Shevington Community Pantry
Shevington Community Pantry is located at St Anne’s Parish Centre, Church Lane, Shevington. WN6 8BD. You can along to stock up your cupboards and help save food from landfill. The project is helping our environment by reducing food waste and helping our community by providing a cheaper alternative to supermarkets.
Shevington Community Pantry is and connected to Fur Clemt in Wigan – this link takes you to their facebook page Shevington Community Pantry ·
In February 2021 our Big Brekkie for Christian Aid was a big success. Big thanks to everyone who came and everyone who has donated.
The video below explains how the soap for hope project is helping people.
We had a great time together on line with songs, games, videos, bubbles and much more. Big thanks to Bishop Philip North for opening the event.
The project raises money for women in Ethiopia who are making soap to combat the Coronavirus. The soap is made by women whose normal farming work has been badly affected by global warming.
Over £800 was raised.
The Brick Project is a Wigan based charity offering a food bank and a range of services to people who are homeless, in poverty or facing debt crisis.
In December 2020, they initiated a campaign called #ASoulLikeYours in collaboration with poet Matt Kelly, film maker Tom Woodward, words read by Johnny Vegas in support of raising vital funds for the charity. See the video below.
The Brick believe that anyone experiencing a challenging time can be given the right support to change their life for the better. They are appealing for gifts this Christmas build a better future for people suffering hardship and homelessness. This link will take you to their donation site,
You can find our more about ‘The Brick’ via their website
The charities we regularly support have seen a great rise in demand for their services during the Coronavirus crisis and they need financial support
If you are able to do so, please consider donating to one or more the these charities below
The Oaks Food Bank in Skelmersdale – you can donate via their website
Christian Aid is a partnership of people, churches and local organisations committed to ending poverty worldwide. Churches often focus on helping Christian Aid in May, but they will not have had as much support as usual in 2020.
They say “Love never fails. Coronavirus impacts all of us. But love unites us all.”
You can give to Christian Aid online via their website