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Streets Food Project

In these challenging times we wanted everyone to know that a friendly neighbour is around! Whether it’s help with a food parcel or a reassuring chat, we are here and will do out best to help.

Streets Food Project is a weekly food bank operating out of the community hall at the O2 Centre on Finchley Road. We are open from 10am to 12.30pm every Wednesday. We also deliver to the elderly, disabled, vulnerable and refugees living in and around the O2 Centre area. Read on below to find out how you can get help.

The Streets Story

Streets began life as a community coffee shop - a cosy, homely place on Finchley Road with good coffee and friendly faces. It was intended as a space for us to engage with and support local residents and passersby. However, the difficulties of sustaining the coffee shop during the pandemic were significant and we had to close our doors for good. However, the spirit of Streets did not fade. Blessing the community is less about coffee (no matter how good it is) and more about responding to the immediate needs of those around us. We transformed Streets into an initiative to help those that were struggling during the lockdown. We had food, resources and volunteers and it was barely a moment before Streets Food Project was in full swing.

Over the past few years we have helped hundreds of people. The influx of Ukrainian families presented us with new opportunities to help and we continue to work hard for the sake of those that need a bit of extra support. 

Do you need help?

We all go through difficult times and we would love to lend a hand if you find yourself needing a little extra. If a food parcel would help or if you would just like to sit and chat with someone, please feel free to come along to Streets Food Project. You can find us at the O2 Centre on Finchley Road between 10am and 12.30pm every Wednesday. We meet upstairs (cinema level) in the community hall (follow the passage that leads past the toilets). You do not need an appointment or a referral, just come along.

Get involved

Food donations

Food donations are gratefully received and help us to sustain the initiative. If you are able to contribute items such as fresh/tinned fruit and veg, tinned meat or fish, dried pasta, rice or cereals, please kindly drop them off at the O2 Centre, Community Hall on Wednesdays between 10am and 12.30pm.

Financial support

If you would like to donate financially to our efforts, please get in touch with us directly so that we can help you with this.



We're always delighted to have another pair of hands helping out. If you are interested in volunteering with us, please get in touch with us directly. We often need help with collecting and buying food, sorting donations into parcels and creating a friendly and welcoming environment. 

For more information of if you would like to volunteer with us or refer a neighbour for a parcel, please email

Refer someone for support

If you know of someone that needs support, you are welcome to get in touch with us so that we can see what we can do to help.


Please feel free to get in touch by email:

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