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AJP0540
St. Paul's on the Hill
Community Food Bank
Community Food Bank
Parkway Storage
1535 Pickering Pkwy
Pickering, ON L1V 7E9
Registration * proof of residency in Ajax-Pickering * proof of total income for the <b>entire</b> household listing all dependents * income includes Ontario Works, ODSP, Child Tax Credits, Income Tax filing from current year * other documents as requested by the Food Bank staff at the time of registration * files are reviewed and updated each year
Ajax ; Pickering
<b>COVID19</b> - Food bank open * NEW CLIENTS: Please pre-register by telephone prior to visiting the food bank * for those unable to pick up food due to self-isolation/quarantine, compromised immune systems, age 65+ or otherwise at risk call 1-888-573-0982, volunteer will call you within 24 hours

Food bank * receives donations of non-perishable food items * Christmas Hamper program for active clients coordinated with St Paul's on the Hill church
For residents of Ajax or Pickering in need of food * clients may use twice a month
foodbank@stpaulsonthehill.com
<b>COVID19</b> - Tue, Fri 10 am-12 noon
EnglishFood Bank 905-839-9537 * St. Paul's Church 905-839-7909
Leave a message on telephone * calls will be returned on days the food bank is open (Tue/Fri)
www.stpaulsonthehillfoodbank.ca
Christmas Programs ; Food Banks ; Food Donation Programs
43.837018-79.077536None12-May-20Fully Accessible
3
AJP0860
Salvation Army
Ajax/Pickering
HOPE Community Services
122 Hunt St
Ajax, ON L1S 1P5
Registration required for Food Bank services * make an appointment by phone during business hours and bring the following documents to appointment: proof of household income * rent receipt or lease agreement * proof of address * utility bills if paid separately * personal ID for each family member (drivers licence, birth certificates, passports)
Ajax ; Pickering
Altona Rd, Pickering to Lakeridge Rd, Ajax
<b>COVID19</b> -- accepting registered clients for Food Assistance Mon-Thu 10 am–3 pm (closed 12 noon–1 pm) by appointment only * no longer distributing vouchers, or taking any registrations for programs such as Jumpstart and Leap * currently not accepting any new volunteers * clients or individuals who wish to become clients are asked to call our office to schedule appointment * Community Meal Program changed to a pre-packed lunch that will be distributed at back door<P>

<P>Food assistance, Christmas assistance, clothing assistance * free Community Meals Lunch Program * camp sponsorship and personal support programs * referrals to counselling for individuals and families * referrals to addiction services * community food drives
All ages eligible
jason_sabourin@can.salvationarmy.org
<b>COVID19</b> -- accepting registered clients for Food Assistance Mon-Thu 10 am-12 noon, 1pm–3 pm by appointment only * also changes to other services<br><br>

Administration Mon-Thu 10 am-3 pm * Food Bank Mon-Thu 10 am-3 pm (closed 12 noon–1 pm) * Advocacy by appointment * Community Meal Tue, Thu 12 noon-1 pm
English905-427-7123
www.tsahope.com
Christmas Programs ; Community Meals ; Drop In Centres for People at Risk ; Food Banks ; Food Donation Programs ; General Clothing Provision ; Homeless Drop In Centres ; Public Internet Access Sites ; Recreation Related Expense Assistance ; Substance Use Disorder Referrals ; Therapy Referrals
43.846598-79.0245None12-May-20Fully Accessible ; Parking limited
4
BRK8019
Brock Community Food Bank
Brock Community Food Bank
Brock Community Food Bank
523 Simcoe St
Beaverton, ON L0K 1A0
Call or email for information
Brock
<b>COVID19</b> - Food bank open

Food bank * food for individuals and families struggling to make ends meet and need food assistance * hampers containing a voucher and seasonal extras for both Thanksgiving and Christmas * vouchers given for Easter * St. Paul's Anglican Church in Beaverton coordinates the Christmas Wish program

Beaverton Site - in a portable behind St. Andrew's United Church - 523 Simcoe St
Sunderland Site - behind the United Church - 10 Church St
Available to residents of Brock Township * clients are welcome to visit once a month * for those unable to access the food bank deliveries can be arranged
brockcommunityfoodbank1@gmail.com
<b>COVID19</b> - Fri 10 am-1 pm
English705-426-1771
www.brockcommunityfoodbank.ca
Christmas Programs ; Food Banks ; Food Donation Programs ; Thanksgiving Programs
44.427719-79.148396None12-May-20Fully Accessible - Beaverton ; Not Accessible - Sunderland
5
CEH0447
Scarborough Centre for Healthy Communities
Toronto - Markham Rd
Food and Clothing Bank
4100 Lawrence Ave E
Scarborough, ON
No referral required. Pre-registration required.<BR>COVID 19 -- New clients need to register at https://dailybread.link2feed.ca and bring the Client ID Number that they receive at the end of the online registration
Scarborough ; Scarborough Central ; Scarborough North ; Scarborough South
Scarborough and area
<b>COVID19 update</b> -- food bank still offering pre-packaged boxes/bags on Wed 12:30 pm-3:30 pm, Thu 2 pm-4:30 pm and Fri 10:30 am-1 pm * meal programs are temporarily closed<br><br>


