Caring for local
people in crisis

Covering Canterbury, Whitstable, Herne Bay
and surrounding villages.

Feature in the Guardian looking at how steeply rising food and energy prices have affected households and the work we do at Canterbury Food Bank. The figures and statistics are alarming with food price inflation hitting a record 16.7% in the four weeks to 22 January 2023.
The article highlights not only the difficulty people are having in coping with a cost of living crisis but also how hard it is affecting support services such as ourselves trying to help.

  1. Download the BankTheFood app using the QR Code
  2. Choose Canterbury Food Bank
  3. Set a reminder to show you the list of items we need when you go shopping
  4. Buy the items you want to donate and put them in the food bank donation bin
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Canterbury Food Bank Reverse Advent

Christmas is the charity’s busiest time of year and we spend months planning how we are going to meet the level of demand faced during the winter and festive period.
In November we would love it if you could help us – in your home, office, school, church or community group. 
Our reverse advent scheme is a chance to make a huge difference to local families.
Team up with your family, neighbours, friends, colleagues and see if you can tackle the list on our flyer.
Please see the list of drop off points.  Any questions email
We need as many people involved as possible, in whatever way possible.

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