'GIFT A NEIGHBOUR' & SUPPORT A LOCAL BUSINESS
The following local businesses have kindly agreed that they will make food donations worth 10% or more in return for every order using the Code "NeighbourGift".
So you are supporting the local trader to support a local vulnerable person and getting great food yourself!
A win, win, win!
Make your donation worth 25% more, at no extra cost to you?
Or, if you prefer, you can support us by sponsoring a food parcel by donating here, via Salusbury World: www.justgiving.com/campaign/GiftYourNeighbour. If you are a UK tax payer your donation will increase by 25% if you tick the Gift Aid box
PARTICIPATING LOCAL BUSINESSES
Max Luca Fruit & Veg
Max has been buying the most incredible range of fruit and veg every morning at 2am and selling it at Taste of Chamberlayne.
You can go to the shop or call him and his team will deliver to you at home. 07843 442 395
He is promising boxes for our Gift Bags - please mention "NeighbourGift".
The Kensal Store
College Rd's The Kensal Store generously offered to donate 20% takings on certain days from parts of their store raising £370.
They have also donated fruit for our gift parcels.
Rosie of A Little Lusciousness is going to donate a fourth meal for every three ordered through her using the code " "NeighbourGift".
Elisa and Davide from Willesden run Man inPasta.
They will donate a free 500g of fresh pasta to our parcels if anyone spends £25 or more on their website, using NeighbourGift at checkout.
Tasty & nutritious soups
Lucy Brose of Juicy Lucy's Kitchen is also kindly donating home-made delicious soups to the parcels.
Please also quote NeighbourGift if ordering from her or if you'd like to buy a soup or something else to go into one of the parcels.
Maxine of Den Bake Shop makes wonderful cakes and brownies and is donating produce as a treat for neighbours that would like the gifts. Mention NeighbourGift when ordering from her.
Thank you to Laura for donating delicious soup and brownies for "Gift Your Neighbour". These will have been a lovely surprise.
You can follow Heirlooms & Wooden Spoons, Laura's great recipies and/or do an online masterclass in return for a suggested donation to two wonderful food charities.
Thank you Raheem and Salina of Livejoli.com (aka the marvellous gyoza stall at Queens Park Farmers' Market) for donating to packages.
They are currently serving from Kilburn Lane 3-9pm.
Read lots more offers from local businesses on our #loveLocal page......