St Margaret's Foodbank provides 3 day food parcels for those in need who have been given a food voucher by a referral agency (such as Citizen’s Advice or Social Services).
All visitors to the Foodbank are given a warm welcome. Volunteers provide a listening ear and can direct people to further advice and support.
Where? Pheonix Hall, behind St Margaret’s Church, Aspley Lane NG8 5GE
When? Mondays & Thursdays 10am -12pm
How can I get a food parcel? If you think you need help, please seek help from an advice service such as Citizen’s Advice or your support worker if you have one. They will give you a voucher which you can bring to the Foodbank to be exchanged for a food parcel which should be enough food for you (and your immediate family) for three days.
How can I support the Foodbank? Donations of non-perishable food are always welcome, or money to contribute towards the running of the foodbank. Volunteers are also welcome, to help sort the food and pack parcels or to welcome and befriend visitors.
How can I volunteer?
If you are interested in volunteering, please call into the Foodbank and speak to June Robinson. All volunteers will need to be able to provide suitable references.
St Margaret’s Foodbank is one of a network of Foodbanks enabled by Hope Nottingham by agreement with national foodbank charity the Trussell Trust.