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How does it Work?

  • Food is collected from churches, schools, and other interested organisations.

  • Each parcel contains enough nutritionally balanced food for three days. All food is non – perishable (ie. no fresh fruit, frozen foods etc).

  • Most of the items are stored in a local warehouse which has been checked by the Health and Safety Executive.

  • Those in need of help are referred by GPs, Health visitors, CAB, clergy, Community Workers etc – any professionals who are likely to come into contact with people in real need. For a full list of referring bodies, please see below. Unfortunately it is not possible to self-refer.

  • During the COVID 19 Crisis all our referral agencies have been sent an electronic referral link to be completed by them. All food parcels will be delivered direct to people's doors. If any referral agency has not received this link, please contact info@cefoxford.co.uk

  • From 1st April a delivery service has been set up for all those who have been referred to us. At the moment this is on a Tuesday and Friday morning. All those referred will be contacted by phone prior to a delivery being sent out.

  • CEF's aim is to help people through a time of crisis, so during this period, people can be referred 5 times without any questions asked. If the need continues, a discussion will be held between the referrer and CEF to try and come up with a workable solution.


Note We are only able to help those who have access to cooking facilities.


Referring agencies

  • All Social services depts.

  • All Health centres/Surgeries

  • Oxford City Council Support workers

  • Thames Valley Police/Probation

  • Housing Associations

  • Charities working with vulnerable people

  • Crisis Teams

  • Children Centres

  • Asylum Welcome/Refugee support groups.

  • Homeless support workers/charities

  • Job Centre plus

  • Employment training schemes

  • Sheltered Housing schemes

  • School Welfare Officers

  • Advice Centres

  • Churches.





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"At the present time your plenty will supply what they need, so that in turn their plenty will supply what you need. Then there will be equality”

St Paul,
2nd letter to the Corinthians

 

 

Please contact Jane Benyon
info@cefoxford.co.uk
The Community Emergency Food Bank - Registered Charity No 1153907
Patrons: The Rt Revd Steven Croft, Bishop of Oxford and The Revd Canon Geoff Baylis, Vicar of St James and St Francis Churches, Oxford

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