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Community Pantries and Food Banks

Carroll Centre Food PantryCarroll Centre, Somers Close, Stanmore, Winchester, SO22 4EJ
Unit 12 - Community Food PantryUnit 12, Winnall Valley Road, Winchester, SO23 0LD
Winchester Basics Bank21a Penton Place, Milland Rd, Highcliffe, Winchester SO23 0PZ


Winchester City Council - Money, Benefits, and Bills

If you are experiencing financial hardship and need help with your housing costs and council tax, the Winchester City Council website offers information on Benefits, Support with Household Finances, Support with Bills, Debt, and Money Saving.



Household Support Fund

Help for households and families from the Household Support Fund, funded by the Department for Work and Pensions.

With the significant rise in the cost of utilities and food, households in Hampshire and Isle of Wight who are struggling to afford necessities such as food and fuel can get extra help from the connect4communities programme, funded by the Department for Work and Pensions' Household Support Fund.

Hampshire County Council Website:

Winchester City Council Website:


Citizens Advice Winchester

Anyone in Winchester District can access Citizens Advice for free, confidential advice and support. This includes support with debt and other money worries, understanding benefits entitlements and applying for benefits, accessing emergency support such as food banks and energy grants, plus advice on housing and employment rights, relationship queries, immigration, and consumer issues.


Telephone: 0808 278 7861


Connect to Support Hampshire - Cost of living and money worries

Connect to Support Hampshire's website includes a plethora of links to advice and support, including help with food, debt and money management, keeping your home warm, housing advice, housing advice, tax, money worries and mental health. 


Christians Against Poverty

Together with local churches, Christians Against Poverty are working to end UK poverty. Their vision is to see transformed lives, thriving churches and an end to UK poverty. Since 1996, they’ve seen tens of thousands of families and individuals break free from debt and poverty. And as the impact of the cost of living crisis is felt in households across the UK, they know there is much more to be done. Their website includes money and debt advice, as well as information about how to get help near you.