Bringing communities together to end hunger and poverty in the UK by providing compassionate, practical help with dignity whilst challenging inequality of food poverty.

what are we hoping to achieve

Our food parcel programme specifically caters for low-income families.

To provide a maximum of three parcels in any six-month period (exceptions can apply, referrals to be negotiated on an individual basis).
To provide nutritionally balanced emergency food-aid for people in crisis, identified and referred. (exceptions can apply, referrals to be negotiated on an individual basis).

To signpost customers to other agencies appropriate to their needs, such as: Citizens Advice Bureau, housing departments, adult and communities services, Age Concern, Sure Start, probation services and other relevant community projects.

Criteria for receiving an emergency food parcel is targeted at low income families.
We will run through the food parcel packing list with you to check any special dietary requirements that you may have; including all food Allergies.

food allergens

Please be advised that your food parcel may contain these ingredients; Milk, Eggs, Wheat, Soybean, Peanuts, Sree nuts, Fish & Shellfish.

Foodbank enquiry?

Please complete our initial form of interest so that we can contact you with more information and to answer any queries. 

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