We are a community project working to serve the community and fight poverty.The Plymouth Foodbank is helping people who are in financial crisis by providing them with much needed food and also a listening ear and useful advice.

Foodbank Opening Times
Monday 1.30-3.30
Wednesday 1.30-3.30
Friday 1.30-3.30
Food can be donated Monday - Friday 9.30am-4pm
We started the project in 2008 and are part of the Trussell Trust Foodbank network.
We are a Project of Plymouth Methodist Mission Circuit Registered Charity Number 1129521. http://www.plymouthcentralhall.co.uk
An amazing 325 churches, schools, businesses, staff in all sorts of workplaces, clubs, societies and lots of individuals have collected and donated food. We are very grateful.
If your group would like to be involved, please call Katy or Eunice on  01752 254981.


Who Benefits?
  • People whose businesses have failed
  • People who have found work but are waiting for their first monthly pay packet
  • People who are on zero hours contracts.
  • Young people who are sofa surfing 
  • People who are ill and frightened.
Food Collections

Regular food collections are obtained from local community groups, businesses and schools.
Major collections are from customers at local supermarkets.  Volunteers assist for approx 1 hour and dates are usually advertised here and in the newsletter.
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Plymouth Foodbank

28 Manor Street, Stonehouse Plymouth PL1 1TW

01752 254981 plymouthfoodbank@ymail.com





If you would like to gift aid your donation and enable us to reclaim 25p in the pound, please complete and email (giftaid@plymouthfoodbank.co.uk) the gift aid form which is available here.  (Note: you must be a resident in the UK and you must pay enough UK income tax and/or capital gains tax to cover the amount of tax the charity will reclaim).

Latest News

The Herald's "Feed a Family This Christmas" campaign has got off to a great start with 20 people donating food and/or money here at the centre. We are grateful to all the donation points around the city. Also a big thanks to Jon Doonan at Quickstore for all his help as we take advantage of their offer of free storage.


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The work to replace the containers with a purpose built store has nearly finished -  see photos in gallery. Thanks to Mercury Construction, Bespoke Carpentry and Drew and Co for all their hard work. The Lord Mayor of Plymouth officially opened the store on Monday 12th January 2015.