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Saturday’s Foodbank Collection – All You Need to Know

Supporters

THE COLLECTION point for the Stoke-on-Trent Foodbank at Saturday’s game against Ipswich Town at the bet365 Stadium will be situated outside the Franklyn Stand.

In addition, fans can also make donations on the day at the Bull and Bush in Stoke town centre, the Cheshire Cheese in Nantwich, the Hardman Football Development Centre in Milton and the Market Drayton Supporters Club and they will transferred to the stadium.

Don’t worry if you can’t make it along to the game or the alternative locations as the following will be accepting donations on the Club’s behalf until December 14: FunkyFillerz in Werrington, Tollgate Hotel and Leisure in Blurton and the Knypersley and Biddulph Supporters Club.

The Foodbank will welcome any donation but currently has shortages in:

UHT milk, pasta sauces, tinned tuna, biscuits, mash, tinned tomatoes, fruit juice (fresh and UHT), chocolate, soup, teabags, coffee, cereal, tinned soup, tinned tomatoes, tinned vegetables, tinned meat, tinned fish, rice pudding, tinned fruit, tinned sponge pudding, dried pasta/rice, savoury and sweet Treats.

Stoke-on-Trent Foodbank gave food parcels to 5,683 people between April and September this year, up from 4,144 in the same six-month period in 2017.

To find out more about the Stoke-on-Trent Foodbank click HERE.

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