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Facebook post 5th July 2021

Demand for food support is still strong and we rely on the support from all elements of the community. If you are able to help us with our much needed items this week, we would be very grateful. As we are still so busy, we are looking for schools and places of worship to act as collection points for us. Can you help us with a "Foodbank Friday" drive?


We welcomed 8 new households to Finchley Foodbank this week and are short of:

- bags of rice (we can share large bags)

- shower gel

- tins of custard/rice pudding

- honey

- egg boxes for 12 eggs


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: Wednesday 10am-1pm & 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. https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/charity-web/charity/displayCharityCampaignPage.action?campaignId=13022


You can also support us by liking and sharing this message, to increase its visibility on Facebook. Thank you all for your help.


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