We are delighted to announce that we've been awarded funding from the Coronavirus Community Support Fund, distributed by The National Lottery Community Fund The award of funding from the Coronavirus Community Support Fund marks another notable step along our journey from a kernel of an idea as the pandemic swept
A grant early on from the County Council has helped us immensely, enabling us to focus on supporting as many families as possible. We set up Catch 77 initially with the help of a bunch of friends who donated through our GoFundMe page, helping us raise enough money in the
Well that was quite a summer... Perhaps not the type of summer that will last long in the memory for the right reasons, but wow, its been quite a summer. Having set up Catch 77 in the initial lockdown to support families when the schools closed down, our supply chain
Get in!!!! The government announced today that is was going to continue providing support for children eligible for free school meals over the summer holidays. This will be a great relief to so many families. We operate independently of the free school meal vouchers provided - in other words our
Sending thanks to Bakeshed Devon... Without the support of our local community, from volunteers to suppliers who have donated, Catch 77 wouldn't have been possible. The incredibly generous donations we have recently received from Bakeshed Devon have meant we have been able to include a little 'sweet treat' in our
Harvesting home-grown spinach! Mondays are busy days at Catch 77 as it's delivery day, but this week I was up extra early. On the menu this week is spinach and pea pasta, and it just so happens that my veg patch has a decent crop of spinach ready for picking.
Many hands make light work! The past couple of weeks getting things in place to start our Family Food Box deliveries have been fantastic. It all started with a phone call from a friend at Millfield School where they have been running a similar scheme in the surrounding area for
Every little helps! Well, not that they like to think of themselves as 'little' but I enlisted my kids to help me collect boxes this afternoon. Our local Tesco store in Cullompton had kindly put aside some sturdy cardboard boxes for us to use for deliveries. So who better to