29 Nov 21
Over the last couple of years footfall to our foodbank has been incredibly high and we have struggled for space. Throw in a global pandemic requiring social distancing and the situation has been really challenging. We are moving part of our operation to new premises in Winnersh and from Monday 6th December it will be […]
26 Nov 21
This week we received a very generous cash donation to be spent on Christmas food for the Foodbank. Massive thank you to the team at Morrisons in Woosehill who helped out this morning when we turned up to spend it.
2 Nov 21
We are very grateful for the wonderful donation from Holme Grange School
12 Oct 21
St. Gerorge’s School Ascot delivered their Harvest donation today and a team from the school helped us date and sort their massive 249kg collection. Thank you for their invaluable help today.
1 Oct 21
We are running short of Bags for Life, which we use for food parcels. We are very grateful for Tescos in Wokingham, who recently donated lots of them to us, but we still need more. If you have any please leave them in the collection bin at Tesco, or drop them into us during our […]
28 Sep 21
Huge thank you to all those at Ludgrove School who donated three trolleys of food to Wokingham Foodbank! Harvest Festival donations are starting to come in and we couldn’t be more grateful!
22 Sep 21
If you have time to spare and would like to help the local community then come and meet us at the Wokingham Volunteer Recruitment Fair on Saturday 25 September As restrictions ease and life begins to return to some sort of normality, charities are also getting back to normal. Local charities need your help now! […]
10 Sep 21
School uniforms can add a significant expense to family budgets at this time of year. If you are struggling to pay please contact us and we may be able to make a referral to First Days, who offer quality shoes and uniforms. https://www.firstdays.net/school-uniform
8 Sep 21
134,000 people in the South East fear they will be forced to skip meals if UK government cuts Universal Credit payments this October
134,000 people in the South East fear they will be forced to skip meals if UK government cuts Universal Credit payments this October Furthermore, 161,000 people in the region fear being unable to heat their homes this winter and 105,000 say they’ll need to use a food bank the cut goes ahead, according to new report by the Trussell Trust Today, the Trussell Trust publishes a new survey that lays bare the […]