meals, clothes, school equipment for the new term.
The Salvation Army-commissioned research also reveals that just as many parents are worried about providing even the basic necessities for their children,
The Salvation Army-commissioned research also reveals that just as many parents are worried about providing even the basic necessities for their children.
The Salvation Army -commissioned research also reveals that 39% can’t afford to take their kids away for a week long break this year.
Aspley Salvation Army has received an Outstanding classification from OFSTED following inspection of its After School Club in the town.