Supermarkets are reporting that deliveries are arriving daily and shelves are being stocked.
West Lothian Council have an interactive food map that gives details of food projects in your local area.
Children entitled to free school meals can access food at various locations in West Lothian.
Access to emergency food parcels from the Food Bank can be arranged by contacting the Advice Shop on 01506 283000 or Citizens Advice Bureau on 01506 432977.
The Scottish Welfare Fund is there to help those in an emergency and can help with food and utility costs. Claims can be made by phoning 01506 280000 or completing an online form with SWF Crisis Grant.
Riverside Community Fridge in Craigshill will open on Thursdays and Fridays from 9.30am-12.30pm. If tenants are struggling to get to the community fridge, they can get in touch with their housing officer who will do everything they can to help.
Ladywell Community Fridge will open every Friday from 1pm to 3pm. Please note restrictions are in place due to the government's guidelines on social distancing.
If tenants in need are struggling to get to the Community Fridge, they should get in touch with their Housing Officer who will do everything they can to help.
West Lothian Food Train will operate throughout the Coronavirus pandemic to bring shopping to those most in need. Call 01506 413013 / 420498 or email email@example.com for more information.
If you, or anyone you know, would like to volunteer with the Food Train, please get email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Almond HA have knowledge of various funding opportunities for individuals and families during the Coronavirus.
Tenants finding themselves in financial harship should get in touch with their Housing Officer as soon as possible for advice.