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Washington Community Food Project is regularly in the press highlighting the amazing work the charity does. Here you will find some featured articles.
Sunderland Echo: Washington food market proves a hit as inaugural event attracts over 2,000 people

The event proved a big hit with over 2,000 people heading to Albany Park throughout the day to see what was on and offer and support local businesses as well as raising £400 for the Washington Community Food Project.


Sunderland food banks: Places offering support and where you can make a donation 

A number of food banks and community projects are operating in Sunderland to support the city’s most vulnerable.


Chronicle Live: North East community groups and charities offering free school meals

Hundreds of community groups, charities and schools across the region have stepped up to offer their own support to struggling families.


Washington Community Food Project celebrates move back home to The Galleries Shopping Centre as it introduces new social-distancing measures

During the coronavirus lockdown, Washington Community Food Project (WCFP) was temporarily running out of Oxclose Church, but now after several weeks the food bank is returning to its Galleries unit


Sunderland Echo: Sunderland food banks call for help as coronavirus looks set to increase demands on its stocks

Washington Community Food Project, which is preparing for a rise in demand as the crisis continues, with a list of items in need posted on its Facebook page.


The Northern Marketing Awards 2020: The Shortlist

This year’s awards will be hosted virtually on November 3rd at 5pm – bringing together leading marketing professionals online to find out who’s a winner. Best Not-for-Profit Campaign Nominations – Galleries Shopping Centre & Washington Community Food Project.


Community food bank finds permanent home at Washington shopping centre

After years spent operating from various temporary locations throughout the town including church halls, community centres and even volunteers’ kitchens, Washington Community Food Project has found a permanent new home at the Galleries Shopping Centre, just in time for Christmas.


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