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Black Country Food Bank

Black Country Food Bank

Chris Tapper, 11th March 2019


Every Year Fraser Wood tries to raise money for charity, last year we supported Acorns Childrens Hospice and this year we are supporting several charities but one of them is the Black Country Food Bank.
From their own website their aims are the following:


“Black Country Foodbank helps vulnerable individuals and families in crisis through the provision of 3 days emergency food supplies while a longer-term solution is developed. The services we provide have an enormous impact on the people who use them, giving them an important breathing space at a time of great need”

We will be collecting items to donate and raising money for this worthwhile charity.

THESE ARE THE FOOD ITEMS YOU CAN DONATE..


Milk (UHT or powder, preferably semi-skimmed)
Breakfast Cereal (preferably non-sugared)
Tin/Carton/Packet Soup
Fruit Juice ( 1L carton long life)
Fruit Squash/Cordial
Tea Bags (40’s/80’s), Instant Coffee (small)
Instant Hot Chocolate (preferably to be made with water)
Pasta Sauce/Cooking Sauces
Tin/Carton Tomatoes
Pasta/Rice/Cous Cous 500g/1kg)
Packets of Instant Noodles
Tinned Vegetables

Potato (Instant Mash or tinned)
Tinned Meat/Fish
Tinned Pies
Tinned Fruit (in juice preferably)
Tin/Carton Rice/Sponge Pudding/Custard
Sugar (500g/1kg)
Biscuits, Crackers, Crispbreads
Healthy Snacks (Raisins, Apricots etc)

THESE ARE THE NON-FOOD ITEMS YOU CAN DONATE:

Can Opener
Shower Gel
Shampoo/Conditioner
Deodorant
Anti-Bac Hand Gel
Tooth Brush/Toothpaste
Children’s Toothbrush/Paste
Flannel/Sponge
Tissues (small packs)
Nappies (all sizes)
Baby Wipes
Baby Lotion
Baby Wash/Shampoo
Sanitary Towels (not tampons)
Toilet Roll
Shaving Gel/Foam (not razors)
Washing Up Liquid
Small Boxes of Washing Powder

If you need to find your local donation centre or need assistance please click here.
 


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