Micah Liverpool is a social justice charity set up by Liverpool Cathedral, Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King and St Bride’s to relieve Liverpool residents of social injustice and poverty.

Micah Liverpool operates two pantries a week where we provide three days of Emergency Food Aid for each guest. We have been able to support approximately 6,500 guests in the six months to January 2018, including more than 1,400 children. We have provided an average of 220 food parcels each week and are currently on track to provide more than 10,000 food parcels in 2018.

We try to give our guests a nutritious and balanced food parcel but items can vary depending on what food we receive in donations. In general bags contain:

  • Milk, cereal, tea / coffee & sugar
  • Tinned tomatoes/beans/vegetables, soup, pasta/rice
  • Fruit / vegetables
  • Bread / cakes / biscuits / crisps

St Bride's is a key partner for the delivery of our Emergency Food Aid as it houses our biggest pantry session, which sees up to 220 people being supported each week from here.

Can you help?

Donate food or toiletries:

You can make a donation of non-perishable food items, toiletries, and clothes in the collection boxes in Liverpool Cathedral, the Metropolitan Cathedral, the Quaker Meeting House and Liverpool Parish Church.

Become a Foodbank Volunteer:

Anyone interested in volunteering at either pantry can contact Paul O’Brien, Executive Director of Micah Liverpool, for an informal chat about roles and the application process. Email: paul.obrien@liverpoolcathedral.org.uk or phone 0151 702 7206.

Make a financial donation:

If you feel able to make a financial donation please contact Paul O’Brien, Executive Director of Micah Liverpool, who will be happy to discuss things further. Email: paul.obrien@liverpoolcathedral.org.uk or phone 0151 702 7206.

To find out more, visit the Micah Liverpool website.