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Please support Evie’s Foodbank Appeal

25 November 2019  |  Jill Lundberg  |  Posted in:

Evie Davison, in Year 9, is a great supporter of the Hambleton Foodshare. During the school holidays, Evie is a regular volunteer, serving customers at the weekly ‘Soup and Roll’ fundraising event. The group’s team of 90 volunteer helpers collect and distribute food to support those in financial crisis feed themselves and their families. Evie is running her own appeal to do something extra in the run-up to Christmas which can be a very difficult, stressful and expensive time, especially for families who are struggling to make ends meet. Evie Davison, in Year 9, is a great supporter of the Hambleton Foodshare. During the school holidays, Evie is a regular volunteer, serving customers at the weekly ‘Soup and Roll’ fundraising event. The group’s team of 90 volunteer helpers collect and distribute food to support those in financial crisis feed themselves and their families. Evie is running her own appeal to do something extra in the run-up to Christmas which can be a very difficult, stressful and expensive time, especially for families who are struggling to make ends meet. Evie would be really grateful if you could support her project and donate just one item of food or provisions from the list below. If you are able to help, please arrange for your child to bring in your donation and leave at the student services reception in school by Friday 13thDecember. Evie will then arrange for the Foodbank to put together food parcels for those in financial need. ·Cereal bars ·Packet potatoes eg Smash ·Shampoo ·Shower gel ·Small bags of sugar ·Sponge puddings ·Tinned meat/corned beef ·UHT milk Please note: The Foodshare is very grateful for all donations but do not currently need beans or soup. Alison Grainger, Coordinator at Hambleton FoodShare, said of Evie, who is their youngest volunteer: “Evie is a regular volunteer when on holiday and it is great to have young people on the team as keen to help as Evie.”  

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