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Our Help & Support page will give you links for help in Swansea. We are all having a difficult times so please take advantage and do no feel it's not for you. Do not feel ashamed or embarrassed, it is not your fault, and so many of us are now feeling the pressure of food, gas and electricity price increases that we thought we would never experience. You will get a welcome everywhere. Please tell us about other links you feel we should include, places and events that will help us all.

Places in Swansea offer help and support

Please check before attending to see requirements. Some require vouchers and others have different criteria. All will welcome and support you in confidence.

Matt's Cafe - Pay what you can afford

Various times for sit-down and takeaway

 84 High Street, SA1 1LW

07708 115903


Zac's Place

The Gospel Hall, George Street, SA1 4HH

St Thomas Church

Local Foodbank, cafe and emergency beds

Lewis Street, St Thomas, SA1 8BP

The Community Fridge

Open Every Wednesday 12.30 - 2.30pm

The Customs House, Cambrian Place, The Marina, SA1 1RG

Food Cycle Townhill

Free meals Monday 6.30, last meal served 7.15

The Phoenix Centre, Powys Avenue, Townhill, SA1 6PH

020 7729 2775

The Community Centre Church Sketty

Free breakfasts Thursday morning

55 Gower Rd, Sketty, SA2 9BH

Birchgove Foodbank

Open Every Wednesday & Fridays 12.00 - 2.30pm

Birchgrove Community Centre, Lon Gwesyn, SA7 9LD

07936 035419

Blaenymaes Drop-In Centre Foodbank & Foodshare

Foodbank by appointmnt

Foodshare:Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays 10.30- 12.30

89-90 Blaenymaes Drive, SA5 5NR

07594 605658

Clase Foodbank

Wednesdays 10-00-11.00

Longview Drive, SA6 7HH


Eastside Foodbank

Fridays 11.00 am until food parcels exhausted

Mount Zion Baptist Church, 94 Mansel Road, SA1 7JR


​Missionaries of Charity Mother Theresa Trust

Free meals Sundays, Wednesdays, Fridays 3.00-4.00

235-6 The Strand, SA1 2AW

​North Gower Food Hub

Open Tuesdays & Friday mornings by apopointment


07989 214487

Ogof Adullam

Drop-in centre offering a place of refuge to individuals experiencing homelessness and alcohol and drug addiction as well as providing a point of contact for prison leavers and asylum seekers.

Penlan Methodist Church, Heol Gwyrosydd, SA5 9BX

Facebook page for Ogof Adullah

Pontardullais Foodbank

Foodbank Mondays & Wednesdays 12.00-4.00

Emergencies 1 hour a day when possible (excluding weekends)

28 Dullais Road, SA4 8PA

01792 885532

​Salvation Army Morriston Foodbank

Wednesdays 9.00-12.00 call for a time slot

28 Morfydd Street, SA6 8BN

01792 798790

Sketty Foodbank

Wednesdays 11.00-3.00

Parklands Church Hall, Maes y Gollen, SA2 8HQ

07803 818322

​Swansea Asylum Seekers Support

07853 717017

Facebook page for Swansea Asylum Seekers Support


Swansea Community Fridge

Wednesdays 12.30-2.30

Cambrian Place, SA1 1RD

01792 646071



​Swansea Foodbank Clydach

Tuesdays 10.00-12.00

Ty Croeso, 97 High Street, SA6 5LN

07815 534095

Swansea Foodbank Gorseignon

Thursdays 10.00-12.00

St Catherines Hall, Princess Street, SA4 4US

07815 534095

​Swansea Foodbank Mumbles

Mondays 1.00-3.00Heol Frank, SA5 7AH

Red Community Project, 646 Mumbles Road, SA3 4EA

07815 534095

Swansea Foodbank Penlan

Fridays 10.00-12.00

South Penlan Community Centre, Heol Frank, SA5 7AH

07815 534095


Swansea Foodbank St Thomas

Monday - Friday 10.00-1.00

St Thomas Street, Lewis Street, SA1 8BP

07815 534095


​Swansea Foodbank Uplands

Fridays 11.00-1.00

Life Point Church, Fynone Road, SA1 8BT

07815 534095


​Swansea Mosque Foodbank

Sundays 1.00-2.00

Swansea Mosque, 159A St Helens Road, SA1 4DG



​Centre for African Entrepreneurship Foodbank

Tuesdays and Fridays

222B High Street, SA1 1NW

07878 564699



Ty Fforest Hub Foodbank

Various times through the week see Facebook

Facebook page for TyFforest Hub Foodbank

Unity in Diversity

Provide food, support and leaning opportunities to asylum seekers and refugees in the Swansea area

Warm Hubs in Swansea

The following places are open and welcoming to help you keep warm and save your own gas and electricity. Note that some are open in the mornings and others in the afternoons. There will be a hot drink and activities that you may wish to take part in, and of course others to talk to. Everyone is welcome at these community places.

