Bracknell church calls for harvest donations
Published: 25 Sep 2013 11:300 comments
St Paul's United Reformed Church in Harmanswater is holding a Come To Harvest service on Sunday, September 29 where people can donate dry foods and tins to charities.
The service is from 10.30am-11.30am, with goods being divided between the food bank at Kerith Community Church and the Reading drop-in centre for the homeless in Berkeley Avenue.
The Kerith Food Bank needs:
- Tins of meat, fish, vegetables, tomatoes, potatoes, baked beans and rice/sponge pudding.
-UHT milk, cereal, long life fruit juice, tea bags, 500g bags of pasta and rice, pasta sauces, 500g bags of sugar, biscuits and snack bars.
The Reading drop-in centre needs:
- Tins of steak, minced beef, Irish stew, chicken, chicken curry, chilli con carne, soup, ham, custard, carrots, meat pies, beef curry, peas and luncheon meat.
- Salad cream, mustard, coffee, peanut butter, cereal, sugar, marmite spread, chocolate spread and squash.
- Non-food items including handwash, kitchen towels, toothbrushes, toothpaste, shampoo, shower gel, men's clothing, men's shoes, shaving foam and disposable razors.