Foodbanks

Please note that these details are subject to change and due to availability of stock and capacity of staff and volunteers. 

Should you wish to donate food please get in touch with the groups directly or add items at your local supermarket in-store collection points.  

Note: Foodbanks are listed alphabetically by area

Adur:

Fishersgate Foodbank:
Tuesday morning only
Parcels include meat, dried goods, potatoes, onions, toiletries, cleaning products, nappies where required. Size depends on the number of family members.
fishersgatefoodbank@gmail.com 

Lancing and Sompting Basics Foodbank:
For full details please see:
Lancing and Sompting Foodbank website

Shoreham Foodbank:
For full details please see:
Shoreham Foodbank website

The Gateway Hub
Shoreham, Southwick and Fishersgate 
Neighbours helping Neighbours:

For full details see:
The Gateway Hub website (SCSS)
The Gateway Hub on Facebook
As well as food we have:
- Clothes and uniforms
- Toys, books, games and crafts

- Baby basics, toiletries, cleaning and laundry
- Furniture and bedding
- Befriending, shopping, pharmacy
- Practical support and advice 

Worthing:

Broadwater Support Group:
The group provides out of hours emergency food support
Contact details: 07485 161 685
Broadwater Support Group on Facebook

Community House, Worthing:
For full details please see: 
Community House Worthing on Facebook

Worthing Food Foundation:
For full details please see:
Worthing Food Foundation website
Worthing Food Foundation on Facebook

Worthing Foodbank (run by Redeemer):

For full details please see: 
Worthing Foodbank - on The Redeemer website

Worthing Vegan Foodbank:
All stock is 100% vegan and caters for special dietary needs (lactose intolerant, gluten free, etc)
For full details please see:
Worthing Vegan Foodbank website

Citizens Advice:

For full details please see:
Citizens Advice - West Sussex

New food banks?

If you're providing a new Foodbank which isn't listed here please get in touch:
giving@adur-worthing.gov.uk 

See also: Coronavirus (COVID-19): Support during the Coronavirus disruption

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Page last updated: 02 December 2020