Need Food?

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Could we help?

Need food? Please fill out the form to the right to enquire.

Canterbury Food Bank can provide a food parcel that would last you (and your family) for at least three days and can cater for special dietary requirements. If you have allergies please check the ingredients as we cannot guarantee that the food parcel will be allergen free.

Staff are available to take calls between 9am and 2pm weekdays on 01227 936450 option 2.  

Please note that in completing the contact form, you are agreeing to receive further communications from Canterbury Food Bank.

Our organisation has staff who have completed the ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training) program, which has equipped them with the skills and knowledge to provide suicide intervention support to individuals in crisis.

Zero tolerance statement

Canterbury Food Bank is committed to providing good customer service. The safety and wellbeing of our staff and volunteers is of paramount importance.

Canterbury Food Bank staff and volunteers have the right to be treated with dignity and respect and work in a safe environment free from bullying and harassment. We therefore operate a strict no tolerance policy to swearing, shouting and verbal abuse, and we reserve the right to terminate any call or cease contact with anyone who fails to meet these standards.

Contact us about your needs:


Please complete all fields and click the “Send” button

Or call 01227 936450

Calls may be recorded for training and monitoring purposes.

Where we cover:

See the map for an outline of the districts we cover.

Or click the button provided to be taken to an interactive map.

Map of districts covered by charity
Map of districts covered by charity

Zero Tolerance Policy

Canterbury Food Bank is committed to providing good customer service. The safety and wellbeing of our staff and volunteers is of paramount importance.

Canterbury Food Bank staff and volunteers have the right to be treated with dignity and respect and work in a safe environment free from bullying and harassment. We therefore operate a strict no tolerance policy to swearing, shouting and verbal abuse, and we reserve the right to terminate any call or cease contact with anyone who fails to meet these standards.

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