Foodbanks suffering?

Bannox

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With all the coverage in the media about children going hungry, it got me thinking that without the regular collections going on at home games, the local foodbanks must be really struggling.
I know all cash is a bit tight at the minute but for those that can afford a few shillings could we set up a way to donate?
possibly ask Daz to do a rerun of the Cup final mugs (mine are getting a bit tatty),
Or just a straight cash donation by contacting the foodbanks organisers
Thoughts?
 

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With all the coverage in the media about children going hungry, it got me thinking that without the regular collections going on at home games, the local foodbanks must be really struggling.
I know all cash is a bit tight at the minute but for those that can afford a few shillings could we set up a way to donate?
possibly ask Daz to do a rerun of the Cup final mugs (mine are getting a bit tatty),
Or just a straight cash donation by contacting the foodbanks organisers
Thoughts?

Good idea.
 

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Empty kitchens in Leith or Trussell Trust probably best places to donate too. I’d buy more mugs.

Street Soccer and YMCA Leith deliver hundreds of meals and food parcels every week if anyone hears of folk struggling contact me
 

Bannox

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Empty kitchens in Leith or Trussell Trust probably best places to donate too. I’d buy more mugs.

Street Soccer and YMCA Leith deliver hundreds of meals and food parcels every week if anyone hears of folk struggling contact me
Going to wait a wee bit to see if there’s any interest but not looking promising
 

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