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B30 Foodbank - Advice Worker Funding Appeal

We have run the B30 foodbank for over 4 years and we know that giving out food to clients is only part of the answer. Having a professional benefits adviser available at each foodbank session is extremely valuable and makes a real difference. Working with other charities, we would like to sponsor a new Advice Worker to support foodbank clients.

In aid of B30 Foodbank

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Total raised
£5,005.00

Target
£5,000.00

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B30 Foodbank - Advice Worker Funding Appeal

We have run the B30 foodbank for over 4 years and we know that giving out food to clients is only part of the answer. Having a professional benefits adviser available at each foodbank session is extremely valuable and makes a real difference. Working with other charities, we would like to sponsor a new Advice Worker to support foodbank clients.

Significant funding has already been raised, but we still need £5000. Can you help us?

Event date

19-January-2018

Event type

Funding to provide an Advice Worker

Event is completed

Event Contact

Key contact
Dr. Helen Gale
Email address
info@b30.foodbbank.org.uk

Activity log

Donation by Andy Hill
on 28/03/2018
£ 5.00
£ 0.00 gift aid
Donation by Anonymous
on 18/03/2018
Donation by Nicole Rixon
on 18/03/2018
£ 10.00
£ 0.00 gift aid
Donation by Anonymous
on 18/03/2018
Thank you for helping so many people.
Donation by Maddy
on 18/03/2018
£ 30.00
£ 0.00 gift aid
Donation by Anonymous
on 11/03/2018
£ 30.00
£ 0.00 gift aid
Donation by Anonymous
on 28/02/2018
Donation by Anonymous
on 05/02/2018
Donation by Anonymous
on 29/01/2018
Donation by Anonymous
on 28/01/2018

Donation summary

Direct donations:(online) £1,285.00
Direct donations:(offline) £3,720.00
Total Raised: £5,005.00
Total Raised
with gift aid:
£5,005.00

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