Salford Foodbanks

Donate goods

Donate to your local foodbank or food club.

Following the latest 'stay alert' guidance there are still ways you can support your local food banks and food clubs while keeping yourself and others safe:

Via donation points

You can donate to local foodbanks via donation points in supermarkets. Only do this as part of your essential shopping trip and do not bulk purchase even if you are planning on donating the goods.

The main items food banks / food clubs / pantries and meal providers are in need of are:

Food: UHT milk, cereals, pasta, rice, canned items (baked beans, soup, vegetables, fruit, meat and fish)

Essentials: Nappies, bars of soap, household cleaning products, anti-bacterial wipes, toilet rolls, hand sanitiser, hand wash.

Donate money directly to foodbanks and food clubs

Many food banks and charities have online donation pages. You can provide invaluable support for these front line organisations by making a one-off or recurring donation so they are able to purchase essential provisions in these times of high demand.

If you are a local business or organisation

If you are a local business or organisation that can make a bulk donation of essential food or toiletries please let us know via this form.

Last update: 18th May 2020

Emmaus Salford

All three charity stores have temporarily closed. All collections and deliveries have also been suspended for the time being in order to keep everyone safe.

Please do not drop off donations at any of the shops as they will all be closed.

Lucie’s Pantry social supermarket remains open as usual. 

Read the full update here.

Mustard Tree

Mustard Tree Eccles, 15 Southway, Eccles Precinct, M30 0LJ

0161 505 0976

Opening times: Monday - Wednesday 10am – 2pm

Mustard Tree Little Hulton, Haysbrook Avenue, Little Hulton, Manchester M28 0BA

0161 505 0974

Opening times: Tuesday - Wednesday 10am – 2pm

Priority food needed is:

Tinned meatballs // tinned ravioli // tinned sausage and beans // tinned veg // tinned new potatoes // tinned fruit // tinned sardines and mackerel // tinned rice pudding

UHT milk // ready meals // corned beef // powdered mash // pot noodles // rice // pasta

You can view the full list of items needed here.

Website: www.mustardtree.org.uk/

Irlam and Cadishead Foodbank

Boundary Road Methodist Church, Boundary Road, Irlam, M44 6HD

Opening times: Open to issue food parcels and advice each Tuesday from 10am - 12pm

Website: https://irlamcadishead.foodbank.org.uk/

Salford Foodbanks

The central collection point is at: Mocha Parade, Christ Central, Mocha Parade, Lower Broughton, Salford, M7 1QE

Website: https://salford.foodbank.org.uk/

Salford Foodbank has made changes to their voucher system. Read in full here.

Salford Loaves and Fishes

1 Paddington Close, Salford, M6 5PL

0161 737 8775

Salford Food Share Network

Salford Food Share Network have a list of local foodbanks, which you can view here.

You can also be a good neighbour by donating:

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Donate to the Salford 4 Good - Emergency Response Fund (COVID 19) fundraiser.

 

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Salford, M30 0FN

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Email: office@salfordcvs.co.uk

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