Coronavirus: Where To Get Help

The Real Junk Food Project Birmingham is busier than ever!!


Our volunteers are working hard 7 days a week to collect and redistribute food, and we’re working in partnership with The Active Wellbeing Society, Birmingham City Council and others to ensure it goes where it needs to.

If you are feeling lonely and need a friendly chat, or need some help to pick up urgent supplies during self-isolation then please don’t hesitate to contact by clicking on the button above and completing the form there, or by calling 0121 728 7030 during office hours.

You can use the form to request food, transport, information, a friendly chat or advice, advice on staying at home, or emergency non-food supplies. Or all of the above!

Please note this support is currently only available for Birmingham residents, but the link does list other sources of support in nearby areas.

If you’re able to get out and about, we’re distributing food bags at the following venues and times (click on the hyperlinks for address/map):

Sun
MonKings Heath 12 – 2
Tue
WedLadywood 12 – 2
ThuWinson Green 10 – 2Ladywood 12 – 2
FriKings Heath 12 – 2Ladywood 12 – 2
SatWinson Green 10 – 12

If you’re an organisation looking for support, you can request help by clicking the button below or by calling 0121 728 7030 during office hours.

Keep watching Facebook and Twitter for the most up-to-date info of what we’re doing, where, and when. Our project is and remains for everyone, all are welcome to shop on a PayAsYouFeel basis, though please do keep following the advice on social distancing, keep washing your hands, and stay home as much as possible.

If you are able, you can volunteer to help by completing the form here:

If you have food to donate, please do let us know by emailing trjfpbrum.collect@gmail.com – we have the space and the network to ensure it will #FeedBelliesNotBins.

If you feel able, you can donate financially to our project here.

We urge you all to pull together, follow the NHS advice, look after yourselves and your neighbours, and be kind to each other.



#BrumTogether

Heart shape enclosing a person wearing a TRJFP Brum t-shirt serving food