The simplest way to support the foodbank is by adding one or two of the following items to your regular shopping basket.
When donating food please ensure that it has a ‘sell by date’ of at least 6 months in advance which is clearly marked.
Schools and companies often have special collections for us at Harvest and Christmas time. We are usually able to come and collect the food from you. If you are interested in having a special collection for us, contact the office and we’ll send you out some collection posters.
Donations of food can be accepted at the following locations at the times stated. (Or alternatively you could donate supermarket vouchers and send them through the post to our office.)
Please note this collection point is intended for food that has been purchased in store. Any food that has been purchased in a different store and put in the collection point needs to be sealed by the donor and clearly labelled as having been purchased elsewhere.
Henbury Crow Lane
Westbury-on-Trym - Stoke Lane
‘We always welcome donations, and promise to use them to provide help to people in crisis. Occasionally we send food to other nearby food banks to support their work, particularly if they experience shortages. This ensures your donations go to help people wherever they are in Bristol.”
Collection points open to the public at local churches
Orthodox Church of the Nativity
of the Mother of God
Cairns Road Baptist Church
Hope Chapel Hill
St Andrews Church
Tuesday 10am-12noon, Sunday 10am-12noon and Wednesday 10am-12noon & 7.30-9.30pm
Tyndale Baptist Church
Lawrence Weston Baptist Church
117-119 Long Cross
St Edyth’s Church
Christ Church Clifton
Clifton Down Road