Breadline project is a project by community volunteers. Our mission is to serve the vulnerable and those struggling with poverty in Banbury
As part of our project we work to provide vital food to the vulnerable where it is needed.
Helping Reduce Food Wastage
Our supply partners has been supporting Breadline project for the past year by donating surplus food to avoid food wastage. This is part of the scheme which is linked to many different stores around Banbury. .
Over Christmas Aldi supported the breadline project by donating loads of surplus food such as sprouts, carrots, potatoes and broccoli. Food packages were made which were then distributed around Banbury to our community in need. In a similar way we also receive regular food donations from Tesco Greggs M&S and Waitrose .
Breadline project relies on fundraising and donations to enable us to provide the extra facilities and services that our service users deserve.
Monetary donations are greatly welcome. They can be made directly to our following links:
Donating Food Items
Requirements for donations of food and material items vary from time to time but the following items are normally welcome -:
Tea and coffee
Sugar, Baked Beans, UHT milk
Tins of fruit
Cereals and biscuits
Household cleaning products
Toiletries including soap, shampoo, shower gel and deodorant etc.
We are always grateful to our volunteers who can support our service users. We are usually in need of people to assist at our weekly feeds, in addition, from time to time we require services such as:
Fund Raising Activities
Publicity / PR
Photography / Video Production
Admin / Clerical
Finance / Accounts
If you are interested, please contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org