Bo’ness Storehouse Foodbank
Enriching lives with acts of kindness
The Bo’ness Storehouse Foodbank SCIO, provides food assistance to residents in the Bo’ness area.
First established in September 2012 (achieving registered charity status in July 2015) the Storehouse is run entirely by volunteers. Annually, we provide support to 150 households, delivering about 1,267 food parcels and 150 toiletry packs, as well as 54 Christmas hampers.*
Those in need of food aid are referred to the us by various social care organisations in Bo’ness and Falkirk District. On receipt of a referral, for a defined period of time, food packs are delivered weekly to the referred household.
If you would like to get in touch, please contact us via email at email@example.com.
*Figures quoted are those from 2023.
Storehouse News Highlights
The Storehouse is in
Celebration with the Bo’ness Belles
It was a night to remember at the Bo’ness Old Kirk on Thursday, 15 February. The fundraising efforts of the Bo’ness Belles were presented to various lucky charities, one of which was the Storehouse. You can read more on the Bo’ness Storehouse Foodbank News page.
Funding from Reo Stakis Charitable Foundation
The Storehouse has been fortunate to receive a sizeable fund from Reo Stakis Charitable Foundation. The funding will help us immensely in our efforts to provide food and toiletries to those in need. Thank you very much!
Thank you to our generous donors!
The food bank would like to shout out a big thank you to all of our generous donors. Without your support, we would not be able to provide food to those in need in the community. We would particularly like to mention Grant Chiropody and Podiatry, Bo’ness United F.C. and Branches for their support, but there have been a number of kind-hearted individuals who have donated to help us continue to do the work we do. Thank you everyone for your generosity. Your support makes a huge difference.
Christmas hampers 2023
Our annual delivery of Christmas hampers was a huge success this year. A total of 54 hampers went to those in need. Thank you to everyone who contributed, particularly Bo’ness schools and churches, and Kidz Stop for their continued support. Also, a huge thank you to Bellsburn for the use of their vans for the hamper deliveries. You can read all about it on the Bo’ness Storehouse Foodbank News page.
Bo’ness Belle at the Storehouse
Hopefully, you were out enjoying Belles in the Park at Glebe Park last week. Go to the Bo’ness Storehouse Foodbank’s News page to read about our resident Belle, Christine.