HOW YOU CAN HELP


To end food insecurity in Canada, we must all come to the table.

There are several ways to make a difference.

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National organizations: Create a lasting impact

Explore options to fulfill Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental, Social and Governance objectives by working with us to create shared value.

Your neighbours need you

Volunteer At Your Local Food Bank
Join a passionate team of change-makers, all working together at the community level to bring food, friendship, and some much-needed hope to people in need.

Start Or Join A Food Drive
Around the holidays or throughout the year, any time is a good time for holding a food drive—especially if you’re collecting these most sought-after items:

  • Whole grain cereals
  • Pasta (canned or dry) and pasta sauces
  • Dairy (fresh, shelf stable, and powdered milk)
  • Canned goods (beans, soups, and stews)
  • Meat alternatives (peanut butter, soy, assorted nuts)
  • Canned or frozen meats and fish
  • Infant foods and baby formula
  • Canned vegetables and fruit
  • Bathroom tissue and diapers
  • Personal hygiene products

Before starting your own food drive, be sure to contact your local food bank. In addition to any tips and tricks, they can also provide you with a list of their most-needed items. It’s a helpful and collaborative way to maximize your food-raising efforts.

FIND YOUR LOCAL FOOD BANK NOW

Food banks: Be a local change-maker

Support your local food bank through foodraising and fundraising activities. The face of hunger in your community is real and there are many ways you can help.

I represent a national
organization that operates in:

4 or more
provinces

What type of national
organization do you
represent?

Back

National organizations: Create a lasting impact

Explore options to fulfill Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental, Social and Governance objectives by working with us to create shared value.

Your neighbours need you

Volunteer At Your Local Food Bank
Join a passionate team of change-makers, all working together at the community level to bring food, friendship, and some much-needed hope to people in need.

Start Or Join A Food Drive
Around the holidays or throughout the year, any time is a good time for holding a food drive—especially if you’re collecting these most sought-after items:

  • Whole grain cereals
  • Pasta (canned or dry) and pasta sauces
  • Dairy (fresh, shelf stable, and powdered milk)
  • Canned goods (beans, soups, and stews)
  • Meat alternatives (peanut butter, soy, assorted nuts)
  • Canned or frozen meats and fish
  • Infant foods and baby formula
  • Canned vegetables and fruit
  • Bathroom tissue and diapers
  • Personal hygiene products

Before starting your own food drive, be sure to contact your local food bank. In addition to any tips and tricks, they can also provide you with a list of their most-needed items. It’s a helpful and collaborative way to maximize your food-raising efforts.

FIND YOUR LOCAL FOOD BANK NOW

Food banks: Be a local change-maker

Support your local food bank through foodraising and fundraising activities. The face of hunger in your community is real and there are many ways you can help.

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