With rising food costs and more, food banks are needed now more than ever. There are several Food Banks in Mississauga and Brampton that are dedicated to providing families with nutritious, safe and culturally appropriate foods.
Food banks are important for those who are struggling with food insecurity and require some assistance when it comes to feeding themselves and their families. This free resource is incredibly necessary to ensure that those in need are getting healthy meals to put on the table.
Food Banks in Mississauga
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- The Compass Food Bank
- Eden Food for Change
- Mississauga Food Bank
- Seva Food Bank
- Faith of Life
- SacredHand Canada
- Decon’s Cupboard
- St. Hilary’s Church
- Grace Mountain Zion Apostolic Church
- St. Mary’s Food Bank
- Praise Cathedral Worship Centre
- ICNA Relief Canada
- ISNA Canada
- Salvation Army
Food Banks in Brampton
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- Knights Table
- Ste. Louise Outreach
- Marketplace Food Bank
- Langar Seva
- Grace Place Community Resource Centre
- St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church Food Bank
- Heart Lake Community Food Cupboard
- Dee’s Pantry
- Langar on Wheels
- Food Hub
Food Banks in Mississauga
There are several food banks in Mississauga. If you are looking to utilize a Mississauga Food Bank, make sure that you contact the organizations directly rather than contacting The Exploring Family.
The Compass Food Bank
427 Lakeshore Rd E, Mississauga, ON L5G 1H8 – The Compass Food Bank provides a welcoming and safe space for individuals to come for some assistance. They offer immediate assistance with food, then work with their clients to offer other supports.
Eden Food for Change
3185 Unity Dr #2, Mississauga, ON L5L 4L5 – Eden Food for Change strives to provide the community with access to food in a respectful and dignified manner. If you are new to the food bank, it will be arranged for you to meet with one of their advocates to get your and your household registered. You will also be connected to other resources within your area that may provide some more assistance.
Mississauga Food Bank
4544 Eastgate Pkwy, Mississauga, ON L4W 3W6 – Mississauga Food Bank knows people want to eat healthy food. Their programs distribute free food and food items to anyone that is in need of their services. Their mission is to make sure that no one in Mississauga goes hungry.
Seva Food Bank
Seva Food Bank has two locations in Mississauga. Their priority is ensure everyone that is part of the Seva family is healthy and safe. The Seva Food Bank is run by Sikhs Serving Canada. They make sure that they provide access to nutritious, safe and culturally appropriate foods to those who need them while offering programs that can help to support clients on their journey to self-reliance.
3413 Wolfedale Rd, Unit 10 Mississauga, ON L5C 1V8
(905) 361-SEVA (7382) ext 1
2832 Slough St Mississauga, ON L4T 1G3
(905) 361-SEVA (7382) ext 2
Faith of Life
7150 Edwards Boulevard, Mississauga, Ontario L5S 1Z1 – Faith of Life gives back to the people of their community by providing several different programs. Feed the Poor provides monthly hampers, a soup kitchen and bimonthly hot meals to their clients. They also collect food for the local food banks and so much more.
Sacred Hand Canada
26, 5004 Timberlea Blvd #29, Mississauga, ON L4W 2S6 – Sacred Hand Canada helps to feed local families in need with the help of volunteers, local communities and organizations. They ensure that all their foods are of high quality and delivered to those who need it the most.
3041 Mississauga Road Mississauga, Ontario L5L 0B7 – Deacon’s Cupboard is a program offered at St. Peter’s Church Erindale. The program is open to everyone and offers spiritual and emotional support in a warm, compassionate and friendly environment. They also offer help with practical needs i nthe form of food offerings on a voucher basis. Guests may choose their own food and they also have a minister and nurse every Wednesday.
St. Hilary’s Church
2055 Hurontario St, Mississauga, ON L5A 2E6 – St. Hilary’s Church offers a food cupboard every Thursday from 10am to 12pm. The Cupboard is available to support families within the neighbourhood. They also take monetary donations and non-perishable food items in order to continue providing support.
Grace Mountain Zion Apostolic Church
5865 Coopers Ave, Mississauga, ON L4Z 1R9 – Grace Mountain Zion Apostolic Church has offered a food bank for over 10 years. They distribute clothing and food to residents of South Brampton and West Mississauga. Operating every Friday from 6-8pm, and the last Saturday of each month from 11am – 1pm, their goal is to serve their community.
St. Mary’s Food Bank
St. Mary’s Food Bank has three locations serving Mississauga. Their goal is to provide healthy food and meals to their clients. They offer food, meals and other services through their locations.
5757 Kennedy Rd. Unit 12 Mississauga, ON L4Z 0C5
Phone: (905) 890-0900
1699 Dundas Street East Mississauga, ON L4X 1L5
Phone: (905) 238-9008
6277 Mississauga Rd. Mississauga, ON L5N 1A7
Phone: (905) 286-9987
1224 Dundas St E Unit 25, Mississauga, ON L4Y 4A2 – Acorn2Oak helps to distribute food to those in need. Special consideration is given to special needs of the family and the family’s size. There are also cooked meals that are provided through a partnership with outreach centres.
