The list below is displaying Foodbank Advisers. There are 453 results, this is page 1 of 46.

Salvation Army - Welcome In Youth and Community Centre

Youth and community centre providing information, advice and support. Cafe. Programmes and activities for young people, families, older people, people with learning disabilities, homeless people and substance misusers. Befriending Scheme and Caring for Carers project. Family Contact centre.

To amend your services’s details on Find an Adviser please email ukadvicefinder@adviceuk.org.uk.

Cara Trust

50+ programmes: weekly social activities, health seminars, housing focused support, Home Share service, one-to-one buddying support, specialist social workers. Poverty focused programmes: African peer support group, Small grants advocacy and casework, Food bank. Summer kids activities, Employment support.

To amend your services’s details on Find an Adviser please email ukadvicefinder@adviceuk.org.uk.

Daylight Centre

Drop-in centre for homeless people and other vulnerable adults. Referrals to emergency and longer term housing. Pre-tenancy, resettlement and tenancy sustainment support. Support around life skills, meaningful occupation and employment. Showers, clothing store. Referrals to food bank. Lunch, tea and coffee. Access to phones, computers and the internet.

To amend your services’s details on Find an Adviser please email ukadvicefinder@adviceuk.org.uk.

Gatehouse

Support in the community for local people, including families and older people. Furniture re-use project for anyone on a low income. Foodbank. Dementia Hub for anybody living with or caring for somebody with Dementia.

To amend your services’s details on Find an Adviser please email ukadvicefinder@adviceuk.org.uk.

Frontline Trust

Range of services for the local community including youth and children’s work, computer classes, Foodbank, coffee morning for seniors, parent and toddler group. Services offered subject to change.

To amend your services’s details on Find an Adviser please email ukadvicefinder@adviceuk.org.uk.

Search Services for older people

Advice and Information, welfare rights, Groups and Activities, One to One support to access comunity activities or lunches via our Chain Reaction project.

To amend your services’s details on Find an Adviser please email ukadvicefinder@adviceuk.org.uk.

Northampton Jesus Centre

Day Centre & Cafe for people from every walk of life, shoppers, refugees, minority groups, homeless, business people, students, offering café, skills classes, social groups, meetup space, showers, laundry, clothing store, luggage storage, free food, recreational activities, foodbank referrals, listening, prayer, debt advise, mums & tots

To amend your services’s details on Find an Adviser please email ukadvicefinder@adviceuk.org.uk.

Bude Food Bank

Drop-in centre for the local community providing coffee/tea, a listening ear, counselling and life skills. Food Bank providing 3 days supply of food on presentation of vouchers issued by professional care workers.

To amend your services’s details on Find an Adviser please email ukadvicefinder@adviceuk.org.uk.

The Brick Homeless Project

We are a service for homeless and vulnerable people but have moved forward to deal with anyone suffering from financial hardship. We have a triage service where people can still drop in for advice and support and crisis intervention - We now have a fully operational food bank, to access by referral only. We are also point of contact for No Second Night Out for the Wigan.

To amend your services’s details on Find an Adviser please email ukadvicefinder@adviceuk.org.uk.

YMCA Mendip Routes Drop-in Advice Centre and Youth Café

Information, advice and guidance and support for 11-25 year olds within youth café environment. Support available across a range of needs including: housing/homelessness, advocacy, mental health, welfare benefits, education, job search and local employment, volunteering, debt, sexual health/ healthy relationships, substance misuse, food bank. Referrals to specialist agencies. Internet access freely available via provided computers, activities such as video gaming, board games, books and available, and youth café serving low-cost food, drinks and snacks.

To amend your services’s details on Find an Adviser please email ukadvicefinder@adviceuk.org.uk.