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How would you like to get involved?
Check out the Lincolnshire Good to Grow map to see what community growing is happening near you – from school gardens and care farms to community allotments, gardens and orchards.
If there’s nothing happening near you, consider starting something with your friends or neighbours.
Check out these resources, and get in touch, and we’ll do all we can to support you.
There are many roles involved in running a foodbank or community larder, including drivers, storeroom assistants, fundraisers, and more.
Find your nearest foodbank here and contact them to offer your time and find out what help they need.
Support your local foodbank
You can donate money to support local people facing a food crisis.
Find your local foodbank here, and contact them to find out how you can donate.
Ask for help
Most foodbanks require a referral from an agency, such as a social worker, to provide a food parcel. If you, or someone you know, needs help feeding themselves or their family but is not sure how to get a referral, contact your local foodbank to ask how to access support.
Food drop off points are at the foodbanks during their opening times, Lincolnshire Co-op stores and some supermarkets.
Check here for more details and locations of drop off points.
Lincoln Food Partnership
12 Mint Lane