How can I help?
By donating food:
Buy some items from our shopping list when you do your next food shop and leave them in any one of the following places:
the bins at the back of St Matthew’s Church, Station Road, between midday and 2.00pm on Monday, Wednesday and Friday - currently replaced by donation drop-off point at the Church Hall behind the Church due to the COVID-19 outbreak*
the Citizens’ Advice Bureau in Cromwell Road, Redhill - suspended at the moment due to the COVID-19 outbreak
the bins in the Co-op shops in Redhill and Woodhatch
the MediWISE Pharmacy in Brighton Road, Salfords
* If you have a large donation of food to drop off, please email our Stock Co-ordinator to arrange a time so we can do it in a COVID-safe way.
By giving money:
There are donation boxes at the following places:
St Matthew’s Church in Station Road
Co-op shop in Redhill
You can also send money (not cash, please) to:
Foodbank at St Matthew’s
c/o The Parish Office
71 Station Road
Redhill RH1 1DL
Cheques should be made payable to St Matthew’s PCC, marked ‘Foodbank’ on the back. If you wish to Gift Aid your donation, please also indicate on the back of the cheque your name and address.
If you would like to set up a regular standing order or bank transfer, please use the following bank details:
Account name: St Matthews Parochial Church Council
Account number: 02331470
Sort code: 54 30 36
Reference: either FB or Foodbank and add your surname if you want us to be able to identify it as coming from you
If you are a UK tax payer, please consider allowing us to claim Gift Aid on your donation which allows us to claim an additional 25p per £1 at no extra cost to you. Please download and complete this form and return to the Parish Office.
Businesses and community groups
There are different ways you can help:
have a food bin for contributions from staff and/or customers
fundraise by holding a special event.
Please contact us to discuss these possibilities.