Wollen Michelmore’s Coffee & Mince Pie Morning for Exeter FoodBank 

Wollen Michelmore’s Coffee & Mince Pie Morning for Exeter FoodBank 

Wollen Michelmore Solicitors are hosting a coffee and mince pie morning in their Exeter office on the 5th December to help raise food donations for Exeter Foodbank.

The office located on Cathedral Yard, opposite the Exeter Cathedral, will be giving away tea/ coffee and mince pies to the public on the 5th December from 10:00AM – 12:30PM in exchange for money or food donations. All donations will be given to the Exeter Foodbank Charity to help support all of those who are without food this Christmas.

Exeter Foodbank was started in 2008 to help local people, many of whom had been affected by the financial crisis and subsequent downturn in the economy. It is a project founded by local churches and community groups, working together towards stopping hunger in our local area.

Charlotte McGregor, Partner at Wollen Michelmore’s Exeter office says:

“In order to honour the true meaning of this festive time, we wish to recognise the plight of those who might be struggling for a variety of reasons to provide even the basics for themselves and their family/loved ones. As such we are opening up the Exeter branch of Wollen Michelmore to anyone who would like to offer a donation whether that be cash or a consumable items in aid of the Charitable organisation, Exeter Foodbank.

Exeter Foodbank is a charity which offers support to the most vulnerable in our local area. In exchange for your offering, we will provide a warm place to enjoy a coffee and a mince pie! We look forward to seeing you.”

 

Visit Wollen Michelmore’s website for more information https://wollenmichelmore.co.uk/


 

Event Details

5th December – 10:00AM – 12:30PM 

Venue:  
Wollen Michelmore
22 Cathedral Yard
Exeter
Devon
EX1 1HB

Donations: 
For a delicious mince pie and cup of tea or coffee please bring either cash or a food donation. Please see the list of
The Exeter office will be serving coffees Check out the Exeter Foodbank website to see the type of food to bring with you:

TOP PRIORITY: 

  • Meat Tins
  • Pasta Sauce
  • Vegetables – Tins
  • Squash & Cordial
  • Fruits – Tins
  • Jams – Spreads
  • Toiletries – Toothpaste, Shower gel, Deodorant, Shampoo
  • Potatoes – Tins/ Packets
  • Noodle and Pasta Snacks
  • Sugar – Granulated
  • Custard – Cartons / Tins
  • Sponge Puddings

MEDIUM PRIORITY:

  • Rice – 550 or 1KG
  • Fish (Tuna) Tins
  • Rice Pudding – Tins / Cartons
  • Milk – IL UHT Semi-Skimmed
  • Teabags – Small Packs
  • Fruit Juice – IL Long Life
  • Biscuits
  • Coffee – Instant

For more information on what goes in a food parcel follow this link https://exeter.foodbank.org.uk/get-help/whats-in-a-food-parcel/ 

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