Thank you so much to everyone who already dropped off Christmas goodies or made donations at Plymouth Labour's office for the local food bank.
Paul McNamara, Membership Secretary for Plymouth Sutton and Devonport Labour Party, said:
"Christmas is a time for communities to come together and support one another. There are thousands of people in our city who are forced to use a food bank to provide food for their family. We wanted to play our part to make Christmas slightly easier for families in our city and that's why we are encouraging people to make donations to the local food bank either directly or via one of the many collection points across the city."
As well as the usual long-life items (tins, cans, cereals, rice and pasta) we are also collecting Christmas presents, chocolates and festive treats). Or, if you'd like to donate some pennies you can make a donation direct to the food bank or we'll gladly buy items on your behalf.
HOW CAN YOU HELP?
Find out more about how you can help some of Plymouth's most vulnerable families at Christmas and all year round on the Plymouth Food Bank website.