Our Response to COVID-19

In order to protect our staff, volunteers, and Brighton Food Bank clients from the spread of COVID-19, we have reluctantly taken the decision to close our doors to the public. Brighton Food Bank will continue to operate, however we ask, at this time, that those wishing to donate items to the food bank please refrain from doing so. We are operating a delivery service for our current and new clients, who will be contacted by our team regarding this service. Both schools and rest homes have closed their doors. However, our Schools and Rest Homes teams are working on ways to connect with the young and the elderly remotely. We will continue to update you with everything that is going on via social media.

For all existing food bank clients with appointments, we will make contact with you to arrange delivery of food on the day your food bank appointment had been scheduled. Please do not come to the food bank. 

For those wanting to donate items to the food bank, please give money instead by following the link below, all money given will go directly to Brighton Food Bank and will enable us to continue to operate during this pandemic.

For all existing volunteers, we ask that you do not come into the office, unless you have been asked to do so, and follow government guidelines. Necessary tasks will be carried out, subject to changes directed by the government.

We really appreciate your prayers at this time.