HOW DO I DONATE MONEY?

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The Cathedral Foodbank is supported by the generous donations of individuals, schools, businesses, churches and other charities.

If you would like to give a financial donation, in the current circumstances we are encouraging people to donate via bank transfer rather than cash or cheque:

Name: BDBF - The Cathedral Food Bank
Sort Code: 30 90 43
Account number: 52596668

We are especially grateful for regular donations made by standing order. To download the form please click on the icon to the right:

Foodbank donation standing order form

HOW DO I DONATE FOOD?

The Foodbank is entirely dependent on donations and we are always grateful for everything we receive. Please bring any food donations to Ty Deiniol (the Diocesan Centre) next to the cathedral from 1pm to 3pm on Monday, Wednesday or Friday.

We have plenty of soup, dried pasta and tea at the moment. Below are some of the most useful products to donate:

Tinned meat meals

Tinned fruit (esp. peaches)

Long life milk cartons

Tinned chicken meals

Tinned meat

Orange juice mini-carton triple packs

Tinned potatoes

Shower gel

Instant coffee (not decaf)

We are also grateful for donations of rice, baked beans, tinned pasta, pasta sauce, tinned tomatoes, tinned sweetcorn, tinned peas, tinned carrots, tuna, tinned custard, custard powder, rice pudding, jam, cereal, shampoo, nappies, loo roll and milk powder.

Click here for a downloadable shopping list

PLEASE CHECK THAT ALL DONATIONS ARE UNOPENED AND IN DATE!

DOD O HYD I NI

Gallwch ymweld â Banc Bwyd Y Gadeirlan yn Ty Deiniol  (Canolfan yr Esgobaeth) gerllaw’r Gadeirlan ar ddyddiau Llun, Mercher a Gwener rhwng 2 a 3 yp.

FIND US

The Cathedral Foodbank is running from Ty Deiniol (the Diocesan Centre) next to Bangor Cathedral, open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 2-3pm.

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© Bangor Cathedral Foodbank 2020