Christmas Hamper Appeal 2018

Bournemouth Foodbank Christmas Hamper Images

Bournmouth Foodbank is helping local families in crisis to celebrate Christmas together. This Christmas, we aim to deliver as many as 200 hampers to families in Bournemouth who otherwise might not be able to celebrate and eat together. Working in partnership with a long list of partner agencies, we hope to bring everything each family needs for three days, right […]

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Reverse Advent 2018

Reverse Advent Campaign 2018 Bournemouth Foodbank

Back by popular demand – and we mean it… we’ve had loads of requests!   Bournemouth Foodbank’s 2018 Reverse Advent Countdown! Why not countdown your days to Christmas by giving an item each day to the Foodbank?   What, you mean instead of filling up on chocolate?! Ok… as well as!   Simply download the […]

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10 Years and Counting – Helping Local People in Crisis

10 years of Bournemouth Foodbank

Marking 10 years of Bournemouth Foodbank From a garden shed to a warehouse, Bournemouth Foodbank has grown with the need for emergency food in our community. Recently, Foodbank staff, volunteers and supporters came together to celebrate the work that has been done over the last decade to meet this need. A service was held at […]

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Announcing… Follow us on Instagram!

Follow Bournemouth Foodbank on Instagram

We’re very excited to announce that… we’re now on Instagram! We love using social media as another way of keeping you up to date with our news. With Instagram, we want to give you a visual insight in to the day-to-day running of the Foodbank. So we’d be thrilled if you could join us ‘behind […]

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The flick of a switch – Tim’s Story

Power socket Bournemouth Foodbank switch

  “I never thought I would need or use a foodbank.”   In fact from what I had seen on TV I thought it was just for homeless people – or almost homeless people. A few years ago my savings account held one year’s rent in it at all times. An unfortunate set of events […]

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Combined Harvest Appeal

Harvest Hay Bales - Donate to Bournemouth Foodbank

Help support Bournemouth Foodbank with food and funds this Harvest! Foodbanks rely on donations of both food and money to help them provide this vital service of supporting people facing a crisis within communities across the UK. Without your goodwill, we would really struggle to operate and that’s why your support is needed more than […]

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Holiday Hunger

School Holiday hunger Bournemouth Foodbank fundraising

‘Help is here but we need your support’ ‘Help is here but we need your support’ say Bournemouth Foodbank, as new stats reveal the rise in food for children is behind increased foodbank need during holidays Bournemouth Foodbank has asked local people to check what donations are most needed in the area this summer, following […]

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AFC Bournemouth Charity Partnership

Bournemouth Foodbank charity partner for AFC Bournemouth Football Club

  The Foodbank is AFC Bournemouth Supporters’ Charity Partner for 2018/19! We won! Thank you so much to all the supporters who voted for Bournemouth Foodbank. This is the beginning of a beautiful partnership. The club have already been extremely generous by inviting 10 of our volunteers to watch the recent friendly against Marseille. Alison Mayne, […]

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Bournemouth Businesses Supporting Bournemouth Foodbank

Bournemouth Businesses Fundraising

Bournemouth Foodbank relies on the support of many groups in the community, including a number of small local businesses. We are hugely grateful to the staff and customers at The Firkin Shed micropub and All Things Nice café, who have been kindly donating money to help us in our work to end poverty in Bournemouth. […]

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Kat’s story – Making Ends Meet

Kat's story - smile - Bournemouth Foodbank

In our mission to help, it’s so important that we treasure the stories of the difference the Foodbank is able to make in peoples’ lives. Today we’d love to share one of these stories with you, about a lady called Kat. Kat came into the Foodbank due to a crisis with her job. She was […]

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