Small jars of coffee.
We operate the largest foodbank in Guernsey, supported by many churches, individuals and businesses.
The main store is upstairs at Holy Trinity Church and items may be dropped off there during the church’s normal opening hours of 9am to 3pm Monday to Friday.
Items we are currently running low on:
Orange or blackcurrant squash
Corned beef or other tinned meat
Other items we use regularly:
Tinned vegetables (carrots, peas, sweetcorn)
Top 3 most needed items
Orange or blackcurrant.
Small bags of sugar.
Satellite collection points
Around the Island we have established satellite collection points where members of a working community or church congregation support the work of our Foodbank by donating goods on a regular basis.
Current participants are:
Town Church, Spurgeon, Church on the Rock, St Martin’s Church, St Andrew’s Church, St Peter’s Church, St Sampson’s Church, Les Camps Methodist Church, St Joseph’s Church, Inner Wheel, Wesley Methodist Church, St Stephen's Church, Holy Trinity Church, St John's Church, Capelles Methodist Church, St Matthew's Church, Northern Trust, Vale Church, Salvation Army.
Others arrange collections on an ad hoc basis and these include:
Education Department, Medical Specialist Group, Queen’s Road Medical Practice, Aon Insurance, Guernsey Financial Services Commission.
If you would like to know more about setting up either a permanent or temporary satellite collection point at your church or place of work then please contact us.
We have collection days at various supermarkets from time to time. Waitrose in the Rohais and at Admiral Park also have permanent collection points at their exit where shoppers can donate any time they are shopping.
What to donate
We are happy to receive any tinned, dried or packaged goods that have a long use by date. Most of our clients are families with young children so mild flavours and child friendly food is appreciated.
The demand on our service is much increased in December when we also like to give out extra treats such as chocolates, selection boxes, mince pies etc. Other churches, businesses and individuals help us greatly at this time with extra gifts and these are most welcome though are needed as early in December as possible. We are also happy to receive Easter Eggs, as long as they are in good time for Easter, bearing in mind that we will be shut on Good Friday.