Foodbanks – Making It Easy For People To Give

People are definitely generous and we all love helping others.

But requests for help or opportunities to give are usually way too complex and distracting for busy people.

So it’s great news that CEO Sleepout’s brilliant not for profit restaurant The Fork In The Road is making it incredibly easy for people to support others.

The restaurant has become a collection point for Middlesbrough Foodbank Network and anyone who visits their premises as a diner or is just passing can leave donations of food and other items there.

Donations left with The Fork In The Road are being collected free of charge by local business Country Valley Foods.

It’s really great to be involved in this project. I’m pictured here with Soroush Sadeghzadeh of Middlesbrough Foodbank and a manager from Country Valley Foods.

Donations and support for this project is expected to be high – because giving will be easy for passers by and regular diners at the highly rated restaurant.

Thanks for reading.


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