- 111, Pickhurst Lane
- BR2 7HU
Church Secretary 020 8462 1168
The following items are always needed.
Chocolate spread Peanut butter Jam
Squash Cartons of Juice Coffee
Pasta Sauces Curry Sauces Chinese Sauces
Tuna Sweet Corn Tinned Veg
Tinned tomatoes Tinned Custard Jelly
Packets of biscuits Rice Pudding Long life milk especially 'full fat'
Large bags of multi flavour crisps
Cleaning and Toiletry Items
Tubs of washing capsules Washing up liquid Shower gel
Shampoo and Conditioner
We try our best to get everything you may need.
To donate goods the church is open every Friday
(including school holidays) between 10.30 -11.30am
In association with Churches Together in Hayes
proudly sponsored and supported by Hayes Kent Trust, Hayes School, Hayes Primary School, TBB Food Partnership, FareShare
Hayes Community Foodbank – almost 1 year on
When the first families
were supported back in March 2020 as the first lockdown began,few imagined that a year on the Foodbank would still be operational, let alone have grown in such a way as to now be supporting anything up to 35 families.
The structure of a CIO seems the most appropriate way forward. Registration with the Commission is a quicker process, it allows the charity to appoint its own Trustees responsible for running the charity and gives the charity the legal capacity to do things in its own name. However, perhaps one of the biggest advantages is that it gives small charities the chance to gain Charitable Status regardless of their income – usually the Charity Commission will only register conventional charities if they have an income of more than £5,000.
It is an exciting step – a Registered Charity Number will bring security to the future of the Foodbank and ensure the community of Hayes is supported through the months ahead.
Teresa and the team.