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Harvest Festival

Thank you to everyone who donated for our Harvest Festival. Swindon Food Bank are very appreciative of our contributions and will be collecting the approximate 700 items later today.

Together we can help stop hunger....

Swindon Foodbank people care passionately about their local community. They want to actively help others in need in their neighbourhoods.

People don't go hungry in Swindon - do they?

You would be forgiven for thinking that Swindon is an affluent town with little or no poverty problems. But, just scratch the surface and you’ll realise that the need for a crisis support organisation in Swindon is great: There are an estimated 30,500 income deprived people living in the town. 

Although Swindon is relatively prosperous there are parts of Swindon that are relatively poor, with 6% of residents living in the 10% most deprived areas in the country. A further 15.2% of people in Swindon live in areas amongst the 20% most deprived nationally.

Or to put it another way - 1 in 6 adults in Swindon live close to the edge of their finances. When crisis hits - such as sudden illness, relationship breakdown, redundancy, or a large unexpected expense looms - such people have no financial safety net. The result can be a struggle to put food on the table.