Food Collection Point
We are collecting food for delivery to older vulnerable people in our community.
Please drop your food donations here and we will ensure they reach housebound older people that need them most during the COVID19 pandemic.
Most urgently needed
- Tinned soup
- Tinned vegetables
- Tinned meat and fish
- Long life milk
- Microwaveable foods that do not need to be refrigerated
- Toilet rolls and cleaning products
Please deliver to 549 Old York Road
during our opening hours
- 9am – 4pm Monday – Friday (please ring the doorbell if the door is locked).
Thank you so much for your kindness and generosity!
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