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We have a wonderful team at Slough Foodbank and it's wonderful to receive external recognition through awards.

March 2021 Slough Foodbank was nominated for a High Sheriff Award.

The High Sheriff of the Royal County of Berkshire wrote to us and said:

Throughout the last very difficult year Berkshire residents and organisations have stepped up to support their communities in incredible, life changing ways. These have included both the big groups who had fed and cared for literally hundreds of vulnerable people through to the individuals who have quietly and diligently supported their neighbours throughout. I feel so proud to be part of a county that has done so much to make our most vulnerable and isolated members feel so cared for and valued.

I am delighted to present you with the enclosed certificate in recognition of the wonderful contribution you have made to the Berkshire wide effort.

Slough Foodbank is extremely grateful for this recognition.

August 2020 Certificate of Recognition

Slough Foodbank has been awarded a Certificate of Recognition by the Mayor of Slough, Preston Brooker. The certificate recognises the incredible work Slough Foodbank has done to save lives, keep people safe, and stop the spread of COVID-19. The certificate was presented to Slough Foodbank Manager Sue and colleague Bev who accepted it on behalf of all the volunteers.

2020 Police property Act Fund presentations

The Police Property Act Fund awarded Slough Foodbank £1,500 in recognition of the major contribution Slough Foodbank makes to society.


The Police Property Act Fund is a joint fund managed by the Police Crime Commissioner and the Chief Constable and is distributed to local community and voluntary groups. The Fund is created from money recovered by the police and the proceeds from the sale of items that cannot be returned to identified owners, which includes seizures from criminals and is distributed twice a year.

Each funding round involves a grant application form where applicants are required to evidence how they help to achieve a specific objective of the Police Crime Commissioner’s Police and Crime Plan, previous rounds have included ‘reducing reoffending’ and ‘protecting vulnerable people’.

2019 Slough Voluntary Sector Awards – Volunteer of the Year

Slough Foodbank volunteer Bev Kindred was Highly Commended in the Slough Voluntary Sector Awards in the category of Volunteer of the Year.

The Slough Voluntary Sector Awards celebrate the contribution made by the voluntary and community sector to the people of Slough.

2018-2019 Recognition and appreciation of Service to the Community

Sough Foodbank were presented with an Award from Councillor Harmohinderpal S Sohal JP – The Worshipful the Mayor of Slough – in recognition and appreciation of Service to the Community.


2018 Slough CVS Volunteer Awards – Young Volunteer of the Year


Slough Foodbank’s Scott was awarded Runner-up in the category of Young Volunteer of the Year in the Slough CVS Volunteer Awards. Well done Scott and thanks for all your hard work and fundraising.

2016 Slough Voluntary Sector Awards

We are so honoured to have received an Award for Volunteer Group of the year from the Slough Voluntary Sector Awards 2016. A huge thank you to everyone who voted for us.

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2013 Slough Business Community Partnership – Chairman’s Award

Congratulations to Sue Sibany-King, for receiving the Chairman’s Award on behalf of Slough Foodbank


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