1,948 people have been helped by Chichester District Foodbank during the last year. Please download the PDF report for... Read more

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Chichester District Foodbank

Mon   2pm – 4pm
Wed   2pm – 4pm
Fri   4pm – 6pm

Chichester Family Church
21 Orchard Street, Chichester, PO19 1DD


Selsey Satellite

Fri   4pm – 6pm

Selsey Methodist Church
High Street, Selsey, PO20 0QJ


Petworth Satellite

Weekdays   9am – 5pm

Tel. 07501 921617
more details


Midhurst Satellite

Fri   3pm – 5pm

St Anne’s Hall, St Anne’s Hill, Midhurst, GU29 9NN


Please note that Foodbanks will be closed on Bank Holidays.


For enquiries please email us at:

Donate Food

We rely on food donations to feed local people in crisis.

Please donate in-date non-perishable food – see our generic donation list.

Chichester District Foodbank's most urgently required donations are:
smash, vegetables - carrots, green beans etc, tinned fruit, fruit juice, sponge puddings, UHT milk, sugar, hot chocolate, feminine hygiene, and toiletries.

Please can you take all donations to:
St John's Hall, St John's Street, Chichester, PO19 1UR.

Opening times:

Mon   2pm – 4pm
Wed   9.30am – noon
Fri   9.30am – noon
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