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Food has always been an important part of what QCCA does.
It started its first food-bank on March 23 2020 when lockdown began. It came in response to members who were worried about shopping.
Lockdowns have finished but with the rising cost of living, the need is greater than ever. Currently run with the help of volunteers, the food-bank is able to support 100 households. Food is donated by the Felix Project and City Harvest, supplemented by grant funding individual donations.
The food-bank is not the only way QCCA fights food poverty. Our youth service fundraises for food whenever it can, especially during school holidays when children on free school meals don't get a hot lunch. Our older people's service also provides a lunch at least once a week and a social lunch with entertainment once a month. As well as ensuring that members don't go hungry, they are a good way of beating isolation and loneliness.
2024: Foodbank Days
Please tell us if you need to use our foodbank by calling 0207 267 6635 or popping into the centre and speaking to someone on reception.
Come to collect tickets at Thursday 10am, you will be asked to come back to the centre from 1pm to 4pm to claim your food.
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