Free food and food banks
If you can't afford to buy food
Brighton & Hove City Council
Other places to go for help
Brighton & Hove Food Partnership
Brighton Cooking Club
If you don’t have enough to eat, you can’t cook for yourself or you’re struggling to get out and shop, get in touch with Brighton Cooking Club. They’ll try and pair you up with someone who lives nearby and can drop off a home cooked meal for you.
Across the city
East Brighton Food Co-op
East Brighton Food Co-op is delivering free or low-cost hot meals and food parcels in east Brighton.
If you can’t leave your home because of coronavirus and live in Moulsecoomb or Bevendean, The Bevy can deliver a hot meal to you.
Moulsecoomb and Bevendean
Food and Friendship
If you or someone you know lives in Hove and is isolated and needs food, contact Food and Friendship to see if they can deliver a meal.
Weald Community Fridge
The Weald Community Fridge is open from 10am until 1pm on Thursdays for anybody to come and collect food. If you can’t get out to pick food up, they maybe able to deliver on Sundays – give them a call or an email to find out.
Thursdays, 10am to 1pm