Pecan’s November Newsletter This month we mark the end of World War I on the 11th of November with Remembrance Day. We will be holding a minute’s silence at 11am to remember the sacrifice of so many people. We also remember the British service members who have died during military conflicts since World War I […]
In the past 4 months, we have been focusing our efforts on the COVID19 response and service delivery. We will now be resuming our regular monthly newsletters and communications.
Following the government’s announcement on the 23 March 2020, we urge everyone to follow the updated guidelines and to stay at home.
Southwark Foodbank featured in BBC’s Universal Credit: Inside the Welfare State this month. We held our first Foodbank Friday of the year at London Bridge Station on Friday the 31st January and were pleasantly surprised
Pecan currently has seven Trustees, two of whom have stated their intention to stand down in the next six months. We are therefore seeking to replace our retiring trustees and grow our number to eight or nine
Pecan is recruiting two new roles, Head of Operations and Peckham Pantry Manager, as well as looking for new trustees to join our board.
We hope you have all had a wonderful Christmas and a happy start to your New Year. We have had a cracking start to the year with many updates, so bear with us as we give you a more than usually wordy newsletter. We promise it’s worth the read!
Every year, hundreds of families in Southwark struggle to make ends meet over Christmas. The Southwark Foodbank is working hard to support these families this Christmas
October has been a month full of preparation and anticipation of the coming busy Christmas season. The Pantry continues to see growth and on the 6th November, we hosted a visit from the Mayor of London
September kicks off a busy time at Pecan and this one was no exception. We have started new training in our employment support, seen a rise in the number of shoppers at Peckham Pantry and hit the ground running