Cost of Living – Food Vouchers
On this page you will find information on a range of organisations proving support with food vouchers.
Disability Solutions West Midlands aims to enable people who are affected by disability to fully participate and integrate into all aspects of modern society through the provision of accessible, quality assured client led services that meet the needs of people with a disability or long-term, life-limiting health condition.
Citizens Advice Staffordshire North & Stoke on Trent are part of a network of independent charities that offers confidential advice online, over the phone, and in person, for free.
We provide advice, information and support to local people mainly with social welfare law issues, such as social security benefits, debt, housing, employment and immigration.
Tuesdays & Thursdays 9:00-12:00, Fridays 8:45-12:00
Middleport Matters is a not for profit organisation that wants to help Middleport become a safe, thriving and welcoming place for everyone. Come along for a free drink and either biscuits or toast, access to free WiFi, use of laptops and iPads for digital support and assistance, sit with team members for a listening ear and social interaction, warmth and a smile!
Fegg Hayes Futures runs The Hub @ST6, in Fegg Hayes. We offer a wide rage of support to our community, from providing free food for anyone who needs it via our fareshare scheme, to offering supported volunteer opportunities to those wanting to occupy some time whilst also giving back to their neighbourhood.
The Into Schools Project can provide food vouchers. We offer advice about financial support and can help clients raise issues with migrant Help. We give out donations of uniforms, essential items, toys, and clothes.