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Give Food

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By donating food items, you will help ensure that the individuals experiencing hunger across our city can access the food they need for themselves and their families. Whether you’re donating extra items from your pantry, making a special trip to the grocery store to purchase food to donate, or rallying your friends and family to organize a food drive, your support will make an immediate difference for people experiencing food insecurity.

Most Needed non Perishables

Can be dropped off at The Pantry or a community drop box.

Peanut Butter 

Cereal 

Baked Beans 

Kraft Dinner 

Healthy Snacks 

Apple Sauce/fruit cups

Instant Oatmeal

Canned meat & fish

One package meals (Side kicks, etc.)

Cheese Whiz

Rice

Legumes

Crackers

Pudding Cups

Most Needed Perishables 

Must be dropped off at The Pantry

Apples

Oranges

Carrots

Potatoes 

Fresh produce

Cheese

Yogurt

Bread

Eggs

Frozen vegetables

Frozen meats

Frozen juices

Something a little extra

Baby wipes

Baby formula & food

Disposable diapers

Cat Food (wet or dry)

Dog food (wet or dry)

Mens/womens deodorant

Shampoo

Conditioner

Body wash/lotion

Feminine hygiene products

Dental hygiene products

Ontario’s Donation of Food Act, 1994 absolves any food donor (individual or corporate) from liability when the food is donated in good faith.

Food Drop off locations

Food we can't accept

We want to ensure all your donations make it to the tables of those in need, so to prevent waste please avoid donating the following:

Home baking

Home canned foods

Ungraded meat or eggs

Vitamins

Over the counter meds (Tylenol, Advil, etc) 

Personally wrapped meats

Open food items 

When donating snacks please keep in mind that a nutritious treat is always preferred.

 

*The above standards are put in place by Food Banks Canada, and are to be utilized by all food banks and food programs.

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