Foodshare is looking for more donations in the final days before Christmas as it prepares for its biggest hamper giveaway to date. Foodshare executive officer Dedy Friebe said the community's generosity was humbling. "The Warrnambool people are our most important food source," he said. "Our focus in this last week is to get out approximately 150 hampers that have been ordered, which is double what we're used to. "We're accompanying every hamper with a Christmas hamper filled with items everyone loves." At the many Foodshare drop-off points around town people can donate Christmas goodies of plum puddings, mince pies, bon bons, shortbread, chocolates, nuts, biscuits and any other kind of festive goodies. The regular items of pasta, spaghetti, noodles, rice, jarred recipe bases, pasta sauces, canned tomatoes, canned tuna, baked beans, spaghetti, soups and stews, breakfast cereals and spreads, canned fruits and vegetables, sweet and savoury biscuits and children's snacks are appreciated. "We are hoping to fill all the Christmas hampers with what people love," Mr Friebe said. "There have even been donations of new books for the hampers. "We have received enough products for 70 hampers and now we're focusing on the next 100. "I'm over the moon with the response we've had so far." Foodshare will be closing for the year at 12pm on Friday, December 20 and needs all Christmas donations by 12.30pm on Wednesday, December 18. Donations will also be received at the Foodshare Warehouse at 24a Harrington Road from 8.30am-12.30pm weekdays. Have you signed up to The Standard's daily newsletter and breaking news emails? You can register below and make sure you are up to date with everything that's happening in the south-west.