Chomp’s Mission Statement:

Chomp is passionate about supporting families with children who find themselves in challenging circumstances. We provide integrative support that spans across immediate needs such as food poverty and holiday hunger to meaningful engagement across interdependent communities.

We journey with our families as support is further through partnered stakeholders, ranging from the local council, charities, clubs and the wider One Church community.

To see what we’ve been up to…

Check out our recent posts here, or read our full reports here

HELP US FUNDRAISE FOR CHOMP 2022

Chomp is raising funds to keep our project running into next year. This is a fantastic opportunity to contribute to the legacy that Chomp is leaving on disadvantaged families in Brighton and Hove. If you want to be part of the solution – here’s the link to donate!

Chomp in action

Back in November we partnered with Therapy Kitchen to take some of our Chomp Mums to Rock Farm, check out what we got up to:

When lockdown came in March 2020, Chomp took action to adjust to the needs of the community at that time. We delivered food boxes and craft packs to families with children who were particularly struggling to buy food, those entitled to free school meals or other benefits or those struggling due to a child’s health or disability.

Here’s a short video showing the Chomp delivery service in action:

Check out this video to see our Chomp lunch & activity clubs in full swing during school holidays:

What our guests said…

“Helps us have a fun activity with other people regularly. Good timing, food delicious, and don’t have to search to entertain kids.”

“Very impressed with Chomp, lovely people, great activities, everyone deserves a massive thank you for making a real difference to kids and parents.”

“Chomp has been a lifesaver this Summer! Great activities, friendly faces & fantastic food.”

“Chomp has given an insight of a community feel, meeting with other parents who are there to listen to has been so great. Thanks for the food we have been receiving and some that has been taken home has been for a good use.”

A One Church Brighton Project