What it is: The Matthew Tree Project is work focused on addressing the underlying causes of poverty, improving health, inspiring & connecting communities and eradicating food poverty (by removing the need for people to require food aid).
TMTP is an early intervention initiative; services are targeted at the vulnerably housed with the intention to identify people at risk of extreme poverty (homelessness) and intervene before it is too late.
The Matthew Tree Project is set-up to build relationships over time aimed at empowering people to escape the misery of poverty, a dependency on charity, a dependency on benefits and to live dignified, self-sufficient and fulfilling lives.
When it is:
Food Store is open Wednesdays 10am to 1pm at Juice Community Project at 56-60 Newton Road BS30 8EL Cadbury Heath Bristol. To receive help and food you will need to have a Food Store voucher, you can get one if you fit the requirements and can get them at:
Tel: 0300 1232222
Citizens Advice Bureau
Telephone Advice: 08444 111 444
We host a drop in session at Juice on Mondays 11am to 2pm
New Volunteering Opportunity:
- Pick Up & Sorter
- Administration Role
See information below…
A big thanks to…
We’ve had a lot of food donations from schools, nurseries, Churches and from Elderly homes over the year, this is a big help for our Food Store.
Also would like to thank Asda Longwell Green and everyone who donates weekly to help us run our Food Store and the public who donate food in our basket at Juice.