We have been absolutely staggered by the amount of food that has been donated over the last few months, and as a result, our stockroom is completely full to capacity!! What a blessing that is! As a result we are having to ask you all to please just PUT A HOLD ON YOUR DONATIONS UNTIL THE NEW YEAR. We so appreciate everything you give, but we are conscious that we do not want to waste any food. The Sainsbury’s donation box will be CLOSED from TUESDAY 16TH DECEMBER TO MONDAY 5TH JANUARY. Please help us to communicate this by sharing this status. We wish you all a happy Christmas and thank you all so much!
Thanks so much to all those who donated advent calendars, both individuals (some who collected over 50!) and local businesses, including Saffron Yoga, Tinytalk Macclesfield and Frodsham, Avon and Complete Money. In total we received over 700!! They’ve been distributed to children via the Children’s Centres, schools, Barnardos, homeless hostels and Watermill House. We have been truly humbled by the trouble people have gone to collecting them, such amazing generosity!
We would like to say a massive thank you to all at All Saints Church for donating over £1000 worth of Christmas food!! Phil and Margaret from the church are pictured here with some of the 400 items which will make 50 complete bags! A big thanks as well to Sainsbury’s who added in 50 packs of mince pies!
Thanks so much to Nicole and Shelley from Revolution Bar in Macclesfield who delivered lots of Christmas goodies to the Foodbank. Staff have generously donated their tips and the company matched them!
On 10th December it’s been exactly four years since we gave out our first food parcel! Since then it has been a real privilege to show God’s love to people all across Macclesfield by providing emergency food support. We would like to sincerely thank all of you who support us in any way, big or small. So thanks to all who donate time, money and food, to all our delivery drivers and volunteers and to the staff at the agencies who do such a difficult job but often go beyond the call of duty to help people in real need.