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Manna Food Boxes Gives Back

Improving the Lives of Many

 

Who We Are and What We Do

Manna Food Boxes, located in Long Eaton and Sawley and serves people within these and the surrounding areas.  It dedicated to helping people manage the weekly shopping bills and ensure that families can eat well. With the dedication of our volunteers, staff members, and partners, we strive to improve the lives of everyone who needs help within the community.   We aim to provide affordable, quality weekly food boxes at a significantly reduced cost and advice and guidance on budgeting and debt management support.    Contact us to see how we can support you and your family.  Manna Food Boxes is a joint project between Hope Long Eaton, St John's Church and The Parish of Sawley and is supported by local church and volunteer partnerships across Long Eaton and Sawley.

Our Food

Our food is sourced through a variety of different sources, including FareShare, local wholesale suppliers and local shops and supermarkets. 

Our staff are all trained in Food Hygiene and we ensure that all our suppliers operate within current health and safety guidelines.

Feeding Children

Treat Others as You’d Like to Be Treated

One of our main causes here at Manna Food Boxes is Feeding people, an issue that touches many lives. Many people have found that money doesn't always stretch far enough and quality food can be out of many people's budgets.  We spend a significant portion of our resources on tackling this problem. See how you can help by reading more or contacting one of our representatives.

Volunteers Serving Food
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Tackling Debt

Managing budgets

One of the main reasons Manna Food Boxes was founded was so that families can ensure that by 'paying forward' they can know that they will receive a food box of essential items will be available regularly.  This helps those who are struggling to budget to plan ahead and start to take back control of their finances.

“Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see”

Mark Twain

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