Supporting the Community

07947802245 support@melaniebumble.co.uk
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About Us

Who are we?

We are a Community support group that was initially setup to help those in need during the Bridgnorth Winter floods in January 2021.

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Supporting Charities

We are now supporting important charities by having fundraising evens and completing challenges.

How we can help

Food

We can provide free fresh fruit and veg or processed food to those who are unemployed and are struggling financially, we also provide other essentials such as toiletries.

Household goods

If you are short of Household appliances such as a cooker, fridge or furniture we may be able to help you, these goods may have to be collected from the person donating them.

Shopping

We can help with shopping for those who may have a medical condition that prevents them from doing it themselves, we can also collect prescriptions for you.

Signposting service

We can help you get the right support by forwarding you on to the relevant organisations or Support groups. This could be for financial support, a medical issue etc.

We need Volunteers

Help us support people in need in the local area

We need volunteers who are locally based to the area and can give up a bit of their time.
This may involve – sorting of donations,food,clothing ect.
Possible pick up and delivering of goods to peoples homes or drop off and pick up points.
This may involve taking any goods that are not passed on to the clothes banks/food banks.

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Supporting Charities

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