Lucie’s Pantry is a social supermarket located at the Emmaus Salford Community Homestore on Fitzwarren Street in Pendleton.
Lucie’s Pantry provides a sustainable and affordable source of food and household essentials to members of the Pendleton community struggling to make ends meet through debt, illness or low income. Together we’re providing great food for great people.
How does it work?
People who want to use the social supermarket become a member of Lucie’s Pantry. Members pay £2.50 per week and are able to choose items to the value of approximately £15 each week.
Membership is limited by need and geographical distance to the outlet. In addition to food and household items, members are offered additional support including a regular Citizens Advice surgery.
By becoming a member of Lucie’s Pantry, individuals help to support others in their community. The more members who use the social supermarket, the more quality items can be sourced allowing even more people to benefit.
How can I become a member?
To become a member all you need to do is complete a short application form available from Lucie’s Pantry or any Emmaus Salford store.
How can I support Lucie’s Pantry?
- Partner up – We’re working with lots of different partner organisations to source stock for Lucie’s Pantry. If your business would like to help then please contact us today.
- Donate items or funds – If you’re an individual and want to support Lucie’s Pantry with items or a financial donation then we’d be very grateful for your support.
- Volunteer with us – Lucie’s Pantry is run by companions of Emmaus Salford and volunteers from the local community. If you would like to help then get in touch.
For further information please call 0161 737 8279 or email email@example.com
Lucie's Pantry is a not-for-profit social supermarket being run by Emmaus Salford with support from a wide range of organisations including Bell Group, Clarion Housing Group, Edward Holt Trust, FareShare, Great Places, Guinness Partnership, Keepmoat, Loaves and Fishes, Salford Citizens Advice, Salford Foodbank and Salix Homes.