Supermarket hands treats over to Foodbank - The Solihull Observer

Supermarket hands treats over to Foodbank

Solihull Editorial 7th Sep, 2021   0

A SELECTION of treats were handed to Kingfisher Foodbank thanks to Jack’s supermarket in Castle Bromwich.

The Timberley Lane store donated a selection of flavoured water, orange juice, biscuits, cookies and other treats for families in need to enjoy.

Laura Cerrone, store manager at Jack’s Castle Bromwich said: “Here at Jack’s we really care about our local community, which is why it is so important for us to show our appreciation in any way we can.

“It was a pleasure to be able to provide a selection of treats to one of our local foodbanks, we feel now more than ever it’s important to support those local to us.”

Kingfisher foodbank opened its doors in 2013 and has a dedicated team of over 30 volunteers.

Throughout the year they provide food for the local community and work together to help stop hunger in their local area.


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