About Us

Noor Food Bank

Our Mission

We are a non-profit organisation that aims to support the local and wider community by working against food poverty. Our goal is to make a positive impact on the life, health and wellbeing of those who are struggling. Forging relationships with local and national grocers and businesses has helped us to reduce food wastage by giving produce that would have been disposed of to those who are in need.




We asked previous volunteers and those who have received help from Noor Food Bank in the past to give a couple of sentences about our services.


I started helping at the Noor Food Bank in early December as a go-between the staff and our attendees. Being a naturally gregarious and chatty scouser I try to make them feel more comfortable about being there, as naturally given a choice nobody wants to be in this position.

Wow I don't know what to say apart from this place is absolutely amazing so friendly kind and make you feel like part of the family so blessed to have met such lovely kind hearted people. ❤❤

This is a great charity that does valuable work in the community. The staff was very helpful and willing to work around other people and willing to work with other community's, definitely 5-star thank you for your help.

Welcoming and good-hearted people.


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    Frequently Asked Questions

    We have tried our best to answer some of your most frequently asked questions regarding Noor Food Bank, but if there's something we have not covered email us at hello@noorfoodbank.co.uk

    Yes, we try to supply at least 10 days worth of food for the whole family and always take into account the number of people in the household.

    A mixture of things - we try and provide a balanced diet with fresh fruit & vegetables whenever possible.

    Yes, we can cater for different diets - just let us know beforehand if you have any allergies or religious dietary requirements.

    Pretty much all items are welcome, but the staples are pasta, pasta sauce, cereals, UHT milk, tinned soups, vegetables, beans and fruit.

    We cannot accept out of date food, however we will take damaged tinned goods.

    Your donation will help a family in food poverty eat and therefore alleviate much of the stress / anxiety they will be feeling. It saves them from having to make the choice between paying bills or buying food for the week - a decision that nobody should have to make.

    The only requirement you must meet is to be in genuine need of a food parcel.

    Once a week, however we may limit the number of times you can receive one depending on demand.

    Every little helps so please donate whatever you can, there is no minimum or maximum amount.