We’re working together to reach out and offer help and love to those who are the most isolated, vulnerable and ill.
Thousands of people, including children, will struggle to put food on the table tonight. We have set up up an emergency food and supplies bank to get essential supplies to those in need. We’re also working together to set up a helpforce to help our community, whether they’re struggling with isolation or unable to do vital errands.
How can we help you?
We’d love to help you in any way that we’re able. We are running an emergency foodbank and you can request a parcel if you need food.
We’re also here to offer prayer, help with vital errands (like walking the dog or posting letters if you’re unable), and to chat with those who are feeling alone and isolated.
Ask us for help
How can you help others?
You can volunteer as part of our HelpForce. We’re looking for willing people to show God’s love to our community. For some people that might look like regularly phoning someone who is feeling isolated, or it may look like delivering food and supplies or running vital errands.
Offer to help others
Giving to our pop-up foodbank
Donate online to our pop-up Foodbank at St. George’s to provide food and other essential supplies to those in need.
You can pay the money into the St. George’s account with the details below, remember to put LoveYourNeighbour as the reference so that it goes directly to the Foodbank.
Account Name: St Georges PCC
Account Number: 00030671
Sort Code: 40-52-40
Please note, the well-being of our staff, volunteers and those in our care is our number one priority. We continue to closely follow government advice including social distancing.