About us

Sufra NW London addresses both the causes and consequences of extreme poverty, homelessness and social isolation in the community. Our emergency interventions and innovative courses provide a life-line to people in crisis – empowering them to improve their wellbeing, learn new skills, find work and become financially stable.



Our Food Bank, Community Kitchen and other services are only possible thanks to the generous donations we receive from individuals, local organisations and businesses. With your support, we can ensure that no one in our community goes hungry.

Our Guests


From the moment our guests access the Food Book and speak with our volunteers, our aim is to provide them with all the support they need to transition from crisis and desperation to independence, wellbeing and re-integration in the community.

Get help


Can’t afford to buy food? We can provide you and your family with emergency food and toiletries, as well as ongoing support and advice.

Directory of Local Services


We have put together a comprehensive Directory of Local Services that provide specialist assistance for people struggling with a wide range of issues.


Get involved

If you are passionate about helping people overcome poverty and isolation, there are many ways you can support our work – such as by volunteering, donating essential supplies, referring clients, fundraising or even connecting with us on social media.

News and Events

Food Poverty In a World of Plenty

This Muharram and Safar, Sufra NW London will be fighting the injustice of food poverty in a world

St Raphael’s Edible Garden Opening Ceremony

St Raphael's Edible Garden was officially opened on Saturday 3rd August by the honourable Mayor of Brent and

Summer Academy 2019

The Summer Academy is our latest AQA accredited course aimed at young people between 11-18 years of age

Refugee Resettlement Program Announcements

Refugee Resettlement Program Announcements There have been a few changes made to our Refugee Resettlement Program. Including new

Get Involved In The Future of St Raphael’s Estate

Get involved in the future of St Raphael’s Estate Brent Council wants local residents and the community to

More Than A Food Bank: Our Latest Film

Let’s face it, food banks don’t address the real causes of hunger and poverty in our communities. In