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It is an essential part of Muslim faith that as much as fulfilling the rights of our Creator by worshipping Him, we should also fulfill the rights of our fellow humans by helping them when they are in need. Allah Almighty says in the Qur’an:
“And they give food in spite of love for it to the needy….” (Surah Al-Insaan 76:8)

At Swansea Mosque, we provide a foodbank service, which has been running since January 2015. The main aim of opening our foodbank was simply to help the vulnerable, struggling financially or emergency crisis. We help and support people from all faiths, nationalities and backgrounds.

The foodbank provides service users with pre-packed boxes of necessary food and other items to last up to two weeks. The foodbank is a non-profitable service, which is sustained by volunteers and the good will of the community. We work in partnership with our congregation, local schools, businesses and rely on donations to provide this service.

Important Notice

The current suituation has had an impact on our food supplies and has limited what we are able to offer to our customers. For temporary period, we will be reducing the amount of items we place in customer packages. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

Foodbank will remain open. We will endeavour to keep our partners updated on a regular basis. We still require vouchers to issue supplies.

Voucher obtained from:

  • City & County of Swansea Council
  • Citizen Advice Swansea
  • Ethnic Youth Support Team (EYST)
  • Family Housing Association (FHA)
  • South Wales Police
  • Gwalia
  • Swansea Council for Voluntary Service (SCVS)


Saturdays 2pm – 4pm


Easy Collection Process:

Step 1 – Collect your food voucher from local participating organisations
Step 2 – show your voucher to a foodbank volunteer at Swansea Mosque
Step 3 – Sign and receive your parcel