The MK Food Bank
Latest update (updated August 2021) on what can be done,
in the light of Covid-19/Coronavirus
In Newport Pagnell, there are collection points for food donations at
- the Medical Centre (box in the ground-floor hall area by the far window)
- the Parish Church, on the High Street
- Lovat Hall (Newport Pagnell Baptist Church site)
- major supermarkets have a Foodbank trolley/container for donations
- the main depot, now moved to 14 Burners Lane, KILN FARM, MK11 3HB, accepts donations
The Foodbank Helpline numbers are on their website at MKFoodBank
Contact details for the MK Council Food Bank Xtra scheme and Collection Centres are also on the website MKFoodBank
- please do keep donating money, if possible and sensible; details of how on the website MKFoodBank, and many thanks for your support [Geoff Morris]
- there is a list of the most urgently required donation items on the website MKFoodBank
- the NP Covid-19 Group webpage may have additional information
Many of our congregations already make regular contributions to the Foodbank for which we are extremely grateful—in fact there would not be a Foodbank without you! Many others make a donation at Harvest festival time which fills the shelves at the warehouse for a while. To provide another boost to stocks during the year, the Big Little Give (BLG) campaign was introduced, to take place during March.
Donations of non-perishable food items are always welcome. The following "Shopping List" suggests other items that are very welcome.
Perhaps you could organize a collection at your place of work or your local school. I am happy to arrange to pick up any donations. I am also happy to come along and talk to your group about the Foodbank if that would help.
For any further information please contact me (Geoff Morris) on 01908 617050. See FoodBank for more information.
To find a collection point for food items,
have a look in your local church.
Click here to read her story and others, or click on the logo at the top of the page for the Food Bank home page.