There are many ways you can support Living Well:
- Donating money (monthly or as a one-off donation)
- Donating food or clothes
- Volunteering your time as a Volunteer. See our Volunteer page for more information.
Living Well relies entirely on the generosity of friends and supporters to keep going.
Setting up a monthly direct debit means we can ensure we can help our guests every month.
£2 provides a hot meal for one person
£10 provides a food bag for one person
£15 provides a family bag with extras for children
£20 provides an hour of counselling support
£0 your time! Be a volunteer!
The easiest and most efficient way to support Living Well is through regular donations. This could be as little as £2 a month or as much as you can afford. Being able to rely on regular donations means we can plan better for the future of Living Well. You can change the amount you donate or stop donations at any time. To set up a standing order with on-line banking, our account details are:
Living Well Bromley CAF Bank 405240 Account number 00025512.
Please use your name as reference. Alternatively you can complete the standing order form and send it to your bank direct.
Thank you for your support.
If you are a UK tax payer, the value of your gift can be increased by 25% under the Gift Aid Scheme at no additional cost to you. In order for us to reclaim the tax paid on your donation please complete the declaration form and return it to us at the address above. The declaration includes all previous donations in the past four years and all future donations unless you instruct us otherwise.
Donations to our foodbank are always welcome at any time of year. Donating even a single tin of food can help to make a difference to people who are struggling to feed their families and make ends meet. In particular, we welcome donations of tinned meat and fish (corned beef and tuna are always popular), beans, soup, tinned vegetables (e.g. potatoes, carrots, sweetcorn and peas) and tinned fruit (e.g. peaches, pears or mandarins). Tins with ring pulls are particularly useful for those who do not have access to a tin opener. Other popular items include instant mashed potato, pasta and easy-cook or micro-waveable pouches of rice. We also supply basic toiletries, loo paper and detergent tablets for use in washing machines and at launderettes. Because of limitations on storage, we are unable to accept fresh food and we do not give out food which is past its 'use by' date.
We cannot accept any food item that contains alcohol.
For the latest information on our current stock levels, please open the link below. This allows you to see exactly what we have in stock so that you can choose to buy the items that we are in most need of.
Donations can be dropped off at Holy Trinity Church on Tuesdays 11-1PM, Thursdays 12.30 - 2pm and Saturdays 10.30am - 12pm or we have donation bins at Sainsbury's Penge and Waitrose Bromley South.
Every Friday we provide a hot, home-cooked meal for up to 100 guests. Everyone is welcome and there is no charge for the meal. The meal is freshly prepared in our kitchen by volunteer chefs. The menu changes every week but always includes meat or fish with fresh vegetables and a home cooked pudding. Fresh fruit is always available.
It costs £2.00 per person to provide our lunch every Friday. Can you help us by sponsoring a lunch for 10, 20 or more people? To make a donation simply fill in the box above.
To sponsor lunch for 10 people = £20.00
To sponsor lunch for 20 people = £40.00
To sponsor lunch for everyone on a Friday = £200.00
If you would like to know more about our Friday lunches, or any other part of Living Well, please get in touch.
Make a one-off donation or set up a regular donation on the Local Giving website.