High Street, behind Methodist Church
Conference Room, HVH
By Haddenham Webteam - 14th June 2022 9:48pm
The Sharing Life Trust food bank distributes emergency supplies of essential foods to those in our community who are struggling financially.
There are 4 food bank collection points in Haddenham where donated food is collected and distributed by volunteers via Sharing Life Trust which is based in Thame and works alongside other Food Banks in the area.
The locations are:
* Coop by the tills;
* Morrisons on the right by the main door;
* Post Office by the main door;
Any foods are welcome that are dried or packaged.
For further information about what is required, see shopping list at www.sharinglifetrust.org/foodbank or download the food bank app from the Sharing Life Trust website.
For anyone who is in need please contact Sharing Life Trust 0300 2010212 or 07541 299010.
A volunteer will arrange for a drop off of food to anyone in Haddenham or the surrounding villages.
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