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Rothwell United Church
World Food Sunday - Oct 15th. Here is a list from the Gloucester Emergency Food Cupboard of items they need the most:
Canned fruit (preferably no sugar added)
Cereal (boxes of cold cereal and bags of oatmeal)
Healthy school snacks (small containers of fruit, applesauce, crackers, nut free granola bars) and real fruit juice boxes
Canned meats (tuna, chicken, ham)
Canned and dried beans, Pasta, PASTA SAUCE
Flour, Sugar, Rice
Large format laundry detergent (powder or liquid)
Personal hygiene products (toothpaste, soap, shampoo, toilet paper, tampons, pads)
Baby food and diapers (especially size 5 and 6)
Bags of potatoes, onions, carrots, apples and oranges
We also have an ongoing use for:
round, empty margarine and yogurt containers with matching lids
2 litre ice cream and margarine containers with matching lids
smaller glass jars up to 750 ml size·empty egg cartons (1 dozen and 1/2 dozen sizes)
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Rothwell is Wheelchair accessible and has resources for people with hearing difficulties.
EVERYONE IS WELCOME for the Sunday service, Church School and lots of other activities.