More foodstuffs and festive items were handed over to the Great Yarmouth foodbank yesterday, Thursday 20 December, with dozens of items donated by staff in wards and departments across the hospital being collected to support those in need this Christmas.
We are so grateful to you all allowing us to continue to help those in need over Christmas. Here are some of the donations obviously they cant all be mentioned – but they all meant so much to us however small because they were so generous and WE COULD SEE A LOT OF TIME AND […]
We hope you all had a lovely Christmas & would like to wish you all a very happy new year! Thank you for your support for The Foodbank. Note – all sessions are operating as normal from Wednesday 2nd January there is even an additional opening time at St Andrews on Fridays at 2.25 – 3.30pm. […]
Looks like December will be our busiest month with already a rise on last year. We are so grateful to our supporters for their donations in December especially Hillside school, Ormiston Venture Academy, PERENCO, Royal Mail, Johnson control, Julie Greer and friends Norwich, and JPH. Plus there are always a number of private donations from […]
In the most basic terms, these are people with many overlapping reasons They have been missing meals, often for days at a time, going without heating and electricity. One in five had slept rough in recent months. They are at the lowest end of the low-income spectrum, with an average income below £320 per month, […]
Foodbank volunteers say we have been ‘very touched’ with the response for help after revealing they were giving out more food than they were being given. We are so very grateful indeed for the help and support that we have received from members of the local community including individuals, schools, churches and businesses. We thank you all for your wonderful […]
This photo shows the food raised by St Edmunds Primary School Acle
We’d like to say a huge thank you to all the schools, churches, business and organisations who are doing a phenomenal job this harvest of stocking up the shelves of our foodbank. You’re all amazing! If you can donate please drop off at either Gorleston Baptist or Salvation Army Mondays or Thursdays 9 – 12
We are especially in need of soups, tinned fruit custard, tinned veggies, tinned meats, packet meals. There are trollies at the local co ops and Sainsburys. Otherwise take to the main centres at Salvation Army Monday Thursday or Fridays mornings or Gorleston Baptist Church Mondays 9 – 12. Thank you so much.