Foodbanks

As the coronavirus pandemic unfolds in the UK, our main priority is ensuring the safety of everyone who comes to our food bank–whether it’s someone needing help, someone volunteering their time, or someone making a donation. Things are changing quickly, so we’ll keep you updated regularly with information about what’s happening at Leeds South and East Foodbank and how people can access support and help us be there for people in crisis.

Please also check our website for regular updates, link below.

https://leedssouthandeast.foodbank.org.uk/news/  

Due to measures put in place to slow the spread of infection, we are having to temporarily close the following foodbanks;

Hunslet Methodist Church as of 18/3/2020

Rothwell Fire Station as of 19/03/2020

St John and St Barnabas Church, Belle Isle as of 20/3/2020

St Cyprians Church, Harehills as of 23/03/2020

St Andrews Church, Beeston as of 23/3/2020

Driglington Methodist Church as of 23/3/2020

As soon as we are able to reopen, we will let you know.

We’re still supporting people with emergency food but we’re running a reduced service due to measures put in place to slow the spread of infection. The foodbanks that are offering a reduced service are as follows:

4 Square Church, Osmondthorpe as of 19/3/2020

St Pauls Church, Morley as of 24/3/2020

St Richards Church, Seacroft as of 24/3/2020

Church of the Epiphany, Gipton as of 24/3/2020

St Cross Church, Middleton as of 24/3/2020

If anything changes, we’ll let you know immediately.