News – March 2019 [updated 9/04/2019]
Many thanks ….
Again many thanks for the generosity of all those who contribute to the seemingly ever increasing demands placed on the Food Bank.
There seems to be much empty space on the Food Bank shelves at the moment and Warehouse Manager Joan would really appreciate grocery donations such as;
Small tubs of Buttery Spread, Small Blocks of Cheese, Long Life Milk, Tinned of Vegetables, Packets of Potato Mash, Tins of Rice Pudding, Toilet Rolls
However this week our shelves are particularly empty of;
If you are able to help with this particular item then they would be gratefully received.
Thanks to all of you who support us in so many different ways and if you need to find us or make contact our opening hours are:
|Ashington||Monday-Friday||13.00 – 15.00||Holy Sepulchre Church Hall, Station Road (across the road from the church)|
|Lynemouth||Delivery by special arrangement|
|Morpeth||Monday-Friday||13:00 – 15:00||Northgate Hospital, Morpeth NE61 3BP|
|Newbiggin||Wednesday and Thursday||13:00 – 15:00||Church Hall, Simonside Terrace, Newbiggin NE61 6PU|
|Pegswood||Delivery by special arrangement|
We can be contacted by phone – 07841 908477 or by email on email@example.com
Catch up with all that’s been going on in recent months by downloading WVFB 2018 Annual Report
Meeting Urgent Need for Food
Who are we?
Wansbeck Valley Food Bank is a local charity set up to help prevent and relieve poverty or financial hardship by providing food with your help.
Where are we?
We operate out of several sites in the Wansbeck Valley Area of Northumberland. Please see the Distribution Centres page for details of locations and opening times.
What do we do?
We collect your generous donations and store non-perishable food to be able to issue food parcels to individuals in financial hardship who have been referred to us by one of our many referring professional organisations and individuals. The bags provide food for a minimum of three days.
Throughout the past year Wansbeck Valley Food Bank [WVFB] has been able to supply around 15,000 day’s-worth of food at a value of £90,000 to local residents.
And if that figure is difficult to grasp then imagine that every day last year, in excess of forty people received a full days supply of food which adds up to almost 45,000 meals.!