Lincoln Community Larder

Helping local people in crisis

The Lincoln Community Larder is a registered charity which aims to relieve poverty in the Lincoln area through the provision of basic nutritious food and other basic amenities to those in need of short term help. We also support those suffering from illness or special needs.

We issue Larder Vouchers to a variety of agencies in the area who then refer people to us in need of assistance and we give 3 days’ worth of food for each person included on the voucher.

Would you like to volunteer to help local people in need?

Volunteers are the lifeblood of our charity. Your skills could be just what we need. We want you to enjoy volunteering and there are lots of ways to get involved. Whatever time you can spare will make a real difference to the life of someone in crisis, so please contact us if you would like to help.


Lincoln Community Lottery


Lincoln Community Lottery is an exciting weekly lottery that raises money for good causes in Lincoln.
Play the lottery, support Lincoln Community Larder – it’s that simple!

Tickets for the lottery cost just £1 per week. Each ticket has a 1 in 50 chance to win a prize each week, with a top prize of £25,000!

Each ticket consists of 6 numbers and each number is between 0 and 9. There will be a draw every Saturday night when a 6 digit winning combination will be picked.

Prizes will be given to players with tickets that match the first or last 2-6 numbers from the winning combination. Match all 6 and you win the JACKPOT!

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Support from the former Mayor of Lincoln

Cheque Presentation

“I am delighted that the generous people of Lincoln contributed so much to such a worthy cause. I know that many people are appalled that these services are needed and that we are such an unequal society. That said this did not deter people from giving, running races, attending a myriad of events and giving us their prayers and blessings as well. I pay tribute to the Civic Team and the organisation that gives so much to our community on the streets every week of the year.”

Cllr Chris Burke MBA

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