Happy New Year from everyone at BCFB!
Thank you for all the donations of food, time and money over Christmas. We were overwhelmed by the generosity of all our donors. We still have stock to sort through, our volunteers are already working hard
As we enter 2016 we are aware that the need for BCFB is still there as we are still providing food parcels for many across the Black Country Foodbank.
We hope you, the supporter, will continue to leave us humbled by the love and generosity you show BCFB and in turn show your local community.
Thank you for all you’ve done and all you continue to do in 2016.
With love from everyone at BCFB x
Post from November 4th 2015
Our visit from the Duke of Kent
On Thursday 22nd October BCFB were honoured to meet the Duke of Kent who came to the Storehouse in Albion Street, Brierley Hill to officially present the volunteers with the ‘Queens Award for Voluntary Services’. It was a very exciting day and we eagerly awaited his arrival as we ate homemade cakes and drank tea. It was a real honour to show him around and talk about the BCFB story. He was very interested and asked lots of great questions.
All our volunteers did an amazing job chatting to everyone and it was lovely to watch Kelvin Bates and Sue Richens accepting the awards.
Well done everyone!!!