Map of foodbanks to help vulnerable people in Birmingham

A map of foodbanks will help make sure people living in Birmingham and nearby areas can get the help they need.

Published by the Food Justice Network, the map contains a range of services, including foodbanks where no referral is needed.

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It also shows locations of food pantries, places offering low cost meals, and places that are free or pay-as-you-feel.

Please view the map below to find foodbanks and other assistance near you.

To open the full list of areas, click on the key icon at the top left of the map:

The Food Justice Network is a coalition of more than 200 community groups in Birmingham supporting residents in need. It is also campaigning to end food poverty and injustice. Find out more about the coalition and how to get involved, by following them on Twitter: @FJNBrum

The map uses information from the Active Wellbeing Society. Find out more at on their website: Food provision and additional support database – The Active Wellbeing Society (theaws.co.uk)

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