- 971 Upper Newtownards Road, , Dundonald , Belfast, Co Down, BT16 1RL
- Contact Person
- Telephone Number
- 028 9543 5310
- Email Address
- Web Address
Every day people in the UK go hungry for reasons ranging from redundancy to receiving an unexpected bill on a low income. Trussell Trust foodbanks provide a minimum of three days emergency food and support to people experiencing crisis in the UK.
NO FOOD? And NO MONEY to buy any?
No one needs to go to bed hungry
Sudden job loss
The Foodbank can provide 3 days emergency food supply
The following orginisations support our work by identifying individuals and families who are in real need...
Ballybeen womens centre, Brooklands Primary school, Dundonald Presbyterian, Christ church Dundonald, Dundonald Baptist, Dundonald Elim, Christians against poverty, Church of God Glenmachan, Community Learning Disability Team, Dundonald High School, Dundonald medical centre, East Belfast Citizens advice Bureau, East belfast independant advice centre, East Belfast surestart, Gateway social services, Home start east Belfast, Knock Methodist, St Marys Dundonald, Dundonald Methodist, Peter Robinson MLA, Sammy Douglas MLA, Jim Shannon MP, Simon community, St Vincent de Paul and Tullycarnet Presbyterian church.
They can give you a voucher to obtain food.
If you have a completed foodbank voucher, please bring it to the Food Bank:
These are the times when we are open:
Monday: 9am - 12.00noon
Wednesday: 9am - 12.00noon
Friday: 9am - 12.00noon
For more information, please contact us:
We rely on food donations to feed local people in crisis. From pasta to puddings, please give in-date non-perishable food.
Please check our website to download our shopping list
- Available to Age Groups
- Category of Services
- Areas covered