Another £1,000 donation made to Ventnor Community Foodbank by local resident

The £1,000 donation is a great help to the Community Foodbank, but they are also in need of donations of tea, tinned spaghetti, tinned potatoes, sponge puddings and tinned fruit

thank you letter to ventnor foodbank

Tony from the Ventnor Community Foodbank shares this latest news. Ed


The Ventnor Community Foodbank has just received a second donation by cheque of £1,000 – enclosed with the lovely note above.

Thanks to the donor for his amazing generosity – and to all the amazing individuals and organisations that have helped support our project – including Ventnor Sloggers and Unison IoW Local Govt. Branch.

Food donations needed
We are short of tea, tinned spaghetti, tinned potatoes, sponge puddings and tinned fruit.

Ventnor Community Foodbank sign on Pier Street

Donation points are in Tesco’s, Boots, Wendy’s and Carnaby Tea Rooms – all in Ventnor High Street and The Hub at St Catherine’s Church.

Where and when
We are open every Tuesday and Thursday from 10am to Noon at the Baptist Church in Pier Street, Ventnor.

ventnor community foodbank

All are welcome and no vouchers are required.

For more information please contact – Suzie Metcalfe on 07879270929 or [email protected]

Friday, 4th September, 2020 4:18pm

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JossS
This is a very generous hearted person who does think of others; but the question remains why people in this country have to rely on foodbanks when we’re giving away millions in foreign aid and spending in excess of £106 billion on HS2 and that’s without taking into account all the taxpayers money that this Conservative Government and indeed our local Conservative Councillors here waste on hair… Read more »