This list shows how the some organisations and businesses support the work of Luton Foodbank. Perhaps it will give you some ideas of how your organisations might like to be involved.
Active Luton helps by providing a free venue for events.
ASDA allows us to hold supermarket collections.
The Co-Op helps by letting us hold food drives, and in April 2017 announced that nine of their local food stores would operate as drop-off points for food donations.
Crescent Hall has given us a coffee morning venue.
Definitive Invest helps us by contributing for food parcels.
Being a Luton based business, we feel it is important to give back to the community we are part of. Day by day more and more families are struggling to make ends meet and feed themselves. We decided to partner with the Luton Foodbank in a humble effort to contribute to the need facing those families going to bed hungry; it would be socially irresponsible for a cooperation such as ours to go to bed on a full stomach whilst sections of our community go to bed hungry. We encourage local companies and individuals to share with us in this collective responsibility and support the invaluable work that the Luton Foodbank is doing for our community.
Andrew Westcott - Definitive Invest
Interserve has kindly donated £2,500 for warehouse improvements.
Liberty Law Solicitors
Mashwi Restaurant donates regularly to help us buy items for food parcels. They also host our annual Fast-a-thon event.
Ocado online supermarket has helped by donating surplus/damaged stock, and by sending volunteers to our warehouse.
Sainsbury’s helps by letting us hold food drives.
Tesco allows us to hold food drives.
Comprehensive I.T. support.
Many schools in Luton can refer families to Luton Foodbank, and are very generous in the support they give too. They hold food drives, non-uniform days, and coffee mornings to support our work. We would like to thank these schools for giving regularly to us: