Supermarket collections

Supermarket collections are a great way of collecting food and engaging the whole community in helping local people in crisis.  We rely on the help of people like you to make them work.

Could you volunteer?

What happens at a supermarket collection?

A supermarket gives us permission to stand outside their shop and ask members of the public if they could donate a food item(s) to help people in crisis locally.

We give people shopping lists showing the items we need most and they choose what they’d like to buy.  We then collect this from them at our collection point on the way out.  It’s simple, easy and effective and only takes one or two hours of each volunteer’s time.

See you at our next Supermarket Collection Day

WHENSUPERMARKETTYPE OF COLLECTION
Saturday 21 May 2016
Sunday 22 May 2016
ASDA – Water Gardens, The High, HarlowCustomer CASH Collection – £724.76
Friday 1 July 2016
Saturday 2 July 2016
Tesco Store – Edinburgh Way
Tesco Store – Church Langley
Tesco Metro – Harvey Centre
Edinburgh Way = 1,858.75 Kgs
Church Langley = 1,773.66 Kgs
Bishops Park, Bishop’s Stortford = 786.20 Kgs
Metro Express, Harvey Centre = 340.22 Kgs
Total 4,758.83 Kgs
Friday 2 December 2016
Saturday 3 December 2016
Tesco – Church Langley, Harlow108 boxes = 1,712.37 Kgs
Friday 2 December 2016
Saturday 3 December 2016
Tesco – Edinburgh Way, HarlowBoxes = 1,597.45 Kgs
Friday 2 December 2016
Saturday 3 December 2016
Tesco – Metro Express, Harlow39 Boxes = 632.48 Kgs

Friday 2 December 2016
Saturday 3 December 2016
Tesco – Bishop’s Stortford85 Boxes = 1,378.48 Kgs
Friday 16 December 2016
Saturday 17 December 2016
ASDA – Water Gardens, The High, HarlowCustomer CASH Collection – £2,082.28
Friday 15 December 2017
Saturday 16 December 2017
Sunday 17 December 2017
ASDA – Water Gardens, The High, Harlow