26 Nov 19
We would like to encourage you to join the Reverse Advent Calendar challenge. Instead of receiving a chocolate (or toy or beauty product or … )the idea is to donate the item in the date box each day through Advent or you can start earlier if you wish. Christmas can be a difficult time for many, especially for […]
26 Nov 19
Truro shoppers donated a generous 2.52 tons of food to Truro Foodbank to help feed local people in crisis and a small army of volunteers gave their time to make the supermarket collection at Tesco such a success. Last Thursday, Friday and Saturday volunteers asked shoppers to donate an item or two to help feed […]
1 Nov 19
… at Truro Methodist Church last Thursday night watching “Fisherman’s Friends” – a real feel good film. Beautiful scenery. Toe tapping shanties. A bit of romance. Lots of laughs. Scrummy cakes. We’re still singing the songs and we have something to sing about. £720 raised to help towards funding the underlying costs of running Truro Foodbank. Thanks […]
22 Oct 19
Here is the link: Autumn Newsletter PDF final 2 2019_compressed
21 Oct 19
… when we’re showing the film “Fisherman’s Friends” at 7.30 pm. Unfortunately the heating in the Methodist Church is broken at the moment so although the film is heart-warming you might like to wear extra jumpers and coats or even consider bringing blankets.
18 Oct 19
… at Truro Methodist Church on Thursday 24th October at 7.30 pm when we’ll be showing “Fisherman’s Friends”. There will be a retiring collection and proceeds will go towards funding the underlying costs of running Truro Foodbank. Coffee/tea/cakes will be served at the end when there will be a demonstration of Foodbank boxes and a […]
14 Oct 19
It was so kind of you to organise a delivery from Tesco to All Saints Church when we were open last Tuesday. We really do appreciate your generosity – especially as the delivery included the items we are so short of. This will make a huge difference to so many people.
14 Oct 19
for their generous gifts of packet and tinned food to help the rising number of struggling families in the Truro area. Their donations were presented to Truro Foodbank following the school’s Harvest Service in St Johns Church on Friday.
1 Oct 19
at Truro Methodist Church on Thursday 24th October at 7:30 pm There will be a retiring collection and proceeds will go towards funding the underlying costs of running Truro Foodbank Coffee/tea/cakes will be served at the end when there will be a demonstration of Foodbank boxes and a display of local facts and figures
1 Oct 19
Please join us on Sunday 13th October at Truro Methodist Church at 6:15 pm to give thanks for being able to help relieve hunger in the Truro area for the past 10 years. Any gifts of non-perishable foodstuff to help local people in crisis would be most welcome.