South Sefton Food Bank
St Leonard's Youth & Community Centre is the Hub for the South Sefton Foodbanks. It is part of the Trussell Trust initiative providing services to the Bootle area and the surrounding wards and parishes via a total of 10 local food bank centres.
The Centres & Opening Times
Monday 11:00-2:00pm - L30 Centre, Stoneyfield Netherton
Monday 11:00-2:00pm Inclusion Network, King Avenue, Bootle
Monday 1:00-3:00pm Waterloo Town Hall, Great Georges Road, Waterloo
Tuesday 11:00-2:00pm - Caradoc Mission, 165 Seaforth Road, Liverpool, L22 1RB
Tuesday 10:00-12:00pm Maghull Methodist Church, Liverpool Road North, Maghull
Wednesday 11:00-2:00pm- Litherland Youth & Community Centre, 41 Sefton Road, Litherland
Thursday 11:00-2:00pm- St Oswalds Church Centre, Ronald Ross Avenue, Netherton
Thursday 1:00-3:00pm Waterloo Town Hall, Great Georges Road, Waterloo
Friday 10:30-2:30pm St Leonard's Youth & Community Centre, 60 Peel Road Bootle
Friday 11:00-2:00pm Linacre Mission, 123 Linacre Road, Litherland
Friday 1:00-3:00pm Waterloo Town Hall, Great Georges Road, Waterloo
Friday 12:00-2:00pm The Hope Centre, Aintree Lane, Old Roan
The foodbank warehouse is based in Waterloo Town Hall, all donations are sorted and processed in this warehouse. We work closely with the schools during Harvest, World Food day and Easter to generate donations to the foodbank. If you would like any information on how to donate food or work more closely to generate extra donations, please contact Gayle (Foodbank Coordinator) on 0151 934 3055 for more information.
South Sefton Foodbank has over 120 volunteers working at the foodbank centres and in the warehouse. We work with corporate volunteers too, who really help during our busier periods. If you would like any further information on volunteering/corporate volunteering at the foodbank, please contact Gayle (Foodbank Coordinator on 0151 934 3055) for more information.
If you would like information on how to obtain a food voucher, please call 0151 933 1300 or email