West London Food Banks
Here you will find a list of food banks in West London
Kensington & Chelsea Foodbank provide 3 days emergency food.
All the food they are given is donated from local people and organisations. They only give out non-perishable food.
A range of professionals from various organisations in Kensington & Chelsea issue vouchers to clients in need.
Kensington & Chelsea Foodbank also have Citizen's Advice in on sessions giving support and guidance to those on Universal Credit.
UR4Meals provides a warm and welcoming environment from which serve hot, freshly made meals every weekday afternoon. Their partners from Glass Door (housing advice) are based onsite with Them on Mondays from 11am to 5 pm to find solutions for their guests. We provide an environment which is welcoming, respectful and safe
The primary objective of the Hammersmith & Fulham foodbank is the prevention or relief of poverty in and around the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham. As well as offering emergency food parcels, they also run children's holiday clubs, a cookery and meal planning course - called 'Eat Well Spend Less', drop-in sessions for the community, based at their Hub in W12; and provide professional advice via two Citizen's Advice workers, based in their Foodbank Centres.
The foodbank is a project founded by local churches and community groups, working together towards stopping hunger in the London Borough of Ealing. They provide emergency food to people living in the London Borough of Ealing. Food Donations can be dropped off at their warehouse in Hanwell on Wednesdays from 10am-4pm or at any of our other donations points. Further info can be found in the 'give help' section of our website.
Acton Homeless Concern is a local charity with TWO drop-in day centres providing basic needs services and advice and support for homeless and other disadvantaged people.
All the free services provided by AHC are in two locations: Emmaus House and the drop-in Damien Centre.
The centres are run by staff supported by volunteers
Everyone is welcome.
The Hillingdon Foodbank provides short term and emergency food to families in the borough going through difficult times and crises. The Hillingdon Food Bank is built on Compassion, Integrity and commitment to restore dignity and give hope. It was the first Food Bank in London when it was launched in 2009.
This foodbank is a project founded by local churches and community groups, who are all working together towards stopping hunger in our local area.
We’re a local foodbank that’s part of the Trussell Trust national network of foodbanks. We provide emergency food, support and advice to people and families who are experiencing severe financial hardship. We are committed to working with local councils, schools, landlords and businesses, alongside people with lived experience of poverty, making them central to decisions about creating a poverty-free future.
Watford Foodbank is a Christian charity which exists to show compassion to people in financial hardship in our local community by providing food, support and other assistance, in order to restore dignity and offer hope. We don’t think anyone in our community should have to face going hungry. That’s why we provide three days’ nutritionally balanced emergency food and support to local people who are referred to us in crisis. We are part of a nationwide network of foodbanks, supported by The Trussell Trust, working to combat poverty and hunger across the UK.
Chalk Farm Foodbank is a community-focused service that helps people in crisis gain emergency food parcels. The food bank has partnered with a variety of local community groups and other churches to feed over 10,000 people.
Sufra NW London is a local charity established in 2013 to address both the causes and consequences of impoverishment in the community. The Food Bank provides emergency supplies of essential food and toiletries to individuals and families experiencing acute crisis. Our parcels are typically made up of a mixture of non-perishable and perishable items.
Westminster has the second-highest unemployment rate in London. More than 41% of children in Westminster live in poverty. Their on-site Trussell Trust network Foodbank provides three days’-worth of nutritionally balanced (non-perishable) food to residents in the Borough of Westminster experiencing financial crisis. On arrival at the Foodbank centre, people will be checked in, receive a warm welcome, and their food parcel. If appropriate, they will also be put in touch with agencies that may be able to provide further assistance.
We support a nationwide network of food banks and together we provide emergency food and support to people facing hardship, and campaign for change to end the need for food banks in the UK. Our network of more than 1,300 food bank centres in the UK provide a minimum of three days’ nutritionally balanced emergency food to people who have been referred, as well as support and advice to help people maximise their incomes and lift themselves out of poverty.
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