Harvest at Widnes Foodbank
From our Project Co-ordinator
As the nights draw in and the season begins to change, we begin to look towards Harvest.
Harvest is a busy period. for us all at Widnes Foodbank, not only with feeding our community and collecting donations but also a time for us to offer thanks and to show our gratitude to those that continue to support us even through their own difficult times.
Please hold us in your prayers as we approach the season and if you are looking to donate, please look at our shopping list for guidance on our shortages.
Vicky, Widnes Foodbank Project Co-ordinator
What's happening at Widnes Foodbank?
With the start of the new school year underway, and many schools hosting their own Harvest assemblies, we're launching our Harvest Appeal for 2021.
Our Harvest Appeal isn't just for local schools though - local individuals, groups, churches and organisations can join in too!
It's easy to get involved. Simply check out our special Harvest shopping list in the section below, and donate at a local collection point. If you're collecting in bulk as a group (such as a school or business) you are able to book a collection slot online for one of our drivers to visit and collect from your address.
More details about donating are available in the section below.
How you can help
As a charitable organisation we rely on generous donations from the local community.
You can help us to provide for people in need by donating an item or two from our special Harvest Appeal shopping list.
Pasta 'n' Sauce
Ready to donate?
If you're donating as an individual check out where to drop off your donation. If you're collecting and donating in bulk (such as local schools and businesses) book a collection slot online.
Unfortunately, we cannot currently accept online collection bookings for individual donations. If you're unable to get to one of our drop off points, or would like to arrange a COVID-secure collecting please get in touch with us to speak to one of our volunteers.