How to claim your working from home tax credit and donate to charities to support and feed children facing poverty

If the government won’t use our taxes to fund free school meals for children facing poverty, we will

1. Claim

Visit Claim tax relief for your job expenses to check your eligibility and make your claim.

If you worked from home any time this year at your employers request and they didn’t pay your expenses you may be eligible to claim £6 a week tax relief.

2. Donate

Choose a charity for your donation.

Donate to one of these charities that support children living in poverty, or can search for a charity to donate to.

Magic Breakfast

Donate to Magic Breakfast

Providing healthy breakfast food and expert support to help identify and reach those pupils at risk of hunger.

Children’s Society

Donate to the Children's Trust

Supporting the five million children and young people who go to school hungry

Trussell Trust

Make a donation the The Trussell Trust

Supporting a nationwide network of food banks to support people locked in poverty

You can make a one-off donation of the amount of tax you’ve claimed for the year or set up a regular direct debit for the £6 a week.

3. Shout

Add your voice using the Twitter hashtag #FreeSchoolMeals