Call for change

More and more people are being left with no option but to use a food bank because our social security system is falling short.

Ahead of the General Election, you can take action by asking your local candidates to demonstrate their commitment to advocate for changes that would help ensure our social security system protects people from needing a food bank to survive.

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We’re an anti-poverty charity and community of food banks providing practical support to people who can’t afford the essentials, and campaigning for a future where none of us need to use emergency food to get by.

Get help now

If you’re struggling, find out how to get emergency food from your local food bank. We can also help you access advice and support.

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Support us

One in seven people in the UK are facing hunger. Help us ensure food banks can be there for everyone who needs them right now, while we work towards a future where everyone has enough money for the essentials.

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Volunteer

Join our incredible network of volunteers, with both local and home-based roles available.

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Donate food

Support your local food bank by donating food and other essentials.

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Who needs food banks?

We know that low incomes are driving people to food banks, but certain groups are more likely to face hunger than others.

Hear from single mum Lowri, who had no option but to turn to a food bank after she was forced to close her business.

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Join our campaign

It’s not right that anyone needs to use a food bank. Help us ensure everyone has enough income for the essentials.

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