Containing a range of non-perishable foods and toiletries plus hats, hot water bottles, blankets and flasks, all the bags will be given to vulnerable local people in need of help.
Our two organisations – who work in strategic partnership across a range of innovative health services – have jointly gifted in the region of £22,000 to fund the initiative.
Member of staff volunteered to research and source the most popular general household products, items for helping to keep warm and favourite food selections including pasta, cereal and tinned foods.
The bags will be distributed by staff from BHF’s home visiting team and SWYPFT’s community mental health team to vulnerable residents across the Barnsley area.
Posted on Dec 21, 2022.Back to News