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  • Writer's pictureFinchley Foodbank

Facebook post 23rd August 2021.

We continue to busy throughout the school holidays, providing those that visit us with three days of emergency food and other essential items, come rain or shine


This week we advertised Jim's Cafe, based in Barnet, which is a free service offering advice for the community as well as a great cup of coffee! They have access to online services and can assist in form filing.

💙Please note, we are not at the foodbank on Wednesdays in August.💜

This week we welcomed 5 new households to Finchley Foodbank.

This week and are short of:

- pasta

- washing tablets/capsules

- peanut butter

- strong supermarket plastic bags, please have a look in your cupboards for us.

We have enough of everything else for this week, so if you can concentrate on these items that would be fabulous, so that we are able to give all of our clients these basic items.

Every donation makes a difference, big or small. Please check your donations are in date as we have vulnerable clients.

We are able to accept donations from members of the public on Friday 12-3pm in the church hall behind St Mary's Church, 279 High Road East Finchley N2 8HG.

Collection points are also available in the Sainsburys Local High Road East Finchley N2 and Martyn Gerrard 365 Regents Park Road N3.

Please observe the 2 metre distance rule whilst on the premises and try not to touch anything. To the left of the church is a drive way, walk down it and leave your donation on the table ahead of you. Please don't come inside the hall.

If you are in isolation, but want to support us we have an online giving page.

You can also support us by liking and sharing this message, to increase it's visibility on Facebook.

Thank you all for your help. 💙💜

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