Food Bank Clients can access the food bank through self-referral.&nbsp;Clients
register during program times and self-select how often they access each month
however, no more than one visit each week. The food bank is open to community
members who self-identify as having a low-income.&nbsp;Documentation is not
required however, clients should be prepared to answer some questions at intake
and may be asked to provide supporting documents. Meals
are available during food bank programs.<br><br>Meals are available during
food bank programs. Call for dates/times.
<br><br>Clothing Bank: Clients can access the
clothing bank&nbsp;through self-referral.&nbsp;Clients
register through the food bank when it is open. They may attend the clothing
bank once&nbsp;each month. They may access up to&nbsp;five clothing items for each
family member. The clothing bank is open to community members who self-identify
as having a low-income.
Self-identifying as low income
foodbank@schcontario.ca
Foodbank: Wed 10am-11am for clients with mobility devices only * 12:30pm-3:30pm * Thu 2pm-4:30pm * Fri 10:30am-1pm <BR> Clothing: Wed 12:30pm-3pm * Fri 10:30am-1pm
English416-847-4147
www.schcontario.ca
Community Meals ; Food Banks ; General Clothing Provision
43.766532-79.19473
No fees for food and clothing banks
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, food bank still offering pre-packaged boxes/bags on Wed 12:30pm-3:30pm, Thu 2pm-4:30pm and Fri 10:30am-1pm. Meals are closed.<BR>New clients need to register at https://dailybread.link2feed.ca and bring the Client ID Number that they receive at the end of the online registration
14-May-20Partially Accessible
6
CEN1152
CHATS - Community and Home Assistance to Seniors
CHATS - Community and Home Assistance to Seniors
Meals on Wheels
240 Edward St, Suite 1
Aurora, ON L4G 3S9
Call 1-877-452-4287 * pre-registration required
Simcoe County ; York Region
York Region and South Simcoe
<b>COVID19</b> -- available at this time, free or subsidized based on financial assessment * free food staple basket for seniors able to prepare their own meals but unable to access food, free delivery * <b>cultural specific food baskets and/or prepared meals to low-income Chinese, South Asian, Iranian and Russian seniors, ends June 19, 2020 * dedicated phone line with multi lingual greeting/message 1-855-635-9233</b><br><br>--------------------------------------<br><br>
Nutritious meals delivered on a weekly basis directly to the client’s residence *&nbsp;A short visit and security check are part of the service *&nbsp;CHATS offers more than100 frozen entrees, soups, snack packs and desserts *&nbsp;Special dietary menu items are available * diabetic, low fat, low salt, vegetarian, pureed, minced
Older adults 55 years and older and adults with disabilities
seniorshelp@chats.on.ca
Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm
English ; Chinese (Cantonese) ; Chinese (Mandarin) ; Italian ; Russian ; Persian
905-713-6596
1-877-452-4287
www.chats.on.ca
Food Banks ; Grocery Delivery ; Home Delivered Meals
43.998223-79.47412subsidy available for eligible participants26-May-20Not Applicable
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CEN1231
CHATS - Community and Home Assistance to Seniors
CHATS - Community and Home Assistance to Seniors
CHATS - Community and Home Assistance to Seniors
240 Edward St, Suite 1
Aurora, ON L4G 3S9
Call * no referral required
Simcoe County ; York Region
York Region and South Simcoe
<b>COVID-19</b> -- Available at this time: Transportation Services (iRIDE Plus) * Meals on Wheels * Home at Last (HAL) * Caregiver Support and Education (virtual) * Philips Lifeline Personal Response Support Service * Telephone Reassurance - Social and Safety Check * Home Adaptation and Maintenance Program<br>
<b>Operating for existing clients only:</b> Assisted Living * Home Help * Personal Care or Personal Support * Respite Care<br>
<b>Suspended:</b> All Adult Day Programs * Diversity Outreach Programs * Social and Wellness Programs<br><br>--------------------------------------<br><br>

Supports for older adults and their caregivers * helps people remain independent in their own homes for as long as possible * referral to other community services<br><br>

Transportation
Services - Door-to-door assisted transportation for older adults 55 years
and older, and adults with disabilities who are not eligible for Wheel-Trans * services offered through iRIDE PLUS, click <a href="https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__www.centralhealthline.ca_displayService.aspx-3Fid-3D165990&amp;d=DwMFAg&amp;c=JZUmuHfvZaOkNOGiUpQbGyGsM8Jf9oFbjpAib-DiM1Q&amp;r=b2x37-JqE9ajiUt-4MRlhRptRqWBZfWXkOqWtgf2YhQ&amp;m=3m5Y6mt6SyJd0sermJp1mg4rSDspeRDKym9_Q_ZpOcg&amp;s=aMHemc-7VbWc7r0vSFZoWqTtO6NzRFBUypgeBE3mT7g&amp;e=" target="_blank">HERE</a> for more information<BR><BR><B>Services and Programs:</B><UL><LI>Adult Day Program - Cognitively Impaired</LI><LI>Adult Day Program - Frail Seniors</LI><LI>Adult Day Program - Frail, Socially Isolated, Mild Cognitive Impairment</LI><LI>Adult Day Program - Physically Disabled/Frail Elderly</LI><LI>Adult Day Program - South Asian</LI><LI>Adult Day Program - Specialized Cognitive Program</LI><LI>Arirang Korean Adult Day Program</LI><LI>Home Adaptation and Maintenance Program</LI><LI>Adult Day Program for Frail Seniors</LI><LI>Adult Day Programs</LI><LI>Assisted Living</LI><LI>Caregiver Support and Education</LI><LI>Case Management</LI><LI>Case Management - Alzheimer's Disease and/or Dementia</LI><LI>Diversity Outreach Programs</LI><LI>Friuli Terrace - Adult Day Program</LI><LI>Home at Last (HAL)</LI><LI>Home Help</LI><LI>Meals on Wheels</LI><LI>Personal Care or Personal Support</LI><LI>Philips Lifeline Personal Response Support Service</LI><LI>Respite Care</LI><LI>Social and Wellness Programs</LI><LI>Telephone Reassurance - Social and Safety Check</LI><LI>Transportation Services (iRIDE Plus)</LI></UL>
Older adults and their caregivers, who need physical, social, and emotional supports
seniorshelp@chats.on.ca
Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm
English ; Chinese (Cantonese) ; Chinese (Mandarin) ; Italian ; Russian ; Persian
905-713-6596
1-877-452-4287
www.chats.on.ca
Adult Day Programs ; Adult Day Programs ~ South Asian Community ; Case/Care Management ~ Dementia
43.998223-79.47412Varies per program12-May-20
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CLR5073
Clarington East Food Bank
Clarington East Food Bank
Clarington East Food Bank
279 King Ave E
Newcastle, ON L1B 1H4
Users must complete an application * application must be renewed annually * identification with proof of address for each member of the family
Kendal ; Kirby ; Newcastle ; Newtonville ; Orono
North to Orono and Kendal, south to Lake Ontario * east to Clarington/Hope Line, west to Lambs Rd in Bowmanville
<b>COVID19</b> - go immediately to back door for pick-up * providing pre-packaged bags of food, need to forgo the “preferences” list * if there are any special needs please call office and leave a message prior to 11 am on the day of picking up and efforts will be made to accommodate as best as possible

Food bank * non-perishable food items, personal care items, milk, bread and eggs * use limited to once a month * Christmas baskets to clients of the food bank

Donations of non-perishable food accepted during food bank hours * cash donations * Foodland and No Frills accepts donations throughout the year
Those who live in East Clarington
claringtoneastfoodbank@gmail.com
<b>COVID19</b> - Tue, Thu 11 am-2 pm, at back door
English905-987-1418
claringtoneastfoodbank.ca
Christmas Programs ; Food Banks ; Food Donation Programs ; Volunteer Opportunities
43.918571-78.58314None12-May-20Fully Accessible - Parking behind unit ; Call for details
9
EGW0041
East Gwillimbury Food Pantry
East Gwillimbury Public Library
East Gwillimbury Food Pantry
Holland Landing Branch
19513 Yonge St
Holland Landing, ON L9N 1P2
Pre-registration preferred - contact East Gwillimbury Public Library
East Gwillimbury
<b>COVID19</b> -- last Sat of month 10am-2pm * pick up food outside main entrance<br><br>

