As we face an increasingly challenging winter, with both the cost of living and energy crisis leaving many individuals and families struggling with both food and fuel, the support Dundee Community Food Network projects provide is needed more than ever.
Anything you can do to support them, big or small, will enable them to continue to provide food and respond to wider support needs, and do so in a way that is dignified and gives people a choice.
Donations being sought:
Food: Tinned and store cupboard items such as tinned soups, meats, stews and vegetables; pasta, noodles, rice and sauces; rice pudding, custard and tinned fruit; and cereal and long-life milk.
Cosy comforts: Thick blankets; slippers and socks (including heated socks); gloves/fingerless gloves; woolly hats; thermal vests; flasks and hot water bottles.
A financial contribution is also warmly welcomed, as this allows the projects to provide a tailored response to their customers' needs.
View the appeal poster.
To donate directly, food projects in your local area can be found and contacted via the Dundee Community Food Network website, where there is also further information about the work of the Dundee Community Food Network.