Bernice Reidy

Ealing

28Good deeds

28runs

110cheers

Bernice Reidy has done a 6 month mission streak. Fri 9 Apr 2021

Bernice just completed a six month streak of doing missions. That’s so many bags of garden rubbish cleared and jobs done to help someone out and put a smile on their face. Give Bernice a cheer to encourage them to keep up the good work.

Bernice Reidy went on a community mission
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Ealing

Help move essential food stock from The William Hobbayne to The Store Cupboard

Fri 9 Apr

This Friday we need a few helping hands to help move all the essential food stock currently being held at The William Hobbayne Centre over to The Store Cupboard - Hanwell’s new affordable food project.

Tasks will be:

  • Walking trollies of food between the two sites (about a 0.2 mile walk between)
  • Lifting and sorting
  • Loading/unloading cars

Read more about The Store Cupboard here.

Here's what you need to know:

  • Disposal gloves will be provided but it's essential that everyone taking part wears a mask for the entire task so please bring your own.

  • Meet outside The William Hobbayne Centre at 5pm

  • We'll be there for 1-2 hours but hopefully we’ll get it done fast!

If you have a car it would be great if you fancy driving down and using it to help transport some stock between the sites. We’ll help load/upload it all!

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Bernice Reidy signed up to a community mission
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Help move essential food stock from The William Hobbayne to The Store Cupboard

Fri 9 Apr 17:00 pm
THE William Hobbayne Centre , St Dunstan's Road, London, W7 2HB
Be part of the team helping to get this community affordable food project off the ground

This Friday we need a few helping hands to help move all the essential food stock currently being held at The William Hobbayne Centre over to The Store Cupboard - Hanwell’s new affordable food project.

Tasks will be:

  • Walking trollies of food between the two sites (about a 0.2 mile walk between)
  • Lifting and sorting
  • Loading/unloading cars

Read more about The Store Cupboard here.

Here's what you need to know:

  • Disposal gloves will be provided but it's essential that everyone taking part wears a mask for the entire task so please bring your own.

  • Meet outside The William Hobbayne Centre at 5pm

  • We'll be there for 1-2 hours but hopefully we’ll get it done fast!

If you have a car it would be great if you fancy driving down and using it to help transport some stock between the sites. We’ll help load/upload it all!

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Bernice Reidy went on a community mission
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Boxed off

Fri 26 Feb
Report written by Bernice Reidy

Books and activity packs sorted and ready for drivers to deliver to schools for local families.

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Bernice Reidy signed up to a community mission
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Ealing

Help make up activity packs for schools in Ealing

Fri 26 Feb 10:00 am
THE William Hobbayne Centre , St Dunstan's Road, London, W7 2HB
Help to make up essential resource packs for school children

We've been asked by The William Hobbayne Charity if there are any spare hands this Friday morning that could help make up activity packs for local school children. Can you help?

Here's how it'll work:

  • Arrive at The William Hobbayne Centre for 10am

  • Help make up the activity packs that are being collected later that morning

  • You'll be inside but socially distanced, please bring a mask!

  • Feel awesome knowing you've done a good deed before the weekend!

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Bernice Reidy went on a community mission
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Yup, that all stacks up!

Wed 24 Feb
Report written by Liv Parker-Scott

Over the past few weeks, members of GoodGym have been working alongside other community volunteers to help get The Store Cupboard, a new community affordable food project in Hanwell, off the ground. Tonight was the final push to get everything set up and ready to start receiving customers in the next few weeks!

  • Milly and myself were all about displaying the cans in a fancy stack to make the shop beautiful
  • Harvey helped clean, lift and shift all night long, he also teamed up with Michelle to help get a full heavy trolley of stuff safely over from over the road
  • Bernice was all hands on deck helping with all the cleaning and sorting she could
  • Caz came down with her car to help us load up stock from over the road and transport it to the new store, she was an essential part of the team tonight, we couldn't have done it without her!
  • As well as helping with lots of odd jobs all evening, Ed also provided wheels for the task to get as much stock over ready to use

This space is going to be an absolutely amazing community asset and it's been a privilege to be a part of the team making it come together and watching the space transform over the past few weeks.

You can learn more about The Store Cupboard here and follow all their progress as they get started helping the community.

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Bernice Reidy signed up to a community mission
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The final countdown to get 'The Store Cupboard' ready to open

Wed 24 Feb 17:00 pm
151 Boston Road, Hanwell, London, W7 3QJ
Be part of the team helping to get this community affordable food project off the ground

This Wednesday we need a few helping hands at this new not for profit affordable food project.

We've helped them get this far and now it's the final hurdle and last few bits that need doing to get them ready to open!

Tasks will be:

  • Cleaning
  • Lifting and sorting
  • Moving furniture
  • Sorting food

Read more about The Store Cupboard here.

Here's what you need to know:

  • Disposal gloves will be provided but it's essential that everyone taking part wears a mask for the entire task so please bring your own.

  • Be sure to wear something you don't love too much, you might get paint/dust/cleaning products on it!

  • Meet outside the store at 5pm and then we'll all go in and ensure everyone is socially distanced and safe in the space before we start.

  • We'll be there for 1-2 hours to try and get as much done as possible.

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Bernice Reidy has completed 25 good deeds with GoodGym. Mon 8 Feb 2021

Bernice has already done 25 good deeds with GoodGym. Instead of doing anything else, they've used their run to go and help people that need their help; digging, lifting, scraping, clearing, planting and weeding. Stuff that makes this a better place to be.

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Letting it sink in

Mon 8 Feb
Report written by Liv Parker-Scott

Today, 6 awesome GoodGym members braved the snow and ice to get to 'The Store Cupboard' a new not for profit affordable food project that's going to launch in Hanwell in the next few weeks.

About the project:

This new project is going to be incredible and will aim to provide an effective way to help people’s food budgets go further when they find themselves in need.

They will be looking to provide healthy affordable food and access to local support in hope of helping people by bridging the gap.

The job at hand:

They asked for a hand with the essential task of helping to clean the space to help get this community project off the ground and we jumped at the chance to be involved.

Everyone really got stuck in today and after 3 hours we'd made a HUGE difference to the space.

Eleonora took on the mammoth task of cleaning a huge pile of metal crates that will be used in the shop. Milly swept, mopped and took on any task thrown at her including dragging a very heavy vintage sink into the garden for a good scrub down (in minus temperatures in just a t-shirt, I might add!). Jackie joined us for her first every GoodGym community mission today and we were so lucky to have her, she cleaned, lifted and shifted for three hours straight! Bernice cleaned every bit of furniture she could get her hands on! And last but not least Muhammad joined us to help blast through all the last bits of cleaning needed in the second half of the shift.

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Bernice Reidy signed up to a community mission
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Help clean at 'The Store Cupboard', a not for profit affordable food project

Mon 8 Feb 11:00 am
151 Boston Road, Hanwell, London, W7 3QJ
Be part of the team helping with this essential task to get this community project off the ground

This Monday we need a few helping hands at this new not for profit affordable food project.

They've reached out to ask if we can help give the space a clean to help them get off the ground in the next few weeks.

Read more about The Store Cupboard here.

All tools, cleaning products and disposal gloves will be provided but it's essential that everyone taking part wears a mask for the entire task so please bring your own.

I'll (Liv) be there to lead the the task and will be on site from 11am-2pm please come and help for as long as you can in that time.

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