West Dunbartonshire Foodshare

West Dunbartonshire Foodshare request donations of pasta, pasta sauce, tinned meats (all kind), tinned potatoes, tea bags, UHT milk, breakfast cereal.  This is an ongoing venture; these goods may be handed into the church office and will be collected by the volunteers.

https://westdunbartonshirecommunityfoodshare.co.uk/

 

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9 Responses to West Dunbartonshire Foodshare

  1. Anonymous says:

    What are the opening times for the food bank do you need prove off any benefits that you are on the receive food

    • Riverside Update says:

      Thanks for getting in touch – at Dumbarton: Riverside we help collect parcels for the food share scheme distributed by St Augustine’s across the road.
      http://www.staugustinesdumbarton.co.uk/~staugust/2014/05/25/emergency-food-bank/

      If you contact them directly I’m sure they will be more than happy provide all the information you’d need. http://www.staugustinesdumbarton.co.uk/get-in-touch/

      I believe West Dunbartonshire Council is also involved in a foodbank scheme but I can’t find any detail at the moment – our church office has been closed the last couple of days for a holiday (it opens again tomorrow) & if I find out more I will email you the details, but you’ll probably find it quicker & easier to contact St Augustine’s. Hope this helps.

      • Clair Coyle says:

        West Dunbartonshire Community Foodshare is a seperate charity to St Augustines. WDCF is based in Alexandria CE Centre, Thurs 10-11.30am, Concord Centre Dumbarton, Thursday 11-12.30, and Radnor Park Church Fridays 1-2.30pm. Get in touch via our facebook page, email: wdcommunityfoodshare@outlook.com or phone 01389 764135. Our Charity no is SC044248, we are not a council service.Thanks.

  2. Heather H says:

    I am a pathway practitioner with the PSP team in HMP Low MOss. I am trying to locate a list of foodbanks and times of opening in west dunbartonshire area, we work with short term prisoners within the prison and follow through support in the community and often try to source them foodbanks when they are struggling in the community.

  3. G Lewis says:

    I work for a large social housing provider that operates in a number of areas including West Dumbarton. We are increasingly concerned about the rise in food poverty and are looking to work in partnership to try and address some of the issues and to work towards more sustainable solutions. I am looking for a contact in West Dunbartonshire Foodshare.

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