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Foodbanks

hamilton combined christian foodbank

Phone: 07 856 2521

In order to access a food parcel you will need to call and make an appointment. You may also need a letter of decline from WINZ.


Food Bank - New Plymouth District

36 Vivian Street, New Plymouth, New Plymouth

(06) 758 2757

 

Foodbank Inglewood Community
23 Rimu Street, Inglewood, New Plymouth
(06) 756 7242

 

Stratford Community Foodbank
52 Juliet Street, Stratford
(06) 765 8054

 

Opunake & District Foodbank
Havelock Street, Opunake, South Taranaki
(06) 761 8777


Hawera Foodbank (Inc)
Albion Street, Hawera, South Taranaki
(06) 278 6615


Otorohanga Community Foodbank
120 Maniapoto Street, Otorohanga, Otorohanga
(07) 873 8156
 

meals available in hamilton

Monday

Methodist City Action

Methodist Centre

62 London St

12 noon

$1

 

Fairfield Baptist

1101 Heaphy Tce

12.15pm

Fortnightly (term time)

$3

Tuesday

St Mary’s Cathedral

494 Grey St

12 noon

$1

 

Phoenix House – Waikato

Indian Community Centre

22 Richmond St

6pm (fortnightly)

Free

Wednesday

Gateway Christian Centre

950 Victoria Street

5.30pm

$1

Thursday

(For Seniors 55+)

Hamilton Central Baptist Church

33 Charlemont St

12.15pm

(bookings essential)

(07) 838 0375

$8

Friday

St Vincent de Paul

42 High St

Frankton

12noon

$1

Saturday

Te Whanau Putahi

37 Oxford St

(Off Heaphy St)

12 noon church service

Mandatory for 1pm meal

$2 adult

$1 child

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