The Trussell Trust runs the largest network of food banks in the UK, giving emergency food and support to people in crisis. Fourteen million people live below the poverty line and in the last year 2,5 million three-day emergency food supplies were distributed to people in crisis.
Our foodbank works using a voucher referral system. Find out more about how we work.
We are here for you!
As we approach the May half term holiday. Clevedon, Nailsea, Portishead and Yatton Foodbank’s, are here to help you.
If you are struggling financially, we can help. We can provide you with lunch parcels for your school aged children, and if needed family parcels for the rest of the family. All you need to do is ask your child’s school for a foodbank voucher.
Once you have the voucher, you can come along to your nearest foodbank, and our volunteers, will be more than happy to help you.
Unit 1 Knowles Road, Clevedon
Mondays 9.30am – 11.30am
Fridays 9.30am – 11.30am
Closed Monday 31st May
Open Tuesday 1st June 9.30 am – 11.30 am
Rock Road Youth Club
Open Thursdays 9.30am – 12.00
85 Southfield Road
Open Fridays 12.30pm – 2.30pm
4 Combe Road
Open Fridays 12.00pm – 2.00pm
Some of the other places where you can obtain a voucher:
• Alliance Homes – 0300 012 0120
• Alliance Living Care – 0300 012 1447
• Citizens Advice Dedicated Food voucher line – 0808 208 2138 (calls are free)
• Sovereign Tenancy Support team- 0300 500 0926
• All local schools
• Local churches
… and if, for any reason, you are unable to contact one of these agencies in the first instance, contact us!
We know that anyone can find themselves at crisis point for a number of different reasons.
In order to provide the most appropriate help for the circumstances of your situation we work with local agencies. If they feel you are struggling to put food on the table, they will issue you with a foodbank voucher. The local agency can also provide long term support if needed to help address some of the issues behind the reasons for your crisis.
Our foodbank works with a number of different agencies, such as Citizens Advice, children’s centres and health visitors. To find out more about the agencies that hold our vouchers and how you can get help, please contact us.
When you visit a referral agency they will take some basic details from you to complete the voucher. This will help them to identify the cause of your crisis and offer practical guidance. It also means we are able to prepare suitable emergency food for the right number of people.
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