Hello guest
Your basket is empty
Hull City’s Alfie Jones and Matt Ingram assisted with a number of different tasks at Hull Foodbank on Tuesday to continue the positive work around the Together Project campaign. 
This visit also showcased the vital role that Clubs and Club Community Organisations (CCOs) play in their local communities as part of the EFL’s Week of Action. 
The Together Project campaign encourages supporters to donate food and other important items to provide vital support throughout the football season. 
The Tigers Trust have supported Hull City with the food drop and assisting with the delivery of items to the Hull Foodbank so far and with the current climate of cost of living crisis we urgently require additional help from the community. 
Ahead of each league game this season, drop-off points will be in place at Tiger Leisure and at the Tigers Trust Arena. 
The following items are welcomed (please avoid donating fresh produce and no glass): 
Tinned veg 
Tinned fruit 
Rice pudding 
Cooking Sauces 
Coffee (non-glass packaging) 
Tea bags 
Tinned rice pudding 
Jam (non-glass packaging) 
Instant mashed potato 
Soup (cans/packet) 
Tinned tomatoes 
Shower gel 
Feminine hygiene products 
Toilet rolls 
Share this post:

Leave a comment: 

Our site uses cookies. For more information, see our cookie policy. Accept cookies and close
Reject cookies Manage settings