What we do

We provide a food parcel for anyone who cannot  afford to buy food – whatever the reason. Service users are required to bring their own bags

 We do not means test and we do not ask to see any paperwork; however people will have a short interview      

 We provide hot drinks and food when we are open

 We collect donations of food, toiletries and other basics

 We offer support including signposting to other agencies who can help

 We gather information to campaign and highlight the issues of poverty  and deprivation

Unfortunately, we are not able to provide furniture- see useful links page for organisations that may be of help

You can help by

You can donate the following items:

Soups/Tins of savoury food Tinned Vegetables
Tinned meat/fish Tinned Fruit
Noodles Cereal
Pasta/rice Custard and rice pudding
Pasta and curry sauces Shampoo and conditioner
Tea and coffee Soap/shaving gel or foam
Baked beans and spaghetti   Deodorant Laundry tablets/capsules
  •  Items can be left in collection boxes provided throughout the area, including Morrisons in Todmorden and the Co-op in Hebden Bridge. Larger donations can be left at Todmorden College, at any time during normal working hours.


You can support our £6 pledge appeal. We give out food to between 80 and 100 households each week,so by donating £6 a month you can change a life.  A standing order for £6 a month can be made through the Todmorden Food Drop In Bank account as follows:

Yorkshire Bank. Sort Code: 05-09-59 Account Number: 39388464 

You can give a donation or regular gift through https://www.localgiving.com/todfooddropin

 You can have one of our speakers come to your group to tell you about Todmorden Food Drop In