A food collection will be held in the Newark branch of ASDA on Saturday for the Newark Foodbank project.
Volunteers will be in the store from 10am until 4pm to collect non-perishable items from shoppers. Anybody wanting to help will be offered a list of items to choose from.
Rachael Rigby said it was hoped it would be as successful as the first collection held in the Newark branch of Waitrose in January.
More than 50 boxes of food were collected, enough to feed 45 families for three days. It was added to food donated at other collection points and totalled two tonnes.
The project, based at Barnbygate Methodist Church, Newark, got underway in February and has already helped families in the Newark area.
Vouchers have been given to a limited number of frontline professionals to issue to those who need them.
They can be taken to the foodbank on Monday and Friday afternoons to exchange for three days of food supplies.
It is hoped to get the foodbank fully underway and involve more agencies after Easter.
Volunteers from the project are to take part in a leg of a national Foodbank Trolley Push on April 22.
This will involve a supermarket trolley which will be pushed throughout the UK, giving the 300 Trussell Trust Foodbanks the chance to promote their work.
More information about the work of the Newark project is available at [email protected]