City of Wolverhampton Council is providing support to eligible children and young people during the May 2022 half-term holiday week (30 May to 5 June 2022), funded through the Government’s Household Support Fund.

The deadline for applications to collect a food parcel was Sunday 15 May 2022. It is now too late to apply. 

If you have already applied, you should have received an acknowledgement email to confirm your application was successfully submitted and what will happen next. You may need to check your junk / spam email folder for this email. 

If your application was successfully submitted, you will receive a further email by Sunday 22 May 2022, confirming the outcome of your application. 

Other support is available to all residents of the City of Wolverhampton in need at this time. More information is available at the Council’s Household Support Fund and Stay Safe Be Kind pages, the Government’s free and impartial Money Helper Service or contact Citizens Advice for free, reliable information. Visit Yo Wolves for more information about services and activities available for children and young people across the City of Wolverhampton. 

If you urgently need help with providing food for your child/ren, please contact your child/ren’s school/s, email or call the Stay Safe Be Kind helpline on 01902 290241 (during office hours, Mondays to Fridays, excluding Bank Holidays) to discuss your circumstances in confidence. 

City of Wolverhampton Council will be closed on Bank Holidays Thursday 2 and Friday 3 June 2022.