Find out how you can help your local Trussell Trust foodbank

There are many ways to get involved with the Trussell Trust as a volunteer. We could not operate without passionate people giving their time to help their neighbours in need.

Particularly now, as the coronavirus outbreak develops, we need your help to make sure the food banks in our network can continue to provide essential community services to people in crisis.

By volunteering for your local food bank and being a voice for change in your community, you can make a real difference to people’s lives. Across the UK over the coming months, food banks may need extra volunteers to help sort and pack donations in their warehouse, collect donations, and deliver food to those people in greatest need.

We’ve just launched a new volunteering system with Assemble. Please click on the button below to find out more and sign up to opportunities where you live. If there aren’t any results in your immediate area please consider extending the search area if you’re able to support a little bit further away. Thank you!

Volunteer today

Other ways to fight hunger

From a one-off gift to a regular donation, your support can help us to transform lives and become one step closer to stopping UK hunger. We’re doing all we can to support food banks during this unprecedented time, and your generosity makes a real difference. Thank you!

Make a donation

You could help raise awareness of food poverty and change someone’s life by taking on an exciting challenge for the Trussell Trust. We’re here to inspire you and support you every step of the way. As partof Team Trussell, you’ll make a real difference in the fight against hunger.

Fundraise for us

You can donate food in your nearest Asda store. All of the food in our food banks is donated by people in their local communities and during the current pandemic we really encourage you to support your local food bank if you’re able to so that they can continue to offer their services to people in crisis.

Find your Asda store