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Food Banks in Dumfries and Galloway

Food Banks, Food Assistance, Financial Help, Food Poverty

Food Banks provide emergency food assistance to individuals and families in need, including those experiencing poverty, unemployment, homelessness, or other challenging circumstances. Here are a list of food banks in Dumfries and Galloway. Some require a referral to be done by a partner agency and others are there for anyone to access without the need for referral.

Dumfries and Galloway have a list of Food banks in the area  
Below are some other places where food parcels may be obtained

If you feel like you are struggling financiall or are unable to budget we can provide Debt and Money assistance and advice please see the link bellow for more information

First Base Agency

First base cover a large area of the region
(open 12-2pm Mon- Friday)
6 Buccleuch St

Queen of the South Community Fridge

Palmerston Park
76-94 Terregles St

Stepping Stones Castle Douglas

Stepping Stones
198 King Street
Castle Douglas

Apex Scotland –

77-79 Friars Vennel Dumfries DG1 2RF
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 10am to 4pm
​​​​​Call: 01387 256310


River of Life Church

Dumfries Station, Lovers Walk, Dumfries DG1 1LU 
Every day 6.30pm to 7.30pm
Call: 01387 264646

Summerhill Community Centre​​​​​​​

Ballochmyle Terrace, Summerhill, Dumfries,
11am to 8pm
Call: 01387 247 344 Mob: 0774 392 4609

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