MP Maria Miller visited Inspero’s community garden in Kempshott to thank founder Catherine Waters-Clark and the charity’s volunteers for their work in supporting the local community during the pandemic.
Maria said, ‘I am so thankful to Catherine and all the volunteers at Inspero who have worked so tirelessly to support local people in the community with food packages during Coronavirus. The past few months have been tough few months for so many, so it was wonderful to meet volunteers at the community garden in Kempshott to thank them in person for all their efforts, and to see their fantastic work in the garden, too.’
Inspero currently produces around 120 healthy food parcels per week containing plenty of fruit and vegetables, which caters for around 350 people weekly.
At the height of the pandemic Inspero delivered considerably more parcels to residents, with volunteers also collecting and delivering 105 prescriptions in a single month.
Inspero are continuing to support families who are experiencing loss of income, illness, and those who continue to be impacted by the virus.