Midford Manor donate food haul to homeless

22nd November, 2022

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Generous care workers at Midford Manor, our new care home being built in Frome, Bath have donated a food haul to Julian House.

General Manager, Carol Britton and Customer Relationship Manager Michelle Goreham donated the items which included canned goods, snacks and drinks to the charity which provide homeless services and accommodation, domestic abuse services, criminal justice, and employment support across the South West.

The kind care workers have now opened their doors over the winter period and have become a drop off centre for future donations.

Senior Community and Events Fundraiser at Julian’s House, Gavin Osbourn said:

“This donation from Midford Manor is invaluable and will be invaluable throughout the winter especially at the moment as things are particularly challenging nationwide but there are more and more people who are becoming homeless or who are finding themselves on the street. Like never before we need to be aware of that and if we can have more and more donations then it will definitely help not just at the hostel but at our supported housing.”

Customer Relationship Manager at Midford Manor, Michelle Goreham, said:

“It is imperative to us at Midford Manor to consider our whole community and in these difficult times with homelessness on the rise, anything we can do to help is so important. We hope the collection of food items goes some way to supporting Julian House and we have become a drop off centre for future items if members of the local community wish to donate.”

If you would like to donate essential items to Julian’s House simply bring the items to Midford Manor’s information suite on 6 Broad Street in Bath or visit About Us | Julian House | Homeless Charity | South West for further information.