Rugby food bank

“The foodbank was there when we really needed it, it was an absolute lifeline.”

Rugby Foodbank

Website: rugby.foodbank.org.uk
Telephone: 07557 680019
Email: info@rugby.foodbank.org.uk

As a nation, we don’t expect anyone to be left hungry or destitute.  Illness, disability, family breakdown or the loss of a job can happen to any of us.  Rugby food bank has provided emergency food for local people in crisis since March 2012.

From donating food, volunteering your time or fundraising, there are lots of ways to get involved with raising awareness of poverty and helping end UK hunger.  We are part of the Trussell Trust nationwide network of food banks.

In 2019/20, Rugby food bank provided emergency food to 5263 people – 30% of them were children.  This is a 28% increase compared to 2018/19.

For information on donating food and volunteer fundraising, click here.

Emergency food for 5263 people

In 2019/20, Rugby food bank provided emergency food to 5263 people – 30% of them were children.  This is a 28% increase compared to 2018/19.

Rugby food bank

“The foodbank was there when we really needed it, it was an absolute lifeline.”

Rugby Foodbank

Website: rugby.foodbank.org.uk
Telephone: 07557 680019
Email: info@rugby.foodbank.org.uk

As a nation, we don’t expect anyone to be left hungry or destitute.  Illness, disability, family breakdown or the loss of a job can happen to any of us.  Rugby food bank has provided emergency food for local people in crisis since March 2012.

From donating food, volunteering your time or fundraising, there are lots of ways to get involved with raising awareness of poverty and helping end UK hunger.  We are part of the Trussell Trust nationwide network of food banks.

In 2019/20, Rugby food bank provided emergency food to 5263 people – 30% of them were children.  This is a 28% increase compared to 2018/19.

For information on donating food and volunteer fundraising, click here.

Emergency food for 5263 people

In 2019/20, Rugby food bank provided emergency food to 5263 people – 30% of them were children.  This is a 28% increase compared to 2018/19.