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Harvest and Supporting Plymouth Food Bank

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Harvest and Supporting Plymouth Food Bank
by Faye Hatherley-Edwin - Thursday, 5 October 2017, 11:43 AM

From 16th-20th October dried food donations can be left in the Chaplaincy to contribute towards the Plymouth Food Bank. The Plymouth Food Bank are a community project working to serve the community and fight poverty. The Plymouth Foodbank help people who are in financial crisis by providing them with much needed food and also a listening ear and useful advice.

Plymouth Food Bank and they welcome all food products such as tinned fish, sponge puddings (tinned), longlife fruit juice, longlife milk, cereal, tinned fruit, and tinned meat and pasta sauces. These food products can be used to make meals for the family and have a longer shelf life. The Food Bank has asked for no unhealthy snacks with high sugar contents, such as sweets and biscuits.

If you are able to contribute to the collection, no matter how small, please drop off during 16th-20th Oct in the Chaplaincy.

If you are interested in volunteering with the Plymouth Food Bank  close to the city centre, please follow this link to register

Many thanks

Social Action Group