17 May 23
Download the free BanktheFood app via your app store and search for Redbridge Foodbank using the postcode finder. Here you can find a regularly updated list of our urgently needed items and our drop-off points. The app will even send you a helpful ‘ping’ with a reminder of the items we need when you are shopping in your […]
31 Oct 22
Christmas is a time for celebration and reflection, but it’s a sad fact that many people in our community will likely spend the festive season hungry. Now more than ever your donations will help someone in need and make a big difference this Christmas. How to participate: For 24 days, from Tuesday 1st November, buy the […]
31 May 22
Redbridge Foodbank will be closed Friday 3rd June for the Platinum Jubilee Bank Holiday and re-open, as usual, 10am Saturday 4th June at our Jubilee Church and Grange Hill Methodist Foodbank Centres.
29 Apr 22
Redbridge Foodbank is looking for Trustees to join its board and voluntarily serve the community in this way. If you feel that you would like to be part of our team, then please do review the role description.
20 Apr 22
The location of this new centre (our fourth) will provide easier access to people that live in close proximity to the E18 area who are referred to our service. A huge thank you to Pastor Jonathan Somerville and his team at Woodford Baptist Church who have generously provided this additional space for our Foodbank operation. […]
16 Mar 22
On Saturday, 19th March 2022, we will open another Foodbank Centre at Grange Hill Methodist Church. The location of this new centre will provide easier access to people that live in close proximity to the IG7 area who are referred to our service. We are grateful to Deacon Andy Packer and his team at Grange […]
26 Nov 21
With Christmas fast approaching it is time to announce our opening hours for the Christmas Season This Christmas we will have our last foodbank session on Wednesday the 22nd of December 2021. We will then reopen on 4th January 2022.
30 Oct 21
Christmas is a time for celebration and reflection, but it’s a sad fact that many people in our community will likely spend the festive season hungry. Rising fuel and heating expenditure, extra costs incurred by school holidays and benefit delays are just some of the reasons why more people use our service in December HOW […]