Food pantry for families and individuals * information and referral for employment, housing and other community services
Contact for information 905-836-6492
info@egpl.ca
<b>COVID19</b> -- last Sat of the month 10 am-2 pm
EnglishHolland Landing Library Branch 905-836-6492
www.egpl.ca/services/egpl-food-pantry
Food Banks44.104752-79.490865None1-Jun-20Fully Accessible
10
EGW0115
Mount Albert United Church
Mount Albert United Church
Food Pantry41 Alice St
Mount Albert, ON L0G 1M0
Call or check website/Facebook page before going to the food pantry<br><br>
East Gwillimbury
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food Pantry offering prepackaged food items * come to South door * observe social distancing * one member of household only to pick up food<br><br>

United Church * monthly food pantry * accepts food and personal hygiene donations
Mount Albert area residents, contact for information
maunited@rogers.com
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food pantry -- last Wed 3 pm-6 pm * Food pantry donations accepted Tue, Fri 10:30 am-2 pm
English905-473-2562
www.mauc.ca
Food Banks ; Food Donation Programs ; Personal/Grooming Supplies Donation Programs
44.1357-79.306598None02-Apr-20Fully Accessible - ramp, washrooms, elevator, audio aids
11
GEO0012
Georgina Community Food Pantry
Georgina Community Food Pantry
Georgina Community Food Pantry
The Link
20849 Dalton Rd
Sutton, ON L0E 1R0
Bring identification and proof of address to register * visit Routes website www.routescc.org for transportation to food pantry
Georgina
<b>COVID19</b> -- clients must call for delivery * no walk in service<br><br>

Community food bank * four day supply of food each month * for Routes transportation 905-722-4616
Residents of Georgina
contact@georginafoodpantry.ca
<b>COVID19</b> -- clients must call for delivery * no walk in service<br><br>
English905-596-0557
www.georginafoodpantry.com
Food Banks ; Grocery Delivery
44.306219-79.362925None2-Apr-20Fully Accessible
12
GEO0112
Routes Connecting Communities
Routes Connecting Communities
Routes Connecting Communities
The Link
20849 Dalton Rd
Sutton, ON
Canada L0E 1R0
Email to book a ride or to volunteer
York RegionYork Region
<b>COVID19</b> -- compassionate transportation program continues, food pantry hamper and community meals delivered at no cost, groceries and medicine delivered at no costs for eligible residents * office closed to the public but reach us by email or phone * QuestBus trips have been cancelled
<br><br>

Affordable Transportation * volunteer drivers provide affordable transportation to people experiencing social, physical, mental and financial limitations to using common transportation methods
Ages: 21 year(s) and up
info@routescc.org
<b>COVID19</b> -- service continues
<br><br>
Dispatch Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm * call 48 hours ahead to book ride
English905-722-4616, press 1 to book ride
www.routescc.org
Errand Running/Shopping Assistance ; General Paratransit/Community Ride Programs ; Grocery Delivery
44.306219-79.362925Service3-Apr-20Not Applicable
13
GEO0117
Keswick United Church
Keswick United Church
The Gathering Place, Once Again Boutique and Ray of Hope Pantry
177 Church St
Keswick, ON L4P 1J4
No application required * call ahead for emergency food pantry * to assist in boutique please contact Lila Juhos 905-476-2618 * contact Ralph Cox for room rentals information 905-476-5532
Georgina
<b>COVID19</b>-- food bank is by hamper delivery <b>only</b>, call 905-596-0557 to arrange delivery * Gathering Place meal is open but has <b>changed address to 23449 Woodbine Ave</b> * Boutique is closed <br><br>

<b>Community meal</b> and conversation * transportation available through Transit Georgina, 24 hours notice required (call 905-476-1499) * <b>Once Again Boutique</b> -- twice a year fill bag with used clothing * emergency food pantry<br><br>

Room rentals: 2 rooms available for rent * 1 room accommodates 120 people, has fully equipped kitchen, wheel chair accessible bathrooms and parking * 2nd room is a small meeting room that accommodates 35 people and includes a small kitchenette
No restrictions * anyone in need is welcomed
kucinfo@rogers.com
<b>COVID19</b> -- food hamper <b>delivery only</b>, call 905-596-0557 to arrange delivery time * <b>Gathering Place meal has changed address to Keswick Presbyterian Church 23449 Woodbine Ave</b>, will serve takeaway meals Thu 5pm-6:30pm * Boutique is closed <br><br>
English905-476-5532
www.keswickunitedchurch.ca
Community Meals ; Food Banks ; Meeting Space ; Thrift Shops
44.243995-79.468235Donation ; Donation OK06-Apr-20Partially Accessible ; Wheelchair accessible
14
GEO0142
Maple Hill Baptist Church
Maple Hill Baptist Church
Helping Hands Food Pantry
215 Glenwoods Ave
Keswick, ON L4P 2W6
No application required
Georgina - and surrounding areas
<b>COVID19</b> -- offering prepackaged food bundles handed out at door<br><br>

Baptist church * food pantry
No restrictions
office@maplehillbaptist.org
<b>COVID19</b> -- Helping Hands Food Pantry -- 1st and 3rd Sat 11 am-12 noon * prepackaged food bundles handed out at door<br><br>
English905-476-2541
www.maplehillbaptist.org
Food Banks44.212021-79.463618Donation02-Apr-20Partially Accessible
15
GEO0164
Salvation Army of Georgina Community Church
Salvation Army of Georgina Community Church
Community and Family Services
1816 Metro Rd
Georgina, ON L0E 1L0
Contact Dave 905-722-3059 for private appointment
Georgina - and surrounding areas
<b>COVID19</b> -- emergency services by appointment only * call Family Service Coordinator, Dave <br><br>

Emergency food, accommodation and clothing * informal counselling
Residents of Georgina requiring emergency help with food and clothing * no restrictions for other services
sarmygeorgina@rogers.com
<b>COVID19</b> -- emergency services by appointment only * appointments available Tue, Thu-Fri 9am-2pm<br><br>
English905-722-3059
salvationist.ca/georginacc
Food Banks ; General Clothing Provision
44.31622-79.396768Donation20-Apr-20Fully Accessible
16
KNG0011
King Township Food Bank
Mailing Address
King Township Food Bank
Call ahead to register * registration form must be completed and an annual update * registrants will need to provide proof of address, identification not required * all users of Food Bank within family unit must be listed on the registration form * confidential referrals accepted * Call ahead to register for Christmas in King
King Township
Bathurst to 12th Line, King-Vaughan Line to Hwy 9, plus Asnorveldt
<b>COVID19</b> -- social distancing measures in place * register by phone <br><br>


