Thank you to all the organisations and school which took part in helping us raise awareness of the St Ann’s & Sneinton Food Store. We loved receiving all your pictures of your funky coloured socks. Have a look at some of our favourites 🙂 #pullyoursocksup
Starting Monday 11th June 2018.
Come Along and bring your little ones to our brand new Little Chase’s Playgroup.
With support from Nottingham Trent University and the service learning students we are raising awareness of the St Ann’s and Sneinton Foodstore, why it’s here, why it’s needed and why it is going to be around for some time to come.
Every week, people in need have to make that uncomfortable walk to a food bank. Thinking people are watching, feel embarrassed and stigmatised.
We want you to start the conversation and what better prompt than putting on your weirdest, craziest, oddest or loudest socks you can.
Wear them over the trousers, pulled up to your knees, if it’s chilly outside wear them as gloves. We don’t care how you wear them as long as you do!
Our Challenge, who is going be the most daring? Wear them In the office? The school run? A wonder round Tesco? Anyone got an appointment with the bank manager?
Send your pics from the most daring or uncomfortable situation using #pullyoursocksup
Congrats to us 🙂
Our volunteers are a main part of the St Anns Advice Centre & Chase NC. We want to thank you all for the help & continuous hard work you do.
In January 2018 alone our volunteers gave us 202 hours of their time to help us with events, food bank duties and everyday tasks. You all are a part of the St Anns Advice Centre & Chase NC family and we are forever grateful for your support.
We are delighted to announce a huge £30,000 grant from Garfield Western Foundation. This grant will support the organisations running cost which means we can continue to deliver the same high standard service.
The Garfield Weston Foundation is a family-founded charitable grant-making trust which supports a wide range of charitable activities across the UK. Established in 1958 by Willard Garfield Weston, the Foundation has donated over £960million, becoming one of the largest and most respected charitable institutions in the UK. In the last financial year the Foundation has donated over £62million. The Trustees are descendants of the founder and the Weston Family takes a highly active and hands-on approach. Over 1900 charities across the UK benefit each year from the Foundation’s grants.