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.
Michael Roberts Charitable Trust
Tel 01279 724 515
Registered Charity No. 1065006
Registered Company No. 3439299
The Michael Roberts Charitable Trust (MRCT) is a Christian charity that does not affiliate itself with any political party and receives no government funding. We are non-judgemental and inclusive, providing assistance to people of all backgrounds and all faiths or none who are found to be in genuine need. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
“For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in, I needed clothes and you clothed me…” Matthew 25:35-36