Food bank * provides prepacked food boxes * food cards, pet kibble, fresh produce and bathroom tissue provided * diapers, toiletries and dental hygiene items distributed when donated to pantry * <b>Christmas in King</b> -- special distribution program before Christmas
Residents of King Township * a family unit is all members residing at the same address

<b>Please call ahead if you are new, as we deliver only for those expected to attend each month</b> 905-806-1125
ktfoodbank@gmail.com
<b>COVID19</b> -- third Saturday of month 9 am -11 am * register by phone * call or visit website for details <br><br>
English905-806-1125 (leave message, confidential)
www.kingtownshipfoodbank.ca
Christmas Programs ; Diapers ; Food Banks ; Food Vouchers ; Personal/Grooming Supplies ; Personal/Grooming Supplies Donation Programs ; Pet FoodNone02-Apr-20Fully Accessible - All centres are fully accessible
17
MET0007
Church of St Jude (Wexford) Deacons Pantry
Church of St Jude (Wexford) Deacons Pantry
Church of St Jude (Wexford) Deacons Pantry
Church of St Jude (Wexford)
10 Howarth Ave
Toronto, ON M1R 1H4
Drop in * identification required for all family members
Scarborough ; Scarborough Central ; Scarborough North ; Scarborough South
Hwy 401 (north) to Eglinton Ave E (south), Don Valley Pkwy (west) to Birchmount Rd (east)<b>COVID19</b> -- open<br><br>

Emergency food bank * member of Second Harvest Food Support Committee
stjudewexford@toronto.anglican.ca
<b>COVID19</b> -- open Wed 10 am-12 noon
English ; Arabic ; Spanish
416-755-5872
www.stjudewexford.ca/home/food-bank/
Food Banks43.738631-79.307385None16-Apr-20Designated parking at entrance ; Wheelchair accessible main entrance ; Barrier-free washroom
18
MET0080
Thorncliffe Food Bank
Thorncliffe Food Bank
Thorncliffe Food Bank
1 Leaside Park Dr, Unit 5B
Toronto, ON M4H 1R1
<b>COVID 19</b> -- New clients need to register at <a HREF="https://dailybread.link2feed.ca">dailybread.link2feed.ca </a> and bring the Client ID Number that you will get at the end of the online registration<br><br>Call for appointment -- income and address information, and identification for household members, may be requested during initial intake assessment discussion
East York ; Toronto Downtown East
Eglinton Ave E (north) to O'Connor Dr (south), Bayview Ave (west) to Victoria Park Ave (east)<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank open by appointment, call and leave message, please do not call Mon or Thur * counselling service by phone -- call for appointment or visit website to register<br><br>


Food bank * member of Daily Bread Food Bank
thorncliffefb@icnareliefcanada.ca
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank open by appointment only, call and leave message at any time but please do not call Mon or Thurs * counselling service by phone -- call for appointment or visit website to register<br><br>
English ; Hindi ; Urdu
647-428-9755
icnareliefcanada.ca/food-banks
Food Banks43.702539-79.351572None30-Apr-20Designated parking at entrance ; Wheelchair accessible automatic main entrance ; Easy access to elevator
19
MET0119
Native Women's Resource Centre of Toronto
Native Women's Resource Centre of Toronto
Food bank191 Gerrard St E
Toronto, ON M5A 2E5
Drop in or call for appointment * food bank -- at initial intake assessment discussion, income and address information, and identification for household members, may be requested, such as band number and health card -- call for details
Durham Region ; Halton Region ; Peel Region ; Toronto ; York Region
Greater Toronto Area
<b>COVID19</b> -- All services suspended until further notice<br><br>

<b>Food Bank</b> -- for Aboriginal women and their families * emergency supply of milk and diapers * member of Daily Bread Food Bank
Women of Aboriginal ancestry (Status, Non-Status, Métis, Inuit) or women with children of Aboriginal ancestry * meal programs open to all women * Aboriginal female youth of Aboriginal ancestry * Aboriginal self-identifying women, Trans or 2-Spirited people
info@nwrct.ca
<b>COVID19 Update</b> -- Mon-Fri 10 am-4:30 pm * <b>Food Bank</b> -- Fri 10 am-12 noon
English ; Cree ; Ojibway
416-963-9963
www.nwrct.ca
Diapers ; Food Banks ; Formula/Baby Food
43.660901-79.372559None ; Associate memberships are also available for Aboriginal women living outside GTA11-May-20Wheelchair accessible automatic main entrance - side entrance with lift -- call for details ; Barrier-free washroom including door and stall
20
MET0147
Grace Community Food Share
Grace Community Food Share
Grace Community Food Share
Grace Chinese Gospel Church of North York
201 Tempo Ave
Toronto, ON M2H 2R9
Call for information or drop in * identification required for each member of household, including proof of address, income (including social assistance or employment insurance documentation), rental receipts or lease, and photo ID for adults and birth certificates for children -- call for details on eligible identification and documentation * bring grocery bags if possible
North York East
North York East -- Steeles Ave E (north) to Hwy 401 (south), Bayview Ave (west) to Victoria Park Ave (east)
<b>COVID19</b> -- open for food support only, must pre-book appointment to come in and pass screening * please do not arrive before 10 am or after 11:30 am<br><br>

Food bank -- 2-3 day supply of food provided at each visit (limit of 2 visits per month) * information and referral to services in the community
Open to individuals and families with low income, including refugees and new immigrants who need temporary food assistance * catchment area is flexible
wecare@gracefoodbank.ca
<b>COVID19</b> -- open for food support only, must pre-book appointment to come in and pass screening * open 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month, 10 am-12 noon with registration until 11:30 am
English ; Chinese (Cantonese) ; Chinese (Mandarin)
416-499-0111 ext 114
www.gracefoodbank.ca
Food Banks43.805226-79.339691None02-Apr-20Not wheelchair accessible
21
MET0198Canadian Red Cross, Toronto Branch
Canadian Red Cross, Toronto Branch
557 Dixon Rd, Unit 110, 118 and 122
Toronto, ON M9W 6K1
Call or visit website for information
TorontoToronto
<b>COVID19 Emergency Food -- 1-833-204-9952</b> -- food hamper delivery, limited eligibility -- see Eligibility * phone, email or apply online to request service<br><br>

