Kingsbridge Food Bank thanks Tesco for huge donation

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Kingsbridge Food Bank thanks Tesco for huge donation

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Kingsbridge Food Bank thanks Tesco and their customers after donation of 40 trays during their National Food Collection Weekend. 

Kingsbridge Food Bank coordinator Gerrie Messer posted on social media: "We would like to say a huge thank you to Tesco and their customers - we collected 40 green trays of food that was donated during their National Food Collection Weekend.
"Without the help and support of our donors and organisations such as Tesco and Fareshare - we wouldn't be able to support the number of people we do.
"In the last week of June - we looked after 385 people."

If you need to contact Kingsbridge Food Bank, call Gerrie on 07759 683567, Paula on 07746 937514 or the 24 hour helpline on 07593 881633.

If you would like to donate, visit their website:


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