Luton Food & Warm Havens A foodbank is for anyone in crisis, who does not have enough money to buy food for themselves or their family. When you use a food bank, you will be given enough food to feed yourself and your household for about three days.
Information on this page is about a wide range of support including housing, money, school costs, employment, mental health support etc.
If you can't afford food, you can arrange an assessment to find out if you qualify for a food voucher.
- Website - https://lutonfoodbank.org.uk/get-food-from-luton-foodbank/
- Contact us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or
- calling 01582 725838 (Mon-Fri, 8.30am-4pm).
Our advisors can assess your situation and arrange food parcels where appropriate. They can also signpost you to other organisations for advice on debt, housing, etc. If you email or leave a message, we'll try to get back to you within 3 to 5 days. If we can't get through on the first attempt, we'll try again later.
You are so welcome to come along to our Drop-in. You’ll find a safe space here, a warm drink, some cake or a hot meal, shower and laundry facilities, and a place to relax and sleep if you need it.
We don’t want you to go hungry, so if you need food come along to our Drop-in sessions and pick up some essentials. You’ll be met with a warm welcome and if you need to have a chat, we’ll be more than happy to spend some time with you.
- Female guests only.
- Monday 9-11pm Wednesday 12-5pm Friday 9-11pm
- Drop-in is at 3A Upper George Street, Luton. Opposite the Town Hall, next to Treatz. The entrance is through the archway and on the left of the courtyard.
- You can phone us at 07723 481027 and one of our Encompass (Women’s Services) team will call you back.
Please be aware that this is a weekday-only number so you need to leave us a message with your name and a contact number. You can send us an email at email@example.com
Blessed is our Hands Luton: provides food parcels to the vulnerable, isolated, elderly, disabled, job loss, and low-income families. You can find them on Facebook at Bless Is Our Hands.
Everyone is welcome at FoodCycle. We know that the cost of living continues to increase, so whatever your reason for needing a meal, you are welcome to join us.
Some people come for the food. Some people come for the company. No matter your background, you’ll be greeted warmly by our friendly volunteers. FoodCycle isn’t a food bank. Food banks will provide items to be taken home to cook. FoodCycle runs Community Meals, which means we invite people to come and sit with us, around a table and enjoy a hot, nutritious meal. A disabled toilet is available. No disabled parking. Flat surfaces for walking.
- Time: Tuesdays at 5.30 pm
- Where: Luton Central Seventh-Day Adventist Church, 1 North Street, Luton, LU2 7QD
Facing the building there is a gated entrance to the right-hand side – look out for the FoodCycle sign. Please walk through the gates and our entrance is halfway down. What’s provided: free hot meal (meat-free) Provided by: Foodcycle Luton Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.