A church-run organisation based in Scotland came to us looking for a way of storing donated food parcels which they then distribute to people in need.
Karen, one of the volunteer workers at the food bank said,
"We are an independent food bank run by the local churches in East Kilbride. We currently distribute over 5500 bags of food a year to vulnerable individuals and families in our local community. We have gradually grown over the last few years and recently needed to find a creative storage solution for our ever increasing number of food parcels."
"The galvanised steel shed from ESE Direct, manufactured by Jack Sealey has provided us with the perfect storage solution. It gives us plenty of space to store our food parcels in a fully enclosed secure area which meets all of our food storage criteria and allows us to maximise the space in our central storage unit."
"We are also extremely grateful to ESE Direct for donating a second shed to the work that we do which will be invaluable to our continued work in the local community."
EK Community Food Bank volunteers, Lorna and Margaret McLeod with their galvanised storage shed.
We were pleased to team up with manufacturer Jack Sealey and donated a second shed to the charity, keep up the good work folks!
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