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Young volunteers offer extra help to those most at need

Last week we were visited by the Mango Number Nine team – a group of young volunteers from North Tyneside who formed together as part of the National Citizen Service. They have come up with a campaign called ‘Life’s Necessities’ in which they have worked together to raise money...

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Local Minister reaches the peak of fundraising success for The BAY Foodbank

The BAY Foodbank has received donations totaling over £1800 after Jona Sewell, a local Minister from North Shields Methodist Church, started a fundraising campaign by completing the National 3 Peaks challenge. Jona tackled Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon, totalling almost 3500m, in just over 24 hours in order...

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Sainsbury’s Local Charity of the Year 2015!

We are delighted to announce that, due to your support in the voting stages, The BAY Foodbank has been chosen as Sainsbury’s Whitley Bay Store ‘Local Charity of the Year’ for 2015! We’ll be working closely with them over the next 12 months in a variety of fundraising and...

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The BAY Foodbank boosted by donation from Santander Foundation

The BAY Foodbank has received £5000 to fund ever increasing running costs at their charity which provides emergency food parcels for vulnerable individuals and families in North Tyneside. The donation was provided by the Santander Foundation which offers grants to UK registered charities for projects that help disadvantaged people...

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Social Event and Buffet (7/3/15)

Social Event (with buffet)! The Bay Foodbank would like to invite you to our social event to mark the 3rd anniversary of the foodbank and to publicly thank all those who have supported us since 2012! Come along, say hello and have a bite to eat! If you are planning...

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Whitley Bay Town Cup awarded to The Bay Foodbank

The Bay Foodbank is pleased to announce that we have been awarded the Whitley Bay Town Cup for our work with the needy and vulnerable in the local community. Rev. Alan Dickinson, the Chairman, was accompanied by the rest of the charity trustees, employees and a handful of volunteers...

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