Food Bank

FoodBank

In this hard economic climate many families and individuals are struggling to make ends meet. Some people are in emergency situations as they wait for benefits to begin. Food bank, organised by the Trussel Trust, is a way of helping in such situations. Agencies are able to refer people who are in genuine emergency to a food bank so that they can receive 3 days worth of food. The Doncaster Foodbank is supported by a number of churches in Doncaster including St Francis church. The Foodbank is based in the town centre St James' Church, St Sepulchre gate, DN1 3AQ

How can people in Bessacarr help?

  • Volunteer at the Doncaster Foodbank. See www.doncasterfoodbank.org.uk
  • Provide some food for the foodbank by dropping it off at a local collection point.

What food items are needed?

Milk (UHT or Powdered), Sugar (500g), Fruit juice (carton), Soup, Pasta sauces, Sponge pudding(tinned), Tomatoes (tinned), cereals, rice pudding (tinned), tea bags/instant coffee, instant mash potato, rice/pasta,tinned meat/fish,tinned vegetables,tinned fuit,jam,biscuits or snack bars

When and where can I drop off food?

 There are collection boxes at in the entrance hall and cafe.