Food Needed by the Foodbank in NOVEMBER


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The foodbank has received some generous Harvest donations over the last month but we are still running low on certain items. Please find the  the latest “Food Needed” list belowa47bdb2ae5a99dc68185bc94a1d4224c_xl

In the month of October we gave out 125 bags and, with the cold weather just starting, we would anticipate numbers increasing over the next few months.
We had a good evening at The Tower on Wednesday when our MP, Brendan O’Hara, and many of you turned up for the screening of “I, Daniel Blake”. It was a most thought-provoking film and I would urge any of you who have not yet seen it to try to find an opportunity to do so. Brian Keating has generously agreed to donate the profits from Wednesday’s screening to the Helensburgh and Lomond Foodbank.
Once again I would like to thank you for the support you give to our cause, we hugely appreciate it.
Best wishes,
Barbie Paterson


Tins of Macaroni Cheese


Long Life Milk 500ml and 1 litre
Tins of Potatoes/Tomatoes


Tins of Beans


Rice 1 kg
Boxes of Breakfast Cereals


Jars of Curry Sauce
Boxes of Cereal Bars


Jars of Sweet and Sour Sauce

With many thanks for your continuing support.

To all our generous contributors, there are drop off baskets in Helensburgh Co-op, Waitrose, and TSI office in Colquhoun Square (used to be Ava office).
Items can also be dropped off at the Red Cross building 116 East Princess Street Helensburgh. G84 7DQ. 10-12 Monday & Friday and 6-8 on Thursday evenings
On Wednesday’s at the Howie pavillion Rosneath 1-3 pm. There are drop off points in numerous churches please check with your nearest one.