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Red Trust Bushey Food Bank

Red Trust Bushey Food Bank


Aya Speker
Aya Speker
Red Trust Bushey Food Bank

This week we had June Boother who works at the Red Trust Bushey food bank coming in to speak to year 7 and 9 Willow about the food bank and its role in the local community.

She said the food bank staff are really appreciative that Bushey Meads School have chosen to raise donations especially as their supply is running short. Please help us collect as much food as possible to help our local community.

There are boxes outside the staff room so that we can see which House has raised the most!

Please bring in your donations by 15th February!

Urgently Needed

Cereal
Long life fruit juice
Long life milk
Rice
Sugar
Tinned Fruit
Tinned meat
Toilet roll
Washing up liquid

Low On Stock

Coffee
Rice pudding/custard
Tinned Fish (e.g. Tuna)
Tinned vegetables (e.g. Sweetcorn, carrots)
Toothpaste (adult)
Treat items (e.g. Chocolate bars, crisps)

Well Stocked

Baked beans
Biscuits
Bottle of non-alcoholic drink
Chopped/plum tomatoes (tinned)
Christmas cake
Christmas chocolates
Christmas crackers
Christmas decorations
Christmas Pudding
Instant Noodles
Jars of sauce (e.g. pasta sauce, curry sauce, stir
Kidney beans, chickpeas, pulses
Mince Pies
Packets of nuts
Pasta
Porridge
Sanitary towels
Soup
Tea bags
Toiletries (e.g. shampoo, bodywash, handsoap)
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