Option 1. Enlarge the food banks. Put in more government money,
State must back food banks, says Welby: Archbishop of Canterbury steps into austerity row with radical report
Food banks are not without stigmas and do not reach everybody in need."Archbishop called for £150m state-backed system to combat hunger in UK.
Archbishop is to launch a Parliamentary report in Westminster on Monday.
Report's proposals call for bigger food banks to distribute more free food.
Also asks for a provision for free school meals during school holidays."
'We hate to be called a food bank'
"A new approach to tackling poor people's hunger recognises that food poverty isn't the only issue they are struggling with. "Volunteers encourage more people to seek help from Loughton Foodbank
"Some people in need of support from a foodbank are to embarrassed to accept it, according to a charity.
Despite people living below the breadline being referred to Loughton Foodbank by GPs and job centres, manager Heather Scholer says some are wary of a stigma attached to accepting hand-outs. "
Option 2. Make food banks redundant.
Give back the country's common wealth and investment returns to the people. Give back their citizen dividend, which is rightfully theirs. With a substantial citizen dividend for every citizen, food banks will become redundant.
There are many studies that show many countries can afford a big citizen dividend or universal basic income. It is matter of political will and citizen education, not monetary constraint.