Welcome To Our Community Food Access Map

Any one of us can experience a crisis resulting in the need for food support at any time. The map below offers access to multiple charities, community groups and organisations who are able to provide food support across Plymouth, and the surrounding areas.  Use the 'Filters' option to find a specific group or enter the first part of your postcode to see what is available nearby.

Searching the map is 'aDoddle'

Click on any of the points on the map & it will show the name and basic information about the organisation. To find out more click the project title.

Helping You To Have confidence:

We understand that there is nothing worse than thinking that you have found the support you need and then to discover that it is no longer available to you.

Therefore, though our partnership with aDoddle.org, our Community Food Access Map uses their unique ‘Traffic Light’ system – Enabling you to quickly and easily see when profile content was last updated.

Partnerships and Collaboration

Plymouth Food Aid is working in partnership with aDoddle community mapping

About aDoddle

aDoddle.org is a UK wide project that started in the South West. It recognises that connected communities are a key part of supporting people to have choice and access to information that helps them to make practical and informed decisions that support them.

The team are working to bring communities together by mapping charities, community projects and groups, opportunities and resources – So whether you need help, want to help or are looking to connect with others locally – it’s aDoddle.

Local Charity or Community Organisation?

Discover the Benefits of Adding Your Charity, Community Group or Organisation to aDoddle:

  • Increased visibility
  • Encourage volunteers
  • Free profile page
  • Connect with other organisations
  • Opportunity to gain support from local businesses

By creating your profile you are joining hundreds of charities and community organisations who are coming together to create a national resource for use at a local level – the work you do is vital and forms a crucial part of community infrastructure and resilience.