Ensuring that everyone in our local community has food on their table is a key area of concern for Nunhead Knocks. In response, we have established NunUnFed where we are collecting food donations to provide local people, community groups and food banks with food parcels

Food parcels

We prepare food parcels for individuals and households across the area who have requested our support, using items and funds donated by local residents and businesses. Parcels are delivered direct to your door if you are self-isolating.

What's inside a box?

The contents can vary depending on donations but a standard food box will typically include pasta, rice, tinned tomatoes, soup, tuna, chickpeas, cereal, tea or coffee, loo paper and basic toiletries.

Request a food parcel

Let us know you need a food parcel by getting in touch.

Refer someone for a food parcel

If you have a friend, family member or neighbour that you think could benefit from a food parcel, let us know using this form. A member of the NunUnFed team will get in touch to find out more.

Essential good and household item parcels

How to donate

If you are able to give any items that could help others in the community, we have a few different locations you can drop them off to.

Nunhead Donation station

The Green, Nunhead Community Centre
5 Nunhead Green, Nunhead, SE15 3QQ
Monday to Friday from 1pm to 3pm
Can accept large and bulk donations, but no perishables.

A full list of items that we are in need of is available here

Hyper local foodbanks

Some of our volunteers have also set up local donations stations in their areas; click here to find the closest one to you. If you would like to set up your own hyper-local donation station in your front garden, get in touch here

Local businesses

If you are a local business who would like to donate surplus items or a restaurant or cafe that would like to cook meals; get in touch here.

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