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It has made such a difference to many families – not just for the essentials, and I can’t tell you how often people have been in tears as the gesture is so poignant for them. The money will definitely make such a difference to the families this year.“
– Suzi Gilbey
Financial Inclusion Officer, Cambridge City Council