Disaster management * humanitarian law promotion * first Contact Program for refugee claimants, homeless services, Meals on Wheels, transportation -- see branch listings for details <br><br>

<b>Mobile Food Bank, 416-236-3180</b> -- open for registered clients only until further notice * Monday-Friday 8:30 am-3 pm * delivers food to persons who are unable to access a food bank due to a permanent or temporary disability * intake assessment for eligibility <br><br>

<b>Restoring Family Links</b> -- tracing and reunion of family members after separation due to war, internal conflict, natural disaster, death or illness * after hours call 866-399-8412
<b>COVID19</b> -- individuals who reside in Toronto (M postal code) and cannot access traditional grocery stores or community food programs such as food banks due to required or recommended self-isolation or quarantine (70+, travelled outside of Canada, symptomatic, COVID positive) and have no other options to secure food delivery (friends, family, availability of delivery services)
toronto@redcross.ca
<b>COVID19 Update</b> -- Mobile Food Bank open from Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm
English ; other languages may be available upon request
416-480-2500
1-800-418-1111 * <b>COVID19 Emergency Food</b> 1-833-204-9952
www.redcross.ca/in-your-community/ontario
Disaster Relief/Recovery Organizations ; Disaster Survivor Inquiries ; Food Banks ; Grocery Delivery ; International Human Rights Programs
43.690094-79.5716730-Apr-20Designated parking at entrance ; Barrier-free washroom including door and stall ; Wheelchair accessible non-powered doors at main entrance
22
MET0320
Covenant House Toronto
Covenant House Toronto
Covenant House Toronto
20 Gerrard St E
Toronto, ON M5B 2P3
<b>COVID 19</b> -- New clients need to register at <a HREF="https://dailybread.link2feed.ca">dailybread.link2feed.ca </a> and bring the Client ID Number that you will get at the end of the online registration<br><br>Call or drop in * food bank -- at initial intake assessment discussion, income and address information, and identification for household members, may be requested -- call for details
Toronto
Emergency Intake 416-593-4849
<b>COVID-19 - all programs but shelter temporarily closed * takeaway meals available during former drop in hours * new screening/hygiene procedures at shelter</b> <br><br>

Crisis intervention centre * residential, non-residential and community support services * education * pastoral ministry * runaway prevention program * day program * community youth meal programs<br><br>

<b>Community Support Services, 416-204-7037</b> -- drop-in for ex-residents and non-residents * hot meal or food package (member of Daily Bread Food Bank) * clothing * hygiene necessities * showers * laundry * assessment and referrals * counselling * health care * housing help * literacy * life skills * assistance in finding and keeping a job * legal resources * recreation * computers and free wifi * ID clinic<br><br>

<b>Health Care Services</b> -- primary medical care * diagnostic services * health education * assistance in obtaining medical coverage * referrals * access to family practice doctor and psychiatrist<br><br>

<b><a href="http://Cov4Youth.ca">Cov4Youth.ca</a></b>, help@covenanthouse.ca -- online information, fact sheets and advice on youth issues and homelessness * searchable resource directory of services<br><br>

Life skills support for high-risk students attending alternative educational programs at <a href="https://www.tcdsb.org/ProgramsServices/BoardServices/Section23/Pages/default.aspx">Sheppard Centre Catholic School</a>, in partnership with Toronto Catholic District School Board (see separate listing)<br><br>

Member agency of Toronto Drop-in Network (TDIN)
Ages: 16 year(s) - 24 year(s)

Homeless and runaway youth 16-24 years
general@covenanthouse.ca
<b>COVID19</b> -- all programs but shelter temporarily suspended * takeaway meals available Mon-Sun 11:30am-7pm but regular drop in closed<br><br>
English ; French ; Spanish ; Other languages may be available
416-598-4898
1-800-435-7308
www.covenanthousetoronto.ca
Community Meals ~ Youth ; Faith Based Counselling ~ Homeless Youth ; Food Banks ; General Clothing Provision ~ Homeless Youth ; General Health Education Programs ~ Homeless Youth ; General Medical Care ~ Homeless Youth ; General Recreational Activities/Sports ~ Homeless Youth ; Homeless Drop In Centres ~ Youth ; Housing Search Assistance ~ Youth ; Identification Clinics ; In Person Crisis Intervention ~ Homeless Youth ; Internet Information Resources ~ Homelessness Issues ~ Youth Issues ; Legal Information Services ~ Homeless Youth ; Life Skills Education ~ Homeless Youth ; Personal/Grooming Supplies ; Public Showers/Baths ; Runaway/Homeless Youth Counselling ; Runaway/Homeless Youth Helplines ; Specialized Information and Referral ~ Homeless Youth ; Street Outreach Programs ~ Youth ; Youth Literacy Programs ~ Homeless Youth
43.659225-79.38141130-Apr-20Designated parking at entrance - unloading only ; Easy access to elevator - side entrance ; Barrier-free washroom including door and stall - main program area ; Wheelchair accessible washroom, assistance needed with door - 3rd floor ; Wheelchair accessible shower and bathroom stalls - girls residential floor
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Daily Bread Food Bank
Daily Bread Food Bank
Daily Bread Food Bank
191 New Toronto St
Toronto, ON M8V 2E7
Call early morning for referral to local food bank
Toronto<b>Food Assistance and Information and Referral Centre</b> -- City of Toronto except North York, see separate entry North York Harvest Food Bank * <b>Food Distribution and Coordination</b> -- Greater Toronto Area<b>COVID19</b> -- Mon-Fri 8 am-5 pm<b><br>

Food Assistance and Information and Referral Centre</b> -- referrals to local food banks and meal programs for persons in need of food * information, referral, advocacy and crisis support related to income supports and government entitlements (such as Ontario Works, Ontario Disability Support Program) * community services related to housing, legal, mental health, abuse and other issues * volunteer opportunities<br><br>

<b>Food Distribution and Coordination</b> -- collects, stores, distributes food to over 130 social service agencies * supports food programs that provide meals or groceries to people in need across the Greater Toronto Area<br><br>

<b>Fundraising and Development, Public Education</b> -- public education, research and initiatives on hunger, poverty and reducing need for food bank use * conducts public food drives * online <a href="http://www.dailybread.ca/donate">food donation</a> via credit card available<br><br>

