Generous Nesbit Residents Collect For Local Foodbank
Food poverty and the impact of the cost-of-living crisis on local people has spurred residents at Nesbit House into action.
The big-hearted residents, their families and staff at Nesbit House are pulling together to help people struggling to pay for their weekly food shop.
They are collecting food for the Sevenoaks Larder which helps residents in Sevenoaks, Chevening, Chipstead, Dunton Green, Kemsing, Otford, Riverhead, Seal and Weald.
Wellbeing and Lifestyle Coach Brooklyn Golding said: “Our local community is very important to us, and we know that many people are struggling to put food on their tables.
“We have created a poster to display around our home and to send to residents’ families. We have placed a chest in our foyer to take donations, and we will be making our own donation through our food delivery company.
“The foodbank is an incredible resource at a time of such need.”
The foodbank operates out of Hope Church, Mill Lane Centre, Mill Lane and residents and staff will hand deliver the parcels there.