You will be welcomed by volunteers who will prepare your food parcel.
“The volunteers at the foodbank were so lovely, they listened to me and made me feel human again. It was the first place I didn’t feel judged”
We know that crisis can strike anyone and we also understand how difficult it can be to think about walking through a foodbank door. That’s why our foodbank volunteers aim to welcome everyone who comes to the foodbank with compassion, kindness and a listening ear.
Meeting your needs
Your foodbank voucher/code will be exchanged for three days of emergency food. We want to make sure that we give you the right food to meet your needs.
Preparing your food
Your food will be handed to you in pre-prepared parcels. At some of our centres you will be able to a enjoy a warm drink, and if you want to, have a chat with the volunteers and maybe get advice on your ongoing situation. At Swinton and Walkden Gateways and at Broughton Hub, they will advise you on other services available.
The welcome is different, but just as caring.
Your food parcel will be packed into supermarket carrier bags. If you prefer to bring your own bags those can be used instead.
Practical guidance and support
Following your visit to us, if you need support beyond what we are able to give, we suggest that you contact Salford Citizens Advice on 07494 498678, 07957 162327 or Spirit of Salford on 0800 952 1000.