Rushden Businesses and Community Groups provide free children's meals to struggling families

Rushden Businesses and Community Groups provide free children's meals to struggling families

Once again, Rushden businesses and residents are going above and beyond for their community, this time offering help to struggling families on low incomes with free meals for children throughout the school holidays.

We have started a list below of the businesses and community groups that we are aware of, but if you know of any locally, please tag them in the comments below and we will get them on the list.

Deb's Fish Bar – Wellingborough Road - Free portions of sausage and chips or fish cake and chips to children who would normally receive a free school meals. Open Monday to Thursday 4-6pm for help with the school meals and then Friday 12-2pm.

RUSH 2The DEN - 20 Free children's packed lunches provided by Mrs Bs in conjunction with Wollaston Therapy Centre - for children entitled to free school meals during school holidays.Collection available at 11.30am from RUSH 2The DEN this week – Book in advance link below

FREE cooked dinner available for all children entitled to free school meals. This is a Pre-book entry session. Please book for the number of children and adults attending to comply with Covid regulations.Thank you for the support from our local supermarkets, Morrisons, Waitrose, Asda and Co-op, Rushden for this fantastic opportunity.

Rushden Foodbank - People can come for a "CRISIS FOOD" Intervention interview for food collection on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 10am till 12:30pm at one of our food bank clinics. Come along to our main site here at the Full Gospel Church and Community Centre at 60 High Street South, Rushden, NN10 0QX.

Rushden and higham RUFC - Donations

If you'd like to make a donation, Rushden and Higham Rugby Club are now accepting food bank donations, please checkout their page to see the list of items that you could help with. They will be distributed to the local food banks.

Posted: Mon, 26 Oct 2020 15:09 by Michelle Lewis

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