Vital help and support for residents

Foodbanks

Information on local foodbanks and how you can use them.

We know it might be a challenging time for some people. Ealing foodbank can help you if cannot afford to buy food. The steps of using Ealing foodbank are:

1. Get a foodbank referral code

Please call 0808 2082138 for free (Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm) to talk confidentially with Citizens Advice about your circumstances. They can issue you with a local food bank referral code.
If you can afford food but are unable to get it, please visit Ealing Together or call 020 8825 7170 for help.

2. Bring your food bank referral code to one of the foodbanks in Ealing:

  • Monday: 12.30–2pm at Greenford Baptist Church, Beechwood Ave, Greenford UB6 9UA
    Book a collection by 4pm on Thursday.
  • Tuesday: no foodbanks are currently open
  • Wednesday: 10am–12noon at St Mellitus C of E Church, 1 Church Road, Hanwell W7 3BB
    There is no need to book.
  • Thursday: 12.30pm–2pm at St Anselm RC Church, The Green, Southall UB2 4BE
    Book a collection by 4pm on Tuesday.
  • Friday: 12.30–2pm at Oak Tree Anglican Fellowship, 216 High Street, Acton W3 9NX
    Book a collection by 4pm on Wednesday.
  • Saturday: 10am–12 noon at St Mellitus C of E Church, 1 Church Road, Hanwell W7 3BB
    There is no need to book.

3. Get your food parcel with three days’ worth of food.

Southall Food Hub

If you live in Southall and you are struggling to buy food, you can get help from Southall Food Hub. It is open on Tuesday and Friday, 8am-2pm with food parcel collection from 11am to 1am.

Address: St John’s Parish Church, Southall UB2 4RP

Telephone: 07510 353284

Email: ben@youngealingfoundation.org.uk