February Shopping List
Thank you everyone who contributed so generously to our Food Bank over Christmas and New Year. We still have a good supply of most store cupboard items but we do need the following:
- Corned Beef and Ham
- Tinned Meat and Pies
- Tinned Rice Pudding and Custard
- Tinned Fruit
- Soups (but not Tomato or Oxtail please)
- Coffee and Drinking Chocolate
- Peanut Butter and Chocolate Spread
- Toilet Rolls
- Washing Up Liquid
- Laundry Powder or Liquid
- Shower Gel
If you would prefer to give a small cash donation, this will enable us to purchase fresh milk, bread, cheese and eggs and to buy fresh vegetables / fruit vouchers to include with individual food parcels.
Print / Download a copy of our Shopping List here (PDF file)
We are registered recipients with Stewardship, who have set up a support fund for our ministry. You can support us by making gifts to Stewardship for our fund. Where applicable, the value of your gifts may be increased by use of Gift Aid (worth 25% if you are a UK taxpayer).
To open a Giving Account to support the food bank through Stewardship please download the forms from our Support Us page.
NOVEMBER / DECEMBER 2018
Winter hardship and food crisis project
Are you worried about having enough money to buy food for yourself or your family this winter? We provide crisis food parcels, toiletries and basic fresh dairy food, for individuals and families this winter.
If you are on benefits, low income/ wages or struggling with illness, please call or text Helen on 07731 524 058.
Helping those in need
If you would like to volunteer to help us at Knighton Food Bank, or you’d like to make a donation of either food or cash, please contact Helen for more information.
See the list on the right for Help, Guidance and Referral Agencies.
To contact Helen call 07731 524 058