<b>Allan Gardens Food Bank and New Toronto Street Food Bank</b> -- see separate entries
info@dailybread.ca
<b>COVID19</b> -- Mon-Fri 8 am-5 pm
English ; Other languages may be available
416-203-0050
www.dailybread.ca
Food Bank Referral Programs ; Food Collection and Storage ; Food Donation Programs ; General Benefits Assistance ; Hunger/Poverty Action Groups ; Social Sciences and Humanities Research ~ Hunger/Food Issues ; Subject Specific Public Awareness/Education ~ Hunger/Food Issues ; Volunteer Opportunities
43.60647-79.504047None16-Apr-20Wheelchair accessible automatic main entrance ; Call for details
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Eastview Neighbourhood Community Centre
Eastview Neighbourhood Community Centre
Eastview Neighbourhood Community Centre
86 Blake St
Toronto, ON M4J 3C9
<b>COVID 19</b> -- -- New clients need to register at <a HREF="https://dailybread.link2feed.ca">dailybread.link2feed.ca </a> and bring the Client ID Number that you will get at the end of the online registration<br><br>

<b>Food bank</b> -- 416-392-1750 ext 307 * income and address information, and identification for household members, may be requested -- call for details
Toronto Downtown ; Toronto Downtown Central ; Toronto Downtown East ; Toronto Downtown North ; Toronto Downtown West
<b>Food bank</b> -- Danforth Ave (north) to Lake Shore Blvd E (south), Carlaw Ave (west) to Jones Ave (east) and<br>
Danforth (north) to Gerrard St (south), Jones Ave (west) to Greenwood Ave (east)
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank open on Tuesday 10:30am-1 pm, from East Gym door, 86 Blake St, for questions leave a message 416-392-1750 ext 300 * possible delivery for people at high risk or having symptoms * donation at 86 Blake St 10 am-2 pm <br><br>

<b>Children and youth</b> -- social and recreation programs * EarlyON Child and Family Centre * summer day camp * youth leadership * after school and evening drop-in programs * homework help club * Eastview (Toronto) Boys and Girls Club * community events<br> <br>

<b>Parents and families</b> -- caregiver and child programs * parenting program * perinatal program * food access and nutrition programs * community garden * early school readiness program <br><br>

<b>Food Bank</b> -- member of Daily Bread Food Bank <br><br>

<b>Seniors</b> -- recreation * trips * home visiting * shopping * assistance in filling out forms * income tax clinic * escort services for Chinese-speaking seniors * support group * garden * crafts <br><br>

<b>Immigrants and newcomers</b> -- counselling * orientation workshop * information and referral * translation of letters and documents (from Chinese only) * citizenship classes * English as a Second Language classes * women's drop-in * cultural and recreation activities * income tax clinic
Residents of catchment area
info@eastviewcentre.com
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank open Tue 10:30 am-1 pm* for more information, leave a message at 416-392-1750 ext 300 * possible delivery for people at high risk or having symptoms * food donations can be made at 86 Blake St 10 am-2 pm <br><br>
English ; Chinese (Cantonese) ; Chinese (Mandarin)
416-392-1750
www.eastviewcentre.com
Aging/Older Adult Support Groups ; Arts and Crafts Instruction ~ Older Adults ; Boys/Girls Clubs ; Canada Prenatal Nutrition Program ; Certificates/Forms Assistance ~ Older Adults ; Citizenship Test Preparation ; Community Gardens ; Cultural Transition Counselling ; Day Camps ~ Youth ; Early Childhood Family Centres ; English as a Second Language ; Errand Running/Shopping Assistance ; Escort Programs ~ Chinese Community ; Escort Programs ~ Older Adults ; Extended Child Care ; Food Banks ; Friendly Outreach Programs ; General Expectant/New Parent Assistance ; General Recreational Activities/Sports ~ Immigrants/Refugees ; General Recreational Activities/Sports ~ Older Adults ; General Recreational Activities/Sports ~ Youth ; Homework Help Programs ; Interpretation/Translation ~ Chinese Community ; Leadership Development ~ Youth ; Neighbourhood Multipurpose Centres ; Newcomer Settlement Services ; Nutrition Education ~ Families ; Parent/Child Activity Groups ; Parenting Skills Classes ; School Readiness Programs ; Social Clubs/Events ~ Immigrants/Refugees ~ Women ; Specialized Information and Referral ~ Immigrants/Refugees ; Tax Preparation Assistance ~ Immigrants/Refugees ; Tax Preparation Assistance ~ Older Adults ; Travel ~ Older Adults ; Youth Enrichment Programs
43.675055-79.33978Nominal fees for some services21-May-20Designated parking at entrance ; Wheelchair accessible automatic main entrance ; Barrier-free washroom including door and stall
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St James Food Basket
St James United Church
St James Food Basket
St James United Church
400 Burnhamthorpe Rd
Toronto, ON M9B 2A8
<b>COVID 19</b> -- New clients need to register at <a HREF="https://dailybread.link2feed.ca">dailybread.link2feed.ca </a> and bring the Client ID Number that you will get at the end of the online registration<br><br>

Drop in, no appointment necessary * initial intake assessment discussion -- income and address information, and identification for household members, may be requested (call for details)
Etobicoke Central
Eglinton Ave W (north) to Bloor St W (south), Etobicoke Creek (west) to Kipling Ave (east)<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank open<br><br>

Food bank * member of Daily Bread Food Bank and Second Harvest Food Support Committee * community garden
info@stjamesfoodbasket.com
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank open<br><br>

Wed 1 pm-4 pm<br><br>

<b>2019-2020 closure dates:</b> November 27, December 25, 2019, January 1, February 19, April 1, May 20, July 1, August 5, September 9, October 14, November 25, December 30
English ; Arabic ; Spanish ; Ukrainian
416-203-0050 ext 261
www.stjamesfoodbasket.com
Community Gardens ; Food Banks
43.646762-79.556239None
<b>2019-2020 closure dates:</b> November 27, December 25, 2019, January 1, February 19, April 1, May 20, July 1, August 5, September 9, October 14, November 25, December 30
4-Jun-20Wheelchair accessible - call for details
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ANIDA Food Bank
ANIDA Food Bank
ANIDA Food Bank
4401 Steeles Ave W
Toronto, ON M3N 2S4
Call for appointment * identification required, including proof of address and identification for each family member
North York West
Steeles Ave W (north) to Finch Ave W (south), Weston Rd (west) to Jane St (east)
<b>COVID19 Update</b> -- Food Bank Open Thu 9 am-4 pm, phone 416-667-9333 * provides a three day supply of food bi-weekly to individuals and families<br><br>

