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  • Little Village turns 3 amid shocking levels of poverty

    To mark our third birthday, we are today releasing new figures showing a huge increase in the number of families we see. We expect the trend to continue in 2019. The number of families seen by Little Village rose from

    Press release

  • The Sun features Little Village

    It reveals that around 1 in 100 families in the UK have had to visit a ‘baby bank’ like Little Village to get essential items for their babies and toddlers, and that there are now over 100 such organisations across

    Read the article here

  • Press release: Little Village on Channel 4’s Dispatches

    Baby Banks: Born on the Breadline is a Channel 4 Dispatches programme that Little Village developed with the channel, exploring the rise of baby banks since the introduction of austerity.

    Read more here

  • Sunday Mirror features Little Village

    The Sunday Mirror wrote a features piece about our work at Little Village, as it emerged that 35,000 families have used a baby bank for essential items for their kids this year alone.

    Read the article here

  • Hidden homelessness

    On World Homeless Day, our Chief Executive Sophia writes about the blight of ‘hidden homelessness’. Across London, over 87,000 children are growing up in hostels and temporary accommodation.

    Read more here

  • Check out our new short film!

    The lovely folk at Blake House Film Co-operative worked with us to produce a new 2 minute film all about our work at Little Village.

    Watch it here

  • The five ‘I’s of poverty

    Our Chief Executive Sophia spoke about the five ‘I’s of modern poverty at a conference exploring society, technology and equality and you can read her speech by clicking below.

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  • Why we do what we do

    As we reopen after our summer break, our Chief Executive Sophia writes about why we do what we do here at Little Village. It’s all about love, solidarity and sustainability.

    Read more here

  • The rise of in-work poverty

    Channel 4 News ran an in-depth story about the rise of ‘in-work’ poverty – which now affects two thirds of all children living below the breadline. It featured two of the families we’ve supported.

    Watch it here

  • BBC London come to visit

    We were delighted to welcome BBC London to our Wandsworth site. Watch their short film about us here, where they interview Chelsea and Neo, and talk to our Chief Executive Sophia.

    Watch film

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