Norwich Foodbank 2020 text
Norwich Foodbank has released a new video which explains the huge increase in demand for its food parcels during the Covid-19 lockdown and how it has transformed the way it operates to cope.
Norwich Foodbank has published a new Welcome video online to help people understand what it does and how they can support it.
A 33-year-old tin of anchovies has hit the headlines after Norwich foodbank volunteers discovered it amongst recent donations to the crisis food charity.
May 2020 prayer updates from Norwich foodbank
Norwich foodbank has published its Summer 2020 newsletter with news of its Covid-19 crisis response, record numbers being fed, its tenth anniversary and items of food which are most needed.
Norwich foodbank project manager Hannah Worsley has spoken to EDP editor David Powles about how the charity is coping with the coronavirus crisis and delivering 1000 food parcels a month to vulnerable people across the city.
Norwich foodbank has delivered over 1000 emergency food parcels during April, despite the Covid-19 restrictions, thanks to support from extra volunteers, storage company Viking and landlords the Henderson Trust.
Norwich Foodbank has taken the decision to close all of its distribution centres, run from around a dozen churches in Norwich and Wymondham, from today (Monday March 30), but will still offer support to clients where it can.
Around 20 children from the Catton area of Norwich had a delightful time at a recent FISH (Food and Fun in School Holidays) club organised by Oak Grove Community Church.
Norwich Foodbank has risen to the challenge of meeting a growing need, giving out 12,000 emergency food parcels in the last year.
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