Bracknell Foodbank is run in partnership with The Trussell Trust as part of a national network of Foodbanks.
Bracknell Foodbank has put a number of measures in place to support the potential for an increased need for our services.
In line with government guidelines we are working to restrict social interaction as much as possible to curb the spread of Covid 19 & so we have implemented a drive-thru process.
Vouchers will be taken or names where digital referrals are made, matched up with our records & food brought out to cars to load up. We would encourage Foodbank users to collect food by car OR ask friends, family & neighbours who drive to help where possible.
We will of course continue to serve & provide food to those with no transport as usual but the drive thru is another way of responding to needs in the most appropriate manner at this time.
Please note in order to access Foodbank, users have to have been referred by a local agency so our priority of looking after those in greatest need in the community remains our primary focus.
The Foodbank is open three days per week at The Kerith Centre: Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays 12.00 – 1.30 pm
For more information on how the Foodbank operates or to volunteer visit the Bracknell Foobank Website or contact the team via the form on this page.
We are going to need more help over the next few weeks and months so if you have free time to come and support what we are doing please fill in this form and we will be in touch.
Donations of food can be brought to:
Tesco – Warfield during store opening hours
Tesco – Martins Heron during store opening hours
Waitrose – Bracknell during store opening hours
Sainsburys – Bagshot Road during store opening hours
Other donation points:
Kerith Community Church, Church Rd, Bracknell during Foodbank opening hours – Tues, Wed, Fri’s 12pm-1.30pm
Please check our Facebook page for updated lists of food we need. You can also give financially by using the button below.
Any monies given go first to funding the work of our Foodbank. Any surplus monies will go to supporting clients with other care needs, from practical help with domestic needs to debt relief work, from prison outreach to housing provision, and more.
You can find out more about the Trussell Trust on their website www.trusselltrust.org
*Occasionally surplus food donations may be shared with partnering charities.Donate