We currently partner with over 40 local support agencies and front line care professionals, such as Citizen’s Advice Bureau, social workers and health visitors. This ensures that we are able to reach the most vulnerable and needy people and families in our town who would otherwise go hungry. For a full listing of all agencies we work with please click here.
We are very grateful for the support of many local churches in the Macclesfield area including Elim Church, All Saints Church, Broken Cross Methodist, St Edwards, Sutton St James Church, Macclesfield United Reform Church, Holy Trinity Hurdsfield, Tytherington Family Worship, Gawsworth Methodist, St Michael’s, St Peter’s and Mobberley Methodist. Many thanks to all who have have donated food, money and helped with collections.
Many local businesses/ schools/organisations have offered support, through donating food, services and holding special collection days. We cannot stress enough how much of a difference this makes, and as a result we are raising awareness and helping more and more people in Macclesfield.