I am looking for Food Support
In Preston there are lots of organisations providing support if you are struggling to access food.
There are many reasons why it can be difficult to get food on the table.
It may be something you have experienced for a long time or it could be a short term issue because of a change in circumstances.
Emergency Food Parcel
If you have no food and no money you may be eligible for an emergency food parcel, please contact the providers below.
Many faith organisations also offer support with food parcels to members of their congregation or to individuals and families living in their area.
If you live close to a faith organisation such as a church or mosque, please contact them to ask if they provide any support.
ShareIT! (supports PR2 and Cottam areas)
ShareIT! helps people in the PR2 and Cottam areas of Preston through a Foodbank, a Thrift Shop, Cafe and by giving personal Help and Advice.
For more information please visit the ShareIT website.
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Luv Preston (supports City wide)
Luv Preston, provide food parcels.
For More information please visit Luv Preston's website.
Email - email@example.com
Noor Food Bank - Noor Hall (supports Deepdale and surrounding areas)
Noor Food Bank, provide food parcels.
Any families requiring a food parcel will need to be referred through the Noor Food Bank website.
Preston Community Hub (supports Fishwick and St Matthews)
Preston Community Hub, provide food parcels.
For More information please visit Preston Community Hubs Facebook page.
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone - 07517339887
Salvation Army (supports City wide)
Salvation Army Preston, provide food parcels.
For More information please visit the Salvation Army website.
Email - email@example.com
Churches Together in Penwortham (supports Penwortham)
Churches Together in Penwortham, provide food parcels.
For More information please visit the Churches Together in Penwortham website.
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Ribble Valley Food Bank (supports some areas of Ribbleton)
Ribble Valley Food Bank, provide food parcels.
For More information please visit the Ribble Valley Food Bank website.
Tippy Toes (supports City wide)
Tippy Toes support families in and around Lancashire by accepting and donating good quality second hand clothes, equipment, furniture, and new toiletries. A baby food bank is also available, providing essential baby food and formula milk.
For More information please visit the Tippy Toes website.
Email - email@example.com
St. Andrew's Church Hall
Food and clothing hub at St. Andrew's Church Hall.
For information on food please email - Ruby, firstname.lastname@example.org (Ashton Food Aid)
For information on clothing please call - Lindsay on 07763197615 (Penwortham Care and Share).