How to donate to the Haslemere Food Bank

The Food Bank takes in donations and makes them available free of charge to others.

If you would like to support the Food Bank, this can be done by taking donated goods directly to the Methodist Church during Food Bank opening times, on a Wednesday or Friday morning between 10 a.m. and 12 p.m. Alternatively, you can donate at any time at one of our collection boxes at our Trolley Tuesday locations as well as at the following locations during store opening hours:

Tesco Haslemere
Waitrose Haslemere

Please note that Tesco also has a collection point for Fareshare and the Trussell Trust. We would not discourage people from donating to them, but if you wish to donate to your local Food Bank, please check that you are using the right collection point. Thank you!

Thank you to those kind people who regularly donate.

If you wish to make a monetary donation to the Haslemere Food Bank, you can do so at our Just Giving page.  Thank you.

Can you donate any of these items?

All in date, unopened tinned and packaged food items, sanitary products and domestic cleaning products are very much appreciated. With some items more in need than others, donations of the items listed below are particularly welcome:

Urgently Required:

Baked beans
Tinned pasta (spaghetti, ravioli etc)
Packet puddings
Jam / marmalade
Custard
Rice pudding
Tinned vegetables
Tinned fish
Tinned meat meals
Soup
Couscous
Rice
Oats
Hot Chocolate
Coffee
Pasta sauce
Tinned Tomatoes
Cereal
UHT milk
Tea bags
Shower Gel
Toilet roll
Bar soaps
Washing Powder/Liquids
Shower Gel
Toothpaste
Sweet Treats
Savoury snacks

Thank you for your support for the Food Bank. With your help, we will be able to help as many people as possible in our community who find themselves in need of support.

A huge thank you to those who have already donated and to those kind people who regularly donate.

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