Video. Children will go hungry over the summer holidays as more parents struggle to afford to feed them. That's the warning from a food bank charity in the South, which says many families rely on free school meals to make sure their children eat at least one proper meal a day.
Kerry Swain has been to meet one couple in Wiltshire who say they're desperately worried their children will go hungry this summer. More about foodbanks here.
The foodbank on the Island is one of 300 appeals across the UK and is set to reach its target of raising £5,000. The Isle of Wight have seen an increase in the demand for food supplies as more families are struggling to make ends meet.
Local supermarkets also held charity collections to raise funds and food to help with the nationwide trolley relay by The Trussell Trust charity.
Hovertravel MD Neil Chapman gave the Trolley Push a fun send-off from Ryde Terminal with a fantastic performance by girl group Capo 4.
Isle of Wight Foodbank supporter Hannah King said "We are all making a difference to people who find themselves needing help and support. "