RESIDENTS can find out more about Stafford’s House of Bread charity as volunteers will be in Market Square tomorrow.
There will be an opportunity to learn more about the work it does and to donate money and food from 10am to 4pm.
House of Bread opens each week on a Wednesday evening at Trinity Church, providing a three-course meal to homeless people or those living on the poverty line.
Visitors can also leave with a food bag and there is a clothes bank available for those in need.
There are also other groups, including Doxey Family Bread and Bread Church.
Meanwhile, Stafford MP Jeremy Lefroy will host a charity dinner at the Moat House in Acton Trussell on June 20 in aid of House of Bread.