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ICEC Foodbank

Project Background

The main objective of the project is to help those who are struggling to make ends meet. They will provide an emergency weeks worth of groceries to individuals and families who have accommodation but are going through a crisis. The ICEC Food Bank runs every Sunday at 12pm from their centre.  All food parcels contain enough content to suffice an average size family for a week.

How to claim

There are 2 ways you can use the food bank programme:

1) Partner referral

ICEC Foodbank have partnered with a number of institutions in Wandsworth such as Primary & Secondary Schools, Citizens Advice Bureau and Katherine Lowe. The partners will carry an assessment and send through the details.

2) Self Referral

They also have autonomous service. You can complete the self referral form below. If you need help completing the form please contact ICEC Foodbank and they’ll be happy to help.

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Other way you can help

Donations – There is a food donation point located in the main foyer of the mosque. You can also make donations through their JutGiving page www.justgiving.com/campaign/icecfoodbank

Partnerships – By working together with local support groups they believe they can make a bigger difference. For more information on how to partner with them please call them on 07898 071 178.

Communication – If you come across anyone that requires food support, make them aware of this service.

Volunteer – Use this link to register your interest forms.gle/DqtJ4XtWzBMC2hpd8

Who to contact

Contact Name
Abbas Choudry
Contact Position
Trustee
Telephone
E-mail
info@icecbattersea.org.uk
Website
Food bank
Parent Organisation
Islamic Culture & Education Centre

Where to go

Name
Islamic Culture and Education Centre
Address
75, Falcon road
Battersea
Postcode
SW11 2LU
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Time / Date Details

When is it on
Sunday 12pm

Last updated: 03 Mar 2022

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