Billericay Food Bank

Man stacking shelves in food bank

St. John's is the host for the Billericay Food Bank which has been serving the needy since March 2018.

There are two aspects to this work:

  1. Receiving Donations, and
  2. Meeting Need

Can you help us help others in Billericay by purchasing something extra today?

Products needed

The Billericay Food Bank needs long life products, including:

  • Canned meals
  • Nappies
  • Canned meat
  • Sanitary products
  • UHT milk
  • Shaving equipment
  • Canned potatoes
  • Soap
  • Canned vegetables
  • Shampoo
  • Pasta sauces
  • Deodorant
  • Soup/Noodles
  • Wipes
  • Cereals
  • Toilet Roll
  • Canned/Dried desserts
  • Tooth Brushes
  • Tea/Coffee
  • Toothpaste
  • Squash
  • Brushes/Combs
  • Rice/pasta
  • Flannels/Sponges     

Where is the Billericay food bank?

Goods may be delivered to the church on Thursdays when the café staff are there 11am to 3pm, or to arrange collection or a different time please e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Meeting Need

To get help for yourself or for someone else in a difficult situation without enough money to buy food or other household requisites, you may contact the Billericay Emergency Food Bank. It is here to help you through this difficult time. It should be possible to help you "top up" supplies for a few weeks.

You may call the dedicated phone number 07707 466262 to make an appointment to come to the Food Bank. This will usually be on a Tuesday afternoon.

When you come to the Food Bank, please bring some documentation, so that we can understand your needs.

If you cannot get out and about we may be able to visit you. If you are not able to carry your supplies home from the food bank, we may be able to deliver for you.

More information

We aim to keep this content up to date, but we recommend visiting the official Billericay Food Bank web page here: 

There is also other resources available if you require support or wish to donate to Food Banks:

Image credit: Trussell Trust