We are delighted to have the support of so many companies, organisations and individuals. Their generosity is unbounded, with many unsung heroes offering donations, help, expertise and most importantly food that might otherwise go to waste.
  • Kingscliffe bakers
  • Waitrose,
  • M&S Stamford & Bourne,
  • Lidl,
  • Nisa,
  • Tesco Stamford and Oakham,
  • Cuckoo Farm,
  • Riverford Organic,
  • Sainsbury Bourne
  • Food Bank – Stamford and Bourne
Other supporters have included: The Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply, New College Stamford, Just So Italian, Costa, Eco Shop Casterton, Digby Farm and Dyke Fend Farm. With apologies to any other supporters – we love you all!!

Suppliers Sing Our Praises


“Waitrose & Partners are delighted to support Second Helpings. Waitrose is committed to reducing its food waste. The surplus food that goes to Second Helpings helps us to protect the environment whilst feeding so many people each week. What’s good for Stamford is good for us, and our customers too!” John Evans – Deputy Branch Manager.

Key Contributors

A huge thank you for all the organisations, businesses and members of our community who generously donated to Second Helpings over the last year. Your kindness enabled us to serve 13,920 guests in the bunker and cook 10,861 takeaway meals in 2020. With apologies to any other supporters, your contribution has been appreciated by so many in our community. Lincs Food Partnership/ Bishop Grosseteste University, Lincs Food/ Co-Op Fund, Waitrose, BGL, British Sugar, Stamford Cycle Club, SKDC, Stamford Labour Party, Lincs Community Foundation, Stamford Bridge Club, Lincs CC, ALLCHURCHES TRUST, Rotary Club of Stamford St Martin’s, The Harry Skells Trust, Lincolnshire Community Foundation, The Laing Family Trust and South Kesteven Community Fund

A Community Project of Stamford Methodist Church, Charity Number 1182848

Copyright © 2019