Food bank * member of North York Harvest Food Bank
Open to all in need including individuals and families
info@anida.org
<b>COVID19 Update</b> -- Food Bank open Thu 9 am-4 pm, phone 416-667-9333<br><br>
English416-667-9333
www.anida.org
Food Banks43.772436-79.533033None08-May-20Wheelchair accessible main entrance - call for details ; Parking lot
27
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Lighthouse (The)
Lighthouse (The)
Lighthouse (The)
1008 Bathurst St
Toronto, ON M5R 3G7
<b>COVID 19</b> -- New clients need to register at <a HREF="https://dailybread.link2feed.ca">dailybread.link2feed.ca </a> and bring the Client ID Number that you will get at the end of the online registration<br><br><b>Food Bank</b> -- initial intake assessment discussion, income and address information, and identification for household members, may be requested -- call for details
TorontoFood Bank -- St Clair Ave (north) to Bloor St W (south), Dovercourt Rd (west) to Bathurst St (east)
<b>COVID19</b> -- Emergency shelter open * daily bagged lunches pickup at the front of The Lighthouse * Suspended -- daily community meal lunch, morning community drop-in, afternoon community drop-in<br><br>

Information and referral * settlement services and orientation for refugees and immigrants * life skills * assistance in accessing government and community services * advocacy * income tax clinic * individual and family counselling * case management for assaulted women * parenting groups * group activities for seniors * family summer program * family education and support groups<br> <br>

<b>Food Bank</b> -- groceries for residents of catchment area only * member of Daily Bread Food Bank and Second Harvest Food Support Committee
Priority to Vietnamese and Spanish-speaking communities for some services
info@lighthousecentre.ca
<b>COVID19</b> -- Daily bagged lunches pickup Mon-Sat 11:30 am-12-noon<br><br>
English ; Spanish ; Vietnamese
416-535-6262 * <b>telephone housing supports</b> -- 705-329-2265
lighthousecentre.ca
Case/Care Management ~ Abused Women ; Comprehensive Information and Referral ; Family Counselling ; Family Life Education ; Food Banks ; General Counselling Services ; Individual Advocacy ; Life Skills Education ; Neighbourhood Multipurpose Centres ~ Faith Based Organizational Perspective ; Newcomer Settlement Services ~ Chinese Community ; Newcomer Settlement Services ~ Hispanic/Latin American Community ; Newcomer Settlement Services ~ Vietnamese Community ; Parent Support Groups ; Social Clubs/Events ~ Older Adults ; Tax Preparation Assistance
43.670704-79.413671Program - haircutting and manicure/pedicure30-Apr-20Wheelchair accessible with non-powered door and ramp at main entrance
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North York Harvest Food Bank
Warehouse and Administrative Centre
Warehouse and Administrative Centre
116 Industry St
Toronto, ON M6M 4L8
Agencies network -- call 416-635-7771 ext 61 for referral or visit website
Etobicoke ; Etobicoke Central ; Etobicoke North ; Etobicoke South ; North York ; North York Central ; North York East ; North York West ; York
<b>Agencies network</b> -- Steeles Ave (north) to St Clair Ave/Eglinton Ave (south), Hwy 27 (west) to Victoria Park Ave (east)<b>COVID-19</b> -- open, food deliveries only<br><br>

Collects, sorts and distributes food to a network of neighbourhood food programs including food banks, shelters, prenatal programs, meal programs and community kitchens in northern Toronto * food bank and meal program referrals * community garden projects * pick-your-own farm trips * public education on hunger and poverty issues * professional development * volunteer opportunities<br><br>

<b>Lawrence Heights Community Food Bank</b>, <b>Bathurst-Finch Community Food Bank</b> and <b>Oriole Community Food Bank</b> -- see separate entries
info@northyorkharvest.com
<b>COVID19</b> -- open * Administration and warehouse -- Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm
English416-635-7771
www.northyorkharvest.com
Community Gardens ; Food Bank Referral Programs ; Food Collection and Storage ; Subject Specific Public Awareness/Education ~ Hunger/Food Issues ; U-Pick Programs ; Volunteer Opportunities
43.693991-79.492714None02-Apr-20Designated parking at entrance ; Wheelchair accessible automatic main entrance ; Barrier-free washroom including door and stall
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North York Harvest Food Bank
Oriole Food Space
Oriole Food Space
Oriole Community Centre
2975 Don Mills Rd W
Toronto, ON M2J 3B7
Call or email for appointment * proof of address (piece of mail sufficient) and identification required for persons sharing food
North York East
Steeles Ave W (north) to Hwy 401 (south), Don River (west) to Victoria Park Ave (east) -- area codes beginning with M2H, M2J
<b>COVID19</b> -- Wed 11 am-5 pm, by appointment<br><br>

Food bank * information and referral
Residents in postal codes beginning M2H and M2J
daffodil@northyorkharvest.com
<b>COVID19</b> -- Wed 11 am-5 pm, by appointment<br><br>
English ; Arabic ; Chinese (Mandarin) ; Farsi
647-772-3664Food Banks43.781803-79.351281None02-Apr-20Designated parking at entrance ; Wheelchair accessible automatic main entrance ; Easy access to elevator ; Barrier-free washroom including door and stall
30
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Centre for Spanish-Speaking Peoples
Youth Feeding Youth Food Bank
Youth Feeding Youth Food Bank
2141 Jane St, Rm 100
Toronto, ON M3M 1A2
Call ahead * no appointment required, no ID or proof of address required
TorontoToronto
<b>COVID19 Update</b> -- Food Bank Open * call for information on hours

Food bank * member of North York Harvest Food Bank
Everyone welcome with focus on youth, particularly Latino youth and their families
foodbank@spanishservices.org
<b>COVID19 Update</b> -- Food Bank Open * call for more information on hours
English ; Spanish
416-533-8545
www.spanishservices.org
Food Banks43.720345-79.508042None2-Apr-20Wheelchair accessible automatic main entrance - ramp to entrance ; Barrier-free washroom including door and stall
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Mount Olive Food Bank
Mount Olive Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Mount Olive Food Bank
Mount Olive Seventh-Day Adventist Church
1030 Albion Rd, Bsmt
Toronto, ON M9V 1A7
<b>COVID 19</b> -- New clients need to register at <a HREF="https://dailybread.link2feed.ca">dailybread.link2feed.ca </a> and bring the Client ID Number that you will get at the end of the online registration<br><br>No appointment required * initial intake assessment discussion -- income and address information, and identification for household members, may be requested -- call for details * Soup Kitchen open to all
Etobicoke North
Steeles Ave W (north) to Dixon Rd (south), Islington Ave/Hwy 401 (west) to Weston Rd/St Phillips Rd (east)
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank open Wed 1 pm-3 pm<br><br>

