Football Players From Beverley Get Behind Local Foodbank Appeal

Football Players From Beverley Get Behind Local Foodbank Appeal
Players From Beverley Get Behind Local Foodbank Appeal

players in Beverley have got behind a campaign being run by the charity East Yorkshire Foodbank.

put an appeal out to players at the club to bring a tin of food to their match on Saturday.

The kind-hearted players brought in plenty of tins which will now all be donated to Foodbank on Mill Lane.

Club’s first team manager said the club was pleased to do their bit. He said players who from all three teams were asked to bring a tin adding the response was very good.

He said;

Club is part of the local community. We put an appeal out to players to bring canned food when we became aware of the campaign.”

“While it is not ideal to think that families in the town need to access a food bank to eat, we are pleased to be able to our little bit.”

“During the season of goodwill it is important the community pulls together and helps one another. We hope that the food we have collected will help families have a brighter Chrismas.”

’s Football Players Pleased To Give Back To The Community

Many of the players brought in more than the one tin requested. Items brought included tinned tomatoes, fruit and also plenty of soup.

is appealing to the community for donations to ensure they have enough stock. They say that over the period more food is needed to cope with the demand.

As a charity, they help feed a number of families due to a range of circumstances in the town and the wider region. While they are keen for food donations they are also appealing for cash donations to help fund their work.

issue food to people who are referred to them by various other groups. They not only help people to put a meal on the table they also help them during times of crisis.

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