Unity Food Bank

Many people are struggling to make ends meet due to the cost of living crisis and rising energy bills, which can make daily life very difficult. We’re here to alleviate financial pressure by running the Unity Food Bank every Thursday from 9:30am to 11:30am. Anyone can simply visit The Community Hub at 501 Endike Lane and access both our food bank and our charity shop – it really is that simple.


Food bag being handed to public

Thanks to the support of local businesses and residents from across the city, we have food parcels available for people who need them. You can pick one up for just £2 for a small parcel or £4 for a family-sized bundle. We also try to suit dietary requirements where possible, so please do let us know if you require a parcel that’s vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free or suitable for any other diet.

Unity Food Bank is led by a team of passionate volunteers and operated thanks to the generous donations of FareShare, Sainsbury’s, Co-op, The Pilot pub, Farmfoods, Kingswood High School, Hull 4 Heroes and Real Aid, as well as many local businesses and members of the public. Whether you just need to access this service every now and then to reduce financial stress or want to visit us every Thursday to pick up a parcel, everyone from the HU6 area is welcome to make use of the Unity Food Bank.

Whilst you’re here, please do let us know if we can help in any other way, which could be anything from Multiply maths sessions to joining our Job Club or simply asking for one-to-one advice and guidance.


Supporting those in need

Without the food bank scheme we'd really struggle. We've seen huge increases in our costs at home and sometimes have had to skip meals to make sure we can stay on budget


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