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Food Bank

Please see the attachment below for the North Guildford Food Bank giving you information on how to obtain food vouchers.

There is a box in school at the bottom of the stairs just inside the double doors of the Mullard Building, for donations to the local Food Bank.

Here are some suggestions of items which can be donated:

BREAKFAST:
Bag of porridge
Corn flakes
Crisped rice
Muesli
Mixed fruit jam
Peanut butter
Lemon curd
Marmalade
Pancakes

CARBOHYDRATES:
Tinned potatoes
Tortilla chips
Snack crackers
Pasta
Spaghetti
Spaghetti in tomato sauce
Lasagne sheets
Rice
Flour
Instant noodles
Rice pudding

DAIRY PRODUCTS:
UHT milk
Unsweetened soya milk
Skimmed milk powder

FRUIT:
Sultanas
Dried mixed fruit
Broken mandarin segments
Canned peaches
Pineapple pieces in juice
Grapefruit segments
Fruit cocktail

PROTEIN:
Kidney beans
Baked beans in tomato sauce
Meatballs in tomato sauce
Irish stew
Red lentils
Chick peas
Corned beef
Tinned ham

FISH:
Tuna
Fish paste
Canned sardines
Herring roes

VEGETABLES:
Chopped tomatoes
Tinned carrots
Tinned mushrooms
Tinned spinach
Mushy peas

SOUPS/SAUCES:
Vegetable soup
Pasta sauce
Creamed tomato soup
Creamed chicken soup

DRINKS:
UHT orange juice
UHT apple juice
Breakfast juice
Tomato juice
Instant coffee
Tea bags

TOILETRIES:
Toothbrushes
Toothpaste
Pantyliners
Shampoo
Nappy bags
Foam bath
Sanitary towels
Shower gel
Soap bars

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