Praise Cathedral Worship Centre
6785 Millcreek Dr, Mississauga, ON L5N 5M4 – Praise Cathedral Worship Centre operates a food bank serving Peel residents. Food distribution takes place every third Thursday of each month. You can visit the church every third Thursday evening between 6pm and 7pm for pickup or request delivery if you don’t have access to a vehicle. Contact the church for more infromation.
ICNA Relief Canada
6120 Montevideo Rd #1, Mississauga, ON L5N 3W5 – ICNA Relief Canada provides community run food banks that continue to serve the community to this day. These food banks are community supported and dependant on donations.
2200 S Sheridan Way, Mississauga, ON L5J 2M4 – ISNA Canada offers a food bank that has been running for over 11 years with the support of 65 volunteers that are dedicated to serving the community. Distribution is held every first Saturday of the month from 7am – 11am.
3173 Cawthra Rd, Mississauga, ON L5A 2X4 – The Salvation Army provides emergency services and other support to those in crisis. Clients are asked to register, so you have to contact them to book an appointment. Clothing, food, referrals and more are offered through this program.
(905) 279 7525
Food Banks in Brampton
Brampton food banks are charitable organizations located in the city of Brampton, Ontario, Canada, that provide food assistance to individuals and families in need. These food banks play a vital role in addressing food insecurity and helping those who are struggling to afford nutritious meals.
287 Glidden Rd #4, Brampton, ON L6W 1H9 – Knights Table is committed to serving the Brampton community by addressing food insecurity and providing essential support to those in need. They aim to foster a sense of dignity and respect while offering practical assistance to individuals and families facing challenging circumstances. They distribute food hampers, which contain a variety of non-perishable items, fresh produce, and other essential food items as well as a hot meals program, dine in program and more.
Ste. Louise Outreach
32 Haggert Ave N, Brampton, ON L6X 1Y3 – Ste. Louise Outreach provides a food bank to support the community. Review the registration process prior to visiting. This program requires documents and more prior to attending the food bank. Visit the website for more details.
Marketplace Food Bank
253 Queen St E Brampton, ON L6W 2B8 – Marketplace Food Bank offering an appointment based free food marketplace, this food bank in Brampton is a great choice for those in need. They have several different programs and forms of outreach support including health care programs and more. To make an appointment or learn more contact them, or visit their website.
905-796-5888 ext. 4000
Regeneration Office & Meal Program
2565 Steeles Avenue Unit 24, Brampton, ON L6T 4L6 – Langar Seva prepares meals for the community to support those in need. The meal pans are prepared with preferences, and more in mind. Freshly cooked and nutritious food is delivered to your doorstep.
Grace Place Community Resource Centre
156 Main St N, Brampton, ON L6V 1N9 – Grace Place Community Resource Centre offers several community programs aimed at addressing the needs of the local population. These programs may include food distribution initiatives, community meals, or partnerships with local food banks to provide food assistance to individuals and families in the area.
St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church Food Bank
44 Church St E, Brampton, ON L6V 1G3 – St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church Food Bank provides food assistance to individuals and families in need within the Brampton community. Offering food and other essential supplies to help individuals and families meet their nutritional needs. This food bank operates in partnership with the Mississauga Food Bank. This collaboration allows them to access a wider range of resources and support to effectively serve the community. Available Wednesdays from noon to 2:00 pm.
Heart Lake Community Food Cupboard
85 Sandalwood Parkway East, Brampton, ON – Heart Lake Community Food Cupboard offers food services to the community. Please note that specific details about registration, distribution days, and volunteer opportunities may vary, so it’s recommended to contact the Heart Lake Community Food Cupboard directly for the most accurate and up-to-date information regarding their services.
Dee’s Pantry is a small independent community food pantry. Running solely through community donations, they work hard to provide for those in need. Their purpose is to fill the need that regular run Food Banks are unable to fulfill. All donations, monetary and otherwise are used solely to keep the shelves full.
Langar on Wheels
Langar on Wheels provides meals to seniors who are unable to prepare them for themselves. They purchase the ingredients and create meals that are familiar and comforting to south Asian Seniors, taking into account the dietary needs and restrictions of each individual. This program ensures that seniors get well rounded meals each day delivered right to their homes.
41 Finchgate Blvd, Brampton, ON L6T 3H8 – Food Hub at All People’s Church was launched to support people in the community with a helping hand. Each week they provide families within the Bramela Area with bags of perishable, and non perishable food items. If you would like to receive groceries from the Food Hub you must register for the next grocery pick up day.
There are several great Food Banks and Food pantries located in the Mississauga and Brampton Area. Whether you are seeking a Mississauga Food Bank or a Brampton Food Bank, there are many that service certain areas. Make sure to contact each food bank for more information and check their websites to find schedules and registration. Please keep in mind that we are simply providing the information and contacts but can not help further with registration and outreach.
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