> Camden Food Bank: Anyone coming to the foodbank needs to have a valid foodbank voucher. How to get one here: https://camden.foodbank.org.uk/get-help/
RCCG City Church, 14 Pratt Mews, London NW1 0AD. Open Tues & Fri, 11.30am -3.30pm. Phone them: 020 7387 4551 (daily 11.30am to 3.30pm).
> Kentish Town Community Centre Food Bank ‘The Pantry’: People can be referred by an organisation or statutory service – use the referral form at https://www.ktcc.org.uk/ktcc-foodbank. OR you can self-refer - cost is £3 to choose 10 items. Call them before going.
17 Busby Place, London, NW5 2SP Phone them: 0207 482 3212 (10am-4pm Monday - Friday).
> Food banks in other parts of London: where to find your closest one https://www.trusselltrust.org/get-help/find-a-foodbank/
> Food For All: Free meals for the public served Monday to Saturday in different venues on a fully open walk-up basis – no voucher or form-filling needed. Details at: https://foodforalluk.com/london/
- Kentish Town (behind library): 12pm – 1pm
- St Giles Hotel, Bedford Avenue 12.00pm – 1.30pm Monday to Friday
- Camden Town (Inverness St x Arlington Road): 1pm – 2pm
- Kings Cross (York Way): 2pm – 2.30pm
- Trafalgar Square: 1.30pm – 3pm (also 6.30pm – 8pm Fridays)
- Lincoln’s Inn Fields: 7pm – 8pm
> Covid-19 Emergency food parcels: Help to get essential items if you are quarantining/staying at home to protect yourself and others from coronavirus.
Camden Council: COVID-19 helpline 020 7974 4444 (option 9), or see here for a list of community organisations offering food to residents staying at home and other practical info on how to access food, shopping and other supplies.
Islington Council: We Are Islington helpline: 020 7527 8222
Mutual Aid groups – look out for leaflets put out by your local group which provide a contact number.
> End Child Food Poverty: Marcus Rashford’s website lists places to get help near you when you put in your postcode https://endchildfoodpoverty.org/