Question: Food AccessI can’t afford to buy food, where can I go now?What about my neighbour? She's senior with mobility issues and a language barrier. I think she needs help accessing food.Being able to access food is always a priority. I have a list of local organizations and food banks that are supporting our community.
- ANIDA Food Bank: ANIDA is providing food hampers to families in need. Address: 4401 Steeles Ave. W. Hours: Thursdays from 10 AM - 12 PM. People can call to make an appointment; call: 416-667-9333. To donate food items, please call the above number as well. For more information, please visit: https://www.211toronto.ca/detail/en/220185
- North York Harvest Food Bank: North York Harvest has paired with the Toronto Public Library to open the Jane and Sheppard branch for food bank service on Thursdays from 12 PM to 3 PM. This location will serve clients that had previously used the Society For the Living Food Bank. Please call their information line at: 416 635 7771 ex. 0 or [email protected] to schedule an appointment. For more information, please visit: https://northyorkharvest.com/find-food-bank-3/