THANK YOU FOR ALL YOUR DONATIONS
Words cannot convey how grateful we are for the influx of donations that we have seen in the last couple of weeks. From the hundreds of Advent calendars to the constant stream of bags of food arriving at our centres, from company donations to the customers of Tesco, Sainsbury's and Waitrose who have so faithfully donated to our appeals, we simply say a MASSIVE THANK YOU.
A BIG THANK YOU TO ALL OUR RECENT DONORS
Recent donations have come from HSO, Lex Autoleasing, EasiDrive, No1 Copper Pot, the customers of Tesco at Portwood and Handforth Dean, Morrisons Reddish, Hazel Grove High School, SKY, Waitrose, Marple Hall School, Ladybrook School, St Thomas' Primary, St Winifred's Primary, Little Lambs Toddler group, Vale View Primary School, St Johns C of E School, Lark Hill Primary, Hollies Pre school, Asda Reddish, Norbury Parish Church, Start Point Cafe Woodley, Romiley Primary, the Churches in Bredbury, Equity Housing, Nevill Road Primary, St Mary's & St Agnes Reddish, St Peter's, as well as scores of individuals who continue to drop off bags of all sizes!
A MASSIVE THANK YOU to everyone.
IF YOU ARE PLANNING TO MAKE A DONATION...
At the present time we are very well stocked with a certain number of food items, so if you are planning to make a food donation might we ask for tinned vegetables, tinned fish, tinned meat, long life milk and orange juice in particular please, thank you.
FUN RUNS NOW OVER TILL NEXT SUMMER
Almost 300 runners have put their best feet forward over the summer to not only improve on their personal best run times, but also to raise much needed funds for Stockport Foodbank. Our thanks to everyone who has taken part, and see you next year!
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