Moray Foodbank provides food parcels to people without the money or means to feed themselves properly. With the support of the Moray community we aim to provide a minimum of three days food to people in crisis. These packs will include a selection of fresh fruit and vegetables plus tinned and dried food.
Moray Foodbank works on a referral basis from many Moray agencies, for example, health visitors, social work and housing. We also accept self-referrals, please contact us for more information.
Struggling to feed you or your family? In need of urgent help? There are many reasons why you might need a helping hand.
With over £13bn of food being thrown away by families every year and at least 115,000 tonnes of perfectly good food being dumped by our supermarkets, it seems outrageous to think there are people going hungry. This is where the Food Hub can help.Call us now on 01343 208293 to learn more
Moray Food Hub takes quality supermarket waste and other surplus foods and redistributes to community groups and other food related projects. If you deliver cooking classes, run a lunch club, support those experiencing food inequality, or are working to make food more accessible please contact us to see if you could benefit.
Moray Food Hub is working with those experiencing food insecurity to offer dignity and choice in crisis food provision by developing community larders, for example, within homeless units. If you think a community larder would help your organisation or clients please let us know and we will talk you through the ins and outs of setting up a larder.
The Fairer Moray Forum is a mix of representatives from third sector and public bodies operating in the Moray area including Moray Foodbank, NHS Grampian, The Moray Council, Moray Citizens Advice Bureau, TSI Moray, REAP Scotland, DWP and the Moray MSP. The Fairer Moray Forum intends to raise awareness of poverty in the region and use direct action to tackle it.Call us now on 01343 208293 to learn more
Food poverty is the result of a complex set of issues relating to problems of insecure, inadequate and expensive housing, insecure and low paid employment, insufficient social welfare provision, poor health, and an environmentally unsustainable and socially unjust food production and distribution system. In order to begin to address food poverty it is important that a broad range of partners come together to work together to make Moray a more equal society.
In order to learn from peoples experiences, a Steering Group has been created consisting of people who have experienced food poverty and wish to share these experiences with the Fairer Moray Forum.
It is hoped that this will increase the quality of grassroots services and food strategy across Moray working together to transform the situation and create food security.
All enquiries are dealt with in the strictest confidence. Moray Foodbank is here to support you through your time of food crisis and ensure you receive all the help you are entitled to.
If you or your family are experiencing a food crisis and need the support of the Moray Foodbank, please get in touch. All enquiries are dealt with in the strictest confidence. Enquiries regarding referrals to the Foodbank should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Office hours: 9.00am - 1.00pm Mon - Fri
Moray Foodbank is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO) Charity Number SC042997