We promote social justice through food aid and by engaging in the integration process of different socio-cultural communities established in Quebec and everywhere else in Canada.
The impact of your donation
No matter the size of your donation, what you contribute is an essential link in our vital mission.
The funds collected will be used for the purchase of basic food items and the establishment of integration initiatives that weave connections within our diverse communities.
A 7$ makes a difference
Provides essential meals:
$7 can provide nutritious meals to a family for an entire week. It brings immediate relief to those struggling to access basic food.
With your $7, we can organize integration workshops for newcomers. These sessions are valuable opportunities to learn, share experiences, and create bonds within our diverse communities.
Make a Donation
How to Contribute?
via the online donation form
All other options
Donate in person at the food bank
Between September 29 and December 22, 2023. During our basket distribution every Friday from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PMGet directions
Participate in the Charity Event
Thursday, December 21
Cocktail dinner: 7 PM to 9 PMcoming soon
If you wish to donate by check, it is possible. Contact us for more information.contact us
By Bank Deposit
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By interac transfer
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The emergency isn’t going away
Food Banks Canada’s HungerCount 2023 Report, released Wednesday, found there were almost two million visits to Canadian food banks in March, a 32 per cent increase from March 2022 […] read the article
Hamilton food bank gets $625K emergency grant as donations drop rapidly
Food banks in Hamilton, Ont., will get an emergency grant of $625,000 from the city to provide immediate support in the midst of a significant decrease in donations […] read the article
Calgarians ‘can’t make ends meet’ as national food bank use hits highest recorded level
A new report from Food Banks Canada released this week found that in 2023 food bank usage rose to its highest level since the survey started in 1989 […] read the article
Toronto food bank demands emergency funding from province as client visits quadruple
During a news conference Tuesday morning, Neil Hetherington, CEO of the Daily Bread Food Bank, said that the solution to addressing the city’s food insecurity and affordability crisis is to reduce the number of people who rely on food banks […] read the article
More Canadians facing food insecurity since 2020: Statistics Canada
More Canadians could be having trouble with food costs since the COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted, according to a Statistics Canada survey […] read the article
Struggling to meet rising demand, Montreal food bank forced to turn people away
Every day, we have people who come in just for a free meal. And the frequency of people coming in has gone from maybe once or twice a week to four days a week,” said Renate Betts, the food bank’s manager […] read the article