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We feed an average of 300 families a week, translating into thousands of people each year and the numbers keep growing.
Are you in need of help? Your first step is to make sure that you have the right referral.
From money or food donations to organising collections at your school or office, there are loads of ways you can help make a difference.
Why we exist
Sometimes it can take a while before long-term support kicks in for those in need. Whether it’s a result of a benefit delay, low income, ill health, homelessness, sickness or housing issues – we are here to help in the short-term.
When a Care Professional identifies a person or family who are experiencing a crisis, they are referred to us and we help by providing them with a non-perishable food-pack that can sustain them for one week.
by donating food
We welcome all food donations so long as they are non-perishable items (no fresh food) and not past their expiry date. We have a helpful shopping list which you can download here which is based on the core items that make up our food pack.
Help us by raising funds
We’ve worked with various companies, schools and initiatives across Malta and Gozo since opening our doors in the Summer of 2015. Aside from our Reverse Advent Calendar campaign which we run during Christmas, it is only through the ongoing support of these people that we can operate.
We depend on the help of people who understand the important work that we do. If you would like to get involved and find fun initiatives that can help keep our shelves stocked, please do let us know. We accept all forms of help and donations we receive.
These are just a few of the NGOs and government organisations we work closely with. We are always happy to work alongside any institution, organisation or charity that works to help those facing financial crisis situations.
We also receive referrals from:
Malta Catholic Action, Mater Dei Hospital, St Anthony Mamo Oncology, Mt Carmel Hospital, Community Mental Health Team, Catholic Parishes, Schools and Colleges.
If you are an NGO and would like to get in touch with us, contact us here.
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