Food and financial coffers have been boosted this week by donations from
The Drayton Fete Committee
The Masons (Langport)
for which the Foodbank is supremely grateful, and would like to say a big T H A N K Y O U !.
But volunteers never rest on their laurels and this week's stocktake reveals the following gaps that we can all help fill next time we venture out to the supermarket.
- Tins of tuna
- Fray Bentos pies
- Chocolate spread
- Tins of meatballs in tomato sauce
- UHT milk, semi or whole milk
- Breakfast cereals
There are several ways you can make your donation -
- take your non perishable goods to St Andrew's Church in Curry Rivel any day – the church is open during daylight hours – and leave it in the North Chapel, which is situated diagonally to the right of you as you enter through the main door
- if your donation is of perishable/fresh produce please take it only between 10.30 and 11.30 a.m. on Wednesday so that volunteers on site can deal with it and distribute same day
- take your donation (non perishable) to St Catherine's Church in Drayton where you will find a box in the porch specifically for the purpose
- One Stop in Curry Rivel has a box where you can place your donations – just ask!
- make a cash contribution, volunteers can take money or let you have the Food Bank account details so you can organise a direct transfer
And a new place to donate for the convenience of our friends in Hambridge – there is a box in the porch at St James Church where you can leave non-perishable items
To seek help or offer help please ring 01458 250997 or 07714 265384