All Hallows Church Food Bank

This year our winter appeal was to collect non-perishable goods to donate to the less fortunate, we did this across The Parklane Group. Due to the current cost of living crisis we thought this would be the most helpful option to the wider community.

The staff collected a large amount of food and the Foundation added to the collected items, we headed down on the 23rd December to deliver the items. The volunteers at All Hallows Church were super grateful for the donations which benefit their members.

When we arrived, their Owls Christmas lunch was in full swing, with lots of their members turning up for their Christmas Dinner, they also offer lunch on Christmas Day which is open to everyone. They offer a range of different events which again, are open to everyone, as they are an all-inclusive church.

Within the church there is Rainbow Junktion, they are on a mission to tackle food poverty, fight food waste and build community. They offer a Café, which is a pay-as-you-feel/ can donation basis and also a food share which is food surplus and bought as many in the community are struggling, this all on non-referral and no judgement basis and again, open to everyone! The café will benefit massively from the donation from The Parklane Foundation.

They also offer weekly and monthly classes from outside organisations to benefit the community including money classes and basic English classes. They have lots of opportunities to volunteer within the church, including in the café and drivers for collecting surplus food.

We were pleased to be able to help those who are less fortunate over the festive period and donate to such an amazing cause.


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