Some of the foodbanks located in Yarmouth and Waveney really need your donations.
With the cost of living rocketing more people are relying on foodbanks to support them and they need your donations!
Many of our clients access foodbanks and find these a vital source of support.
If you can spare any of, or buy to donate any of the following items, these would be greatly appreciated:
- Tins: meats, meals, fish, vegetables incl. tomatoes & potatoes, soups, beans, fruit, custard;
- Packs/bags of pasta, rice, tea, sugar, cereals, jelly;
- Sachets of custard, coffee, sugar, soups, mug shots, pasta sauces, noodles, cereals;
- UHT milk;
- Baby items i.e. nappies, wipes, food;
- Pet food – cats/dogs
Please note these need to be in date and easy to store.
You can make donations to the foodbanks directly and their details are below.
Alternatively if you would like to drop a donation off to our offices we will be regularly taking donations to support these foodbanks, so please drop them off to 6 Music House Lane, Norwich Norfolk NR1 1QL
The Foodbanks that need these donations most are:
- Martham Rectory – The Rectory, School Road, Martham. NR29 4PX. Donations can be made Wednesday am or by arrangement with Steven Sivyer 01493 740823.
- Caister Community Larder – Caister Church Hall, Caister High St. Donations can be made Tuesdays, 2pm-4pm or by arrangement with David Wells 01493 728431
- Great Yarmouth Food Bank, The Salvation Army, Tolhouse Street, Great Yarmouth, NR30 2SQ. Donations can be made Mondays and Tuesdays – 10am-12pm (please note, closed week beginning 27 June)
- Belton Rectory – Donations can be made by arrangement with Rosie Bunn – 01493 780210
- Gorleston Baptist Church Lowestoft Road, Gorleston, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR31 6LY. Donations can be made Mondays and Thursdays 8am-12pm or by arrangement with Liz Townson 07786952306
Thank You for your support.