Blogs and Acknowledgements

                                                                                                                           

We are very grateful for all the help that Val Hogan (https://blog.ververecruitment.org) has given us help in writing blogs about our projects and in connecting us with Phil, Miracle Muck and with Tindall Allotment group, who want to support us with spare produce, when it’s in season.  And Autotrader volunteers, and others who have come from the Benefacto volunteering scheme.  We also thank Emmanuel Church for hosting us and supporting us with collections of food.  The churches and school that supported us with Harvest festival donations. Salford Elim, who partners with us, Forever Manchester, The Wellbeing fund, for helping us with grants during the pandemic so we could provide more food to all who needed it. Weaste Allotment holders who have given us spare produce to give out at the Food Parcels.   And of cause all our faithful volunteers, who help every week to give food out. The Booth Charity for their support for This is it Holiday Hunger. If you would like to support these projects, please go to the donations page.  Thank you to all our faithful knitters, who have knitted baby cardigans, bereavement blankets, hearts and toys for Salford Royal Hospital, Swan department.

Thank you to:

Forevermanchester for grants to provide food during the pandemic and since for a grant to pay for the Fareshare donations.  To the estate of Alan Massey for a donation. And to the Lottery Community Fund for a grants to help with the cost-of-living crisis. This is enabling us to increase the variety of food we give out and feed anyone who is in food poverty.  To the Co op community fund again enabling us to feed more clients.

Thank you to our wonderful regular donors.

Val’s blogs:

Emergency Food Parcels for Vulnerable People in Salford has trebled since the lockdown began

Val’s Christmas Blog about Heart of Salford Awards

Salford Food Parcels & Holiday Hunger helping Salford families in lockdown

Val’s blog about Tindall Allotments