Raven House Trust


July 31st 2022

RAVEN HOUSE is seeking to rebuild stocks of food, and furniture for sale and for aid referrals.
They have limited storage and can take furniture which can be sold in the shop, and will need photos of items to give them an idea of what will be able to be sold.  The same quality items are used for aid referrals.
This local charity provides food parcels to local organisations who work with families and individuals.   They also take furniture in good condition for sale in their shop in Cromwell Road Newport, or for aid referrals for people being assisted by local agencies.  Please see the website for details, and how to donate financially to support this work. Tel: 01633 762999.  Open Tuesday to Friday, 9.15am to 4.15 pm.

Raven House food parcel August 2022


Tinned tomatoes

Macaroni cheese

spaghetti and sausages

baked beans and sausages

tinned pulses (kidney beans, chickpeas, mixed beans etc)

tins of meat: hot dogs, meat balls, stewed steak, minced steak, mild curry, corned beef, ham.

tins of tuna: large and small

Tins of potatoes

tins of carrots

tins of soup

tins of fruit

tins of rice pudding

tins/ cartons of custard

jam/ marmalade/ spread

squash/ juice

tea bags






packets of microwave rice

super noodles

sachets of instant potato


Please note: Currently Raven House has a good supply of baked beans, dried pasta and tinned peas.


Thank you



Sudbrook Mission Project.


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