In the Community
Hosted by Cranleigh Baptist Church on the 1st, 3rd and 5th Friday of every month.
By the Community
Cranleigh Food Bank is managed and organised by members of the local Churches in Cranleigh with volunteers from across the local community. Staff from outside agencies are often on hand to offer information and guidance and in emergency circumstances, food vouchers may be arranged during the session.
The Steering Committee, overseeing the management of the Food Bank:
Rosslyn Doney - Chair
Stella Halloran - Treasurer
Ian Russell - Volunteer Coordinator
Susan Mason - Stock Coordinator
Roxanne Schumacher - Statistics and Media Coordinator
For the Community
No one need to go hungry - for people on low income, a sudden crisis: redundancy, benefit delay, debt, delayed wages or sickness can mean going without food.
We provide food parcels of non perishable items lasting a minimum of 3 days; a typical food parcel contains cereals, soups, baked beans, tinned tomatoes /potatoes / vegetables / fruits / meat and tinned fish, puddings, biscuits, pasta, rice,
tea or coffee, fruit juice, milk and sugar. We also provide toiletries and baby essentials when needed.
We endeavour to assist in any way possible by signposting people to agencies able to solve longer-term problems or by setting up, when possible, any other forms of help or guidance as appropriate.
We also run a Drop-in Cafe, open to anyone in the community, offering free tea, coffee, cakes as well as a friendly face and a listening ear. PLEASE NOTE THAT DUE TO COVID-19, THE CAFE HAS BEEN SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.