Your business could help us make a real difference in the local community.
The support of local and national businesses is vital to the running of our foodbank. We’d love your business to help us tackle food poverty on your doorstep. There are lots of ways to get involved, from volunteering with us a team building activity, to sharing your expertise.
- Organise a fundraising event to help make sure that no-one has to go hungry.
- Sponsor or donate equipment to help with the day-to-day running of the foodbank.
- Hold a team building day – volunteer with us and see how many food donations your team can sort and pack for people in crisis.
- Ask your staff to share their workplace skills with our volunteers to make us more effective.
- Run a food drive at your offices.
If your company shares our belief that no-one should go hungry in our local area, we would love to hear from you.
To find out more about getting involved please contact us.
Our current partners include:
Our partnerships with local companies is an important part of our support network and helps us to raise funds, get the word out about our work, and provides us with valuable volunteers from local businesses.
Boyer Planning has been with the Southwark Foodbank for a few years and their partnership has grown with us, leading them to develop a relationship with the Trussell Trust and other local foodbanks across the UK. Boyer provide volunteers on the last Friday of every month for Foodbank Friday at London Bridge Station as well as running a regular pub quiz to raise funds. Boyer employees have supported us by raising money for the foodbank by taking part in sporting events.
SMG supports the foodbank with volunteers on the last Friday of the month at Foodbank Friday. SMG has also given their time to doing fundraisers and members of their team also get involved in sporting events. SMG supports the Southwark Foodbank by using their skills to help craft a Christmas campaign every year, providing us with expertise and skills to get the word out about our campaign.
Wing Ting is a chicken take away started by Joshua Ibuanokpe, of the Saracens, which donates a portion of their profits to the foodbank.