​Monday (9am until 1pm)

The Poppy Lounge, Park View Terrace, Sketty, Swansea

Monday (2pm until 6pm)

St Michael's Church, Manor Road, Manselton, Swansea

Tuesday (9am until 1pm)

Sketty Community Church, Carnglas Road, Swansea

Tuesday (2pm until 6pm)

Christ Well, Manselton Road, Manselton, Swansea

Wednesday (9am until 1pm)

St Paul's Parish Centre, De-la-Beche Road, Swansea

Wednesday (2pm until 6pm)

Circus Eruption, Stepney Street, Cwmbwrla, Swansea

Thursday (9am until 1pm)

Seventh Day Adventist Church, Gower Road, Swansea

Thursday (1pm until 5pm)

Wesleyan Church, Eaton Road, Brynhyfryd, Swansea

Friday (1.30pm until 4pm)

Parklands Church, Maes y Gollen, Swansea

Friday (2pm until 6pm)

St Michael's Church, Manor Road, Swansea

Saturday (10am until 1pm)

Brynhyfryd Library, Llangyfelach Road, Brynhyfryd Swansea


Morrisons are offering a free hot meal of baked potato and heinz baked beans to anyone who goes to the restaurant there and "asks for Henry"

And here is the story behind the offer:

Jojo De Noronha, President Northern Europe at Heinz said: “October marks the birthday of a very special member of the Heinz family, our founder Henry J. Heinz. Henry brought comfort and goodness to others, not just through his food but his actions.

"We want to honour his good heart and kind spirit by doing what he did best, helping feed people in times of need. That’s why we’re launching ‘ask for Henry’ with our partner Morrisons on 26 October.

"We believe everyone deserves the goodness, comfort and warmth a can of Heinz Beanz can bring. Whilst we know it doesn’t fix the problem, we hope our ‘ask for Henry’ initiative can be of some help at this difficult time for many, particularly over half term.”

Sian Whittle, Category Director of Morrisons Cafés, said: “We know that our customers are under real financial pressure at the moment and are therefore pleased to be partnering with Heinz on its ‘ask for Henry’ initiative to offer customers a free jacket potato topped with Beanz.”

So if you need a free, warming meal, simply ‘ask for Henry’ at your nearest Morrisons café , and you will be given a free Heinz Beanz and jacket potato with salad, until stocks last.

Apps that provide assistance include and

Sell & Buy second hand clothes and items

Too Good to Go

Food available at reduced prices to save from wastage


Helps manage your finances to make money go further

Local Employment Hubs

​South Tuesdays  Dyfatty Community Centre

Sian 07796 275592

East Wednesdays Caenarvon Way, Bonymaen

Bryan 07887 0555151

West Thursdays Phoenix Centre, Townhill

Kate 07980 913199

North East Sion Newydd

Adam 07070 583066492

West Fridays ARC Broughton Avenue, Blaenymaes

Kirsty 07887 055172

Websites that provide assistance include

All things affecting you personally grants

Checks whats available and if you are eligible


by Carers Wales offering help support with finances


Quadrant  Employment Hubs


FREE Support to help you on your route to employment

Monday - Friday 10am - 3pm

Tel: 01792 578632  e-mail

Links with many employers helping with their recruitment including NHS, Ninja Arrior UK, Optimal Security and Swansea Council.

Contact the friendly Engagement Team now:

Lynne Bogdan 07584 491953

Ricky Simpson 07900 702835

Zoe Kent 07900 702717

Swansea Working FREE Courses

Want help in training? Free courses to help you in Construction, Food Hygiene, Care, Security, First Aid, Beauty, Retail and many more.

ALSO courses in digital equipment, essential literacy and numeracy skills, confidence building and qualifications to access higher level courses at college or university

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