Salford Foodbanks and Food Clubs

Donate goods

Donate to your local foodbank or food club.

Donation points

You can donate to local foodbanks via donation points in supermarkets or at designated drop off slots at your local food bank, club or charity.

Please see the information lower down this page for the individual arrangements each organisation has in place for accepting donations. Alternatively, you can contact the organisation directly.

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.

Food banks, clubs and charities

Emmaus Salford

Unfortunately, due to the large volume of donations received following Emmaus Salford's reopening, they are unable to accept any shop donations until further notice.

This includes both collections and drop-off donations. You can check for updates on this here.

Lucie’s Pantry social supermarket remains open as usual. 

Little Hulton Big Local

Little Hulton Big Local run a Food Club at their hub every Wednesday from 9.30am - 2pm. 

You can support the food club by donating cans, toiletries or dry goods. Donations can be left at the Community Hub 27- 29 Little Hulton District Centre M28 0BA. Contact LHBL on or call 0161 790 7072.

Mustard Tree

If donations can fit into a car, Mustard Tree would be grateful if you could drop them off at their hubs during opening times (they can be left outside the shutters to minimise contact). For larger food donations, Mustard Tree can arrange a collection – please call 0161 850 2282 or email to arrange. 

Please note that they are currently prioritising essential food items (listed here) over all other donations.

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

Currently closed.


Irlam and Cadishead Foodbank

The team of volunteers will be available to receive food donations at Boundary Road Methodist Church, on Monday afternoons, 2pm - 3pm.

View the list of urgently needed food items here.

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

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


Salford Foodbanks

View the list of places they are accepting donations and the list of items they are currently running low on here.


Salford Loaves and Fishes

View the list of donations they are currently accepting here.

1 Paddington Close, Salford, M6 5PL

Opening times: Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday 9:30am - 12:30pm

0161 737 8775

Salford Food Share Network

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

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