What we do

Here at Fair Frome we run a number of projects that work to achieve greater financial, educational, social and health equality for people living in Frome and the surrounding areas. We work in Frome with those people most in need of help, and offers practical support, such as ensuring that everyone has access to food, furniture, white goods and kitchen equipment.

We aim to provide practical and necessary support that focuses on the needs of the local community. Our work would not be possible without the constant support of businesses, community groups and individuals in Frome who enable us to help people when they need it most.

We couldn’t do our work without your support and kind donations. To find a list of our current food bank needs visit our Facebook page or donate today.

Food Bank

Our Food Bank is open 3 days a week providing food parcels to referred community members across Frome.

Furniture Bank

Our Furniture Bank helps source, install and repair furniture items such as white goods, carpet, beds and kitchen items for referred clients in the BA11 postcode area.

Other Projects

We run a number of other projects including our Food at Five hot meals service, our Holiday Hunger scheme and our Financial Assistance programme.

Our Feedback

We are constantly using our feedback from food bank recipients and our clients to help shape and improve our projects here at Fair Frome.

“I cannot thank you all enough for providing us with, and then arranging a repair for the washing machine… You have changed our lives for the better, and even that is a bit of an understatement”

Young mother in Frome

“Thank you so much for all your help, our client is ecstatic to be able to buy appropriate footwear for his pending interviews. You truly deserve an award for all the support you provide Frome community – well done and keep up your great work”

Frome Support Service

“I would like thank you for the food parcel and voucher received today from my children’s school. Being a single dad of poor health and 4 children this year has been especially hard. Keep up the great work”

Food bank recipient