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The Manchester Settlement Food Pantry seeks to ‘create stronger communities together’ by providing a 3mth intervention of low-cost food provision and wraparound care to help relieve the pressures of poverty for those living in our local community.

The parcels will consist of fresh fruit and Veg. Bread, Milk, Cereal, canned food, meats i.e. chicken, pork, beef whatever is available to order including vegan and other request, ready meals, drinks and even toiletries, nappies and some household supplies like washing powders etc.

These parcels will cover at least 5 days’ worth of 3 meals a day, breakfast, Lunch and dinner. Some weeks it could be 7 days’ worth, this will depending on stock availability.

When at the top of the waiting list, pantry members will be invited to attend the food pantry for the period of a school term.

-Autumn term – September to Christmas
-Spring term – January to Easter
-Summer term – Easter to Summer holidays

Food Pantry Drop-In is open on Tuesdays at 3-5pm.

Prices £5 for an individual or couple
£7.50 for 3 people
£10 for 4 people
£12.50 for 5 people

The pantry will be closed during the school holidays and after bank holiday Mondays.

There is currently a waiting list for new members, please complete a registration form (below) - you will be contacted when you can commence collecting food

We are currently looking for new volunteers to join our friendly team. If you can spare a few hours on Tuesday afternoons we would love to hear from you

The membership can be done online or in reception - 1328 Ashton Old Road 0161 974 1300

If you would prefer to speak to someone in person - call our friendly reception team 9.30 - 5pm to register

Once you have registered you will recieve a text message each week asking if you would like to reserve another pack of food

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