Having plenty of food in the cupboards is something we can easily take for granted. But what would happen if your salary stopped? You might last a few weeks, maybe even a few months – but then where would you turn?
For many people in our communities there is no answer. Thousands live close to or at the edge of their finances. For many simply getting by is a struggle. So when personal crisis hits – like redundancy, illness, homelessness, separation and especially the current Covid 19 pandemic – finding the next meal can be virtually impossible. Storehouse North Down exists, as a charity, to be a real answer for those families and individuals who have no safety net
Storehouse North Down is supported by local churches, statutory and voluntary agencies, community groups, businesses and individuals to fight food poverty across Bangor, North Down, Ards and beyond.
We aim to help by providing emergency food hampers by referral from our partners.
Currently Store House urgently require:
Tinned corned beef
Long grain rice
Sauces for rice
If you can help with any of these items then please leave them in the plastic box placed outside the Church Hall doors between 10.30am until 12.30pm each Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday.
Donaghadee Parish Church supports Storehouse North Down; should a family or individual require help from Storehouse, then please leave contact details on our church web contact form and we can refer you on to the Store House.