The Salvation Army works with some of the most vulnerable people in society. As we face the worst public health crisis in our lifetime, people on the margins need us now more than ever.
From running food banks and checking up on people who live alone, to offering counselling and supporting NHS isolation units, Salvation Army churches all over the country are responding to the crisis in dozens of different ways.
Christian faith during the week for the whole community.
Open Monday to Friday, 9.30am - 3.30pm
Donations at any time during opening hours
Baby Basics provides essential equipment, clothing and toiletries to women and families in extreme need via midwives, health visitors and other professional groups.
How we can help you:
If you are in real crisis and in need of food, then one of the local agencies can refer you to Newtown Food Bank who will make you an appointment
Once this is done, the Food Bank will provide you and your dependents with an emergency supply of up to 3 days of basic foodstuffs
How you can help us
Newtown Food Bank relies solely on your goodwill and donations are always welcome of any of the following:
Food – We welcome any donations of non-perishable food such as tinned fruit, vegetables or meat/fish, pasta and rice, jars or packets of cooking sauces, long-life UHT milk, cereals, tea, coffee and sugar
Money – This can help provide for purchases of the above, and of fresh foods such as bread.