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Surbiton | Community Support & Development


Raised in 2024




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Kingston Foodbank was set up in December 2011 as part of the Trussell Trust national network of foodbanks. Working in partnership with front line agencies across the Borough, clients are referred to the foodbank to receive 3-4 days worth of food. Where there is a low income or no financial safety net or savings, an unexpected bill or reduction in income can push a family into crisis, unable to buy basic food. Food is donated by local churches, schools, businesses and individuals to meet the need

Why the community needs us
Kingston Foodbank is already well established as a key player in the poverty reduction strategy in the borough, and partners with over 220 front line agencies who distribute vouchers. The whole community is responding to local needs by volunteering time and through the generous food donations that go to making such a difference in the lives of local people facing crisis. Our aim is to make sure that no individual or family need to go hungry in Kingston today.

Our impact on the community
Over 125 tonnes of food has been donated in the last 5 years of operation and more than two tonnes of food is distributed to local people in crisis every month. In the last 5 years more than 23,000 local people - one third are children - have received emergency food. The success of Kingston Foodbank has led to foodbanks starting in two neighbouring boroughs

What your gift could provide


will pay for some toiletries and household cleaning materials


will pay for one crate of food for 1 adult or a couple


will add some toilteries and household cleaninig material to a crate

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