Dundonald foodbank is part of The Trussell Trust’s network of 428 foodbanks across the UK which provide emergency food to people in crisis and which work to tackle food poverty and hunger in local communities.
Along with other churches in the area, St Molua’s acts as a collection point for parishioners and friends to donate non-perishable foodstuff and basic household necessities which are then taken to the foodbank in nearby Dundonald village.
At this time of the Coronavirus pandemic, the Foodbank urgently needs:
Tinned Potatoes / Dried Potatoes
Cup a Soup
Tinned Fruit (400gms)
Small Boxes of Washing Powder
The foodbank currently has plenty of Tinned Beans, Tinned Soup and Bags of Pasta
As St Molua’s church is currently closed due to the lockdown, items can be left directly at the foodbank in Dundonald village on Monday or Friday mornings 9.00am to 12.00 noon. Items can also be left at the foodbank trolley in Asda Dundonald village or at the foodbank collection point in Tesco’s Knocknagoney.
Important: St Molua’s does not distribute donated food etc from the church buildings. It is only available from the foodbank in Dundonald village on production of a foodbank voucher issued by a referral agency. Please contact the foodbank direct if you require any further information.
971 Upper Newtownards Road
Belfast BT16 1RL
Telephone: 028 9543 5310
St Molua’s Church
Parish of Stormont
645 Upper Newtownards Road
Belfast BT4 3LR
Tel: 028 9041 9171
Parish Office open: Monday and Wednesday from 10.00am to 12 noon
Church open: Monday, Wednesday and Saturday from 10.00am to 12 noon and for services.
Registered with The Charity Commission for Northern Ireland NIC102374