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Over the past four years, we have helped many families and individuals in crisis  in our local community to know that there is somebody up there that loves them.

Storehouse works in close partnership with local social services, CAB, the Job Centre, housing trusts and No. 72, (a family advisory centre).we are hoping to donate over 200 Christmas hampers for families and individuals who have been referred to us in the Stour Valley area.

Jesus told us that the poor are always with us and it is the hard-pressed and downtrodden that God favours. This Christmas we want to demonstrate that simple, but profound truth, by showing a little kindness to the families and individuals in crisis in our community. It all comes with ‘no strings attached’

You may know someone that might benefit from a Storehouse Christmas Hamper. If so, we would love to hear from you. Please don’t be shy in asking!

 

Here how you can get involved with Storehouse foodbank:

 

  • partner with us financially to support the most vulnerable people in our community (warmly open to all churches, businesses and other organisations). Please make cheques payable to ‘Stour Valley Vineyard’ and mark ‘Storehouse’.

 

  • volunteer to serve at Waitrose on the last weekend of November and the first weekend of December or help with the packing and delivery of the hampers themselves at Unit 6, Ballingdon Hill Industrial Estate, Sudbury, CO10 2DX.
    Monday and Tuesday 26 & 27 November from 10am-2pm
    Monday and Tuesday 3 & 4 December from 10am-2pp

 PDF download for directions

  • visit our online shop and buy a Christmas present of food, gift voucher for a child or a hamper for a whole family. Enjoy the thrill of choosing your own present and make a difference to the families and individuals in crisis. Click here.

Please remember, our general emergency food bags are available through the year. We are not a ‘Christmas charity’! Ongoing donations are gratefully received.

To know more or to get involved, contact the Storehouse Team.

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