Stoneleigh Baptist
Stoneleigh Baptist Church

sowing seeds of hope in the community

Food Bank

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With the increasing number of people who find themselves needing basic grocery supplies the foodbank initiative is an exciting opportunity to serve people.

Epsom and Ewell Churches opened a food bank towards the end of 2012 and in the ensuing 12 months they have fed 1679 people, 948 adults and 731 children, prayed for 90% of them, issued 662 vouchers (401 via Epsom CAB, their biggest distributor), opened three distribution centres, trained over 135 volunteers, collected over 26 tonnes of food, worked with over 65 local agencies, talked with 1,000's of people about the work and raised enough money to survive!

foodbank logoThey are always looking for volunteers and food donations. Please look at the information available in the atrium and on the websites or if you would like to know more.

Their latest newsletter is available here to download.

You can also watch a video about the work of the food bank on YouTube.

What to bring - generally we need:

  • Milk (UHT or Powdered)
  • Sugar (500g)
  • Fruit Juice (Long Life Carton)
  • Soup, Pasta Sauces
  • Sponge Pudding (Tinned)
  • Tomatoes (Tinned)
  • Cereals
  • Rice Pudding (Tinned)
  • Custard (not powder)
  • Tea Bags/Instant Coffee
  • Instant Mash Potato
  • Rice/Pasta
  • Tinned Meat
  • Tinned Fruit
  • Toiletries
  • Nappies

For the month of August, Waitrose Epsom is supporting the Foodbank through their token scheme. Pleas put your green tokens into the Foodbank box once you have done your shopping. Thank You.


Thank You for all your support

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