Bassetlaw Food Bank AGM Update
We had a very good first AGM on Wednesday June 18th.The Officers for the Charity are:
Chair: Jean Coulson, Vice-chair: David Bean, Treasurer: Stephen Saddington and Secretary: Morag Turner.
Thank you to all who attended. 36 attended, with 31 seeking membership. We also thanked the Chair and Vice-chair of the Council for coming.
We are hoping to have the Retford premises up and running during July. We have information for anyone wishing to support BFB on a regular basis by standing order and we have Gift Aid in place.
Since April 1st 2013, we have distributed 650 emergency food parcels across Bassetlaw (at a possible cost of £25 per parcel, this would amount to approximately £16,200). During this time we have helped to feed 600 children and 2000 adults.
This, as you can see, will have made an amazing difference to those in need.
Most needed at the moment are: UHT milk; sugar; cereal; tins of potatoes, meat, baked beans and sweetcorn.
Thank you again for all of your support and God bless, Morag
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