Big or small, every gift you give helps transform lives.
Our ambition is that one day no one in Hull will go hungry or live in poverty. We know this is a tall order, but we strive towards this day. To achieve this, we need to have resources in place for times to come. Regular gifts can help us plan for the future and ensure that money is available where it is needed most, allowing us to provide sustainable projects that have a lasting impact.
Our foodbank is run by local people for local people – we rely on the community’s support to ensure we can continue to stop people going hungry. Can you invest in the future of our project and help us provide much-needed support to people in crisis in our community?
Could you join our 200 club? We are looking for 200 people to donate £5 a month via standing order. If you are a UK tax payer, we will also be able to claim 25p for every £1 you donate.
Download your Standing Order Form
Visit our donations page to make a donation via Credit or Debit Card.
Send your gift via cheque or CAF cheque to the address below. Please make cheques payable to Hull foodbank.
King Edward Street
Make your gift worth an extra 25% by Gift Aiding your donation. Download and return a completed Gift Aid form to us with your cheque.
For more information on Gift Aid and tax effective giving visit our Donation FAQ page.
Any gift, big or small, will provide emergency food, a warm welcome by a foodbank volunteer, as well as advice and support to someone in crisis. Legacies also help us develop new services, making sure that our foodbanks can help people break the cycle of poverty and the distress it causes.
By leaving a gift in your Will you will help Hull foodbank’s life-changing work of fighting Hull hunger and poverty to continue for generations to come.
A single gift could secure someone’s future. Contact us to find out more.
Fundraise for us:
Do you shop online? You can do it through easyfundraising.org.uk and raise a free donation for Hull Foodbank every time you shop! https://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/hullfoodbank/