Food bank * member of Daily Bread Food Bank and Second Harvest Food Support Committee * Soup Kitchen -- hot meal * referral services as needed
Ages: 16 year(s) and up
cossettaevans@hotmail.com
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank open Wed 1 pm-3 pm<br><br>
English ; Arabic - Interpretation
416-741-1682
Community Meals ; Food Banks
43.736941-79.563514None30-Apr-20Not Accessible
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Toronto West Seventh-Day Adventist Church Food Bank
Toronto West Seventh-Day Adventist Church Food Bank
Toronto West Seventh-Day Adventist Church Food Bank
1621 Albion Rd, Lower Level
Toronto, ON M9V 1B6
<b>COVID 19</b> -- New clients need to register at <a HREF="https://dailybread.link2feed.ca">dailybread.link2feed.ca </a> and bring the Client ID Number that you will get at the end of the online registration<br><br>Call for information * initial intake assessment discussion -- income and address information, and identification for household members, may be requested
Etobicoke North
Steeles Ave W (north) to Dixon Rd (south), Hwy 427 (west) to Weston Rd/St Phillips Rd (east)<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank open<br><br>

Food bank * member of Daily Bread Food Bank
info@torontowestsda.org
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank open Sun 2 pm-4 pm<br><br>
English416-401-0030
torontowestsda.org
Food Banks43.741414-79.593264None
Closed June 14, 2020 reopening June 21, 2020
2-Jun-20Not Accessible ; Parking lot
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Food Pantry at Morningside
Food Pantry at Morningside
Food Pantry at Morningside
90 Mornelle Court, Bsmt
Toronto, ON M1E 4P9
<b>COVID 19</b> -- New clients need to register at <a HREF="https://dailybread.link2feed.ca">dailybread.link2feed.ca </a> and bring the Client ID Number that you will get at the end of the online registration<br><br>Call or drop in <br><br>Drop in * initial intake assessment discussion -- income and address information, and identification for household members, may be requested
Scarborough ; Scarborough Central ; Scarborough North ; Scarborough South
Scarborough
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank open<br><br>

Food bank * member of Daily Bread Food Bank
Low-income residents of Scarborough
info@csagss.org
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank open<br><br>

Sat 2 pm-4 pm
English647-762-4670
www.csagss.org
Food Banks43.787712-79.196188None1-May-20Wheelchair accessible rear entrance and elevator to basement ; Wheelchair accessible washrooms ; Underground parking
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Malvern Food Bank
Wigwamen Waabnong
Malvern Food Bank
Wigwamen Waabnong
20 Sewells Rd
Toronto, ON M1B 3G5
<b>COVID 19</b> -- New clients need to register at <a HREF="https://dailybread.link2feed.ca">dailybread.link2feed.ca </a> and bring the Client ID Number that you will get at the end of the online registration<br><br>Walk in or call for information * initial intake assessment discussion -- income and address information, and identification for household members, may be requested
Scarborough ; Scarborough Central ; Scarborough North ; Scarborough South
Steeles Ave E (north) to Hwy 401 (south), Markham Rd (west) to Pickering Town Line (east)<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank open, serving outside<br><br>

Food bank * member of Daily Bread Food Bank
info@torontoeastsda.ca
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank open Thu 2 pm-4:30 pm; serving outside<br><br>
English647-607-5943
torontoeastsda.ca
Food Banks43.807646-79.217226None30-Apr-20Wheelchair accessible - call for details
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Staff of Life Food Bank
Philadelphia Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Staff of Life Food Bank
65 Grand Marshall Dr
Toronto, ON M1B 5N6
<b>COVID 19</b> -- New clients need to register at <a HREF="https://dailybread.link2feed.ca">dailybread.link2feed.ca </a> and bring the Client ID Number that you will get at the end of the online registration<br><br>Drop in * initial intake assessment discussion -- income and address information, and identification for household members are required
Scarborough ; Scarborough Central ; Scarborough North ; Scarborough South
Scarborough
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank opened<br><br>

Food bank * member of Daily Bread Food Bank
Open to all
Info.pacs@yahoo.com
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank open Sun 2 pm-3:30 pm<br><br>
English416-286-3209
philadelphia23.adventistchurchconnect.org
Food Banks43.80286-79.194133None30-Apr-20Wheelchair accessible main entrance ; Wheelchair accessible washrooms ; Parking lot close to entrance
36
MET0975Rosalie HallRosalie HallRosalie Hall3020 Lawrence Ave E
Toronto, ON M1P 2T7
Contact intake worker
TorontoCity of Toronto
<b>COVID19 - Telephone and email support for new and current clients available, no walk-in service * call for crisis assistance, including emergency food bags for young moms, or to speak with residential program intake worker </b><br><br>

<b>----- ----- ----- ----- -----</b><br><br>

Children's mental health centre accredited with Children's Mental Health Ontario (see separate entry) * comprehensive range of specialized care and treatment programs for young parents, their children, partners and families * parenting support groups * outreach and support, advocacy and consultation * specialized and licensed child care and support for infants, toddlers and preschoolers (see separate entry)<br><br>

<b>Community Care and Treatment Team</b> -- assists young parents up to 21 years, and their families, with mental health attachment and trauma care * parent-infant interaction assessment * individual and group parenting support * outreach services in partnership with other community organizations<br><br>

<b>Community Counselling</b> -- individual, group and family counselling for pregnant youth, young parents and families * advocacy with housing, social assistance and returning to school * counsellors available for support in community settings such as schools * professional consultation available<br><br>

<b>Residential Care and Treatment</b> -- licensed prenatal and postnatal care and treatment for mothers 12-20 years who seek comprehensive parenting support<br><br>

<b>School Program</b> -- fully accredited secondary education and treatment program for pregnant or parenting youth 20 years and under<br><br>

<b>Young Parent Hub</b> -- groups and activities in cooperation with in-house programs and partner organizations (call for program hours) * Monday programs -- include prenatal classes, group for young fathers up to 25 years, and transition support program for parents up to 23 years with a child up to 12 months * Thursday programs -- group on healthy living topics and fun activities for young parents up to 25 years, infants and children welcome to attend with parent<br><br>

<b>Youth Outreach Services</b> -- outreach to any youth in Dorset Park, and their families * in cooperation with other community agencies<br><br>

Volunteer opportunities * services provided by other agencies -- Toronto Public Health, Jean Tweed Centre, Scarborough Hospital, Toronto District School Board, Toronto Catholic District School Board (see separate entries)
Expectant young women, young parents and their children * varies -- most programs under 21 years, some up to 25 years, see specific program for details
info@rosaliehall.com
<b>COVID19 - Services for new and current clients available by phone or email, Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm, no walk-in service at this time </b><br><br>

Office -- Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm * after hours -- telephone answered by residential staff * groups -- extended hours Thursday evening (call for details)
English ; French - dependent on staff availability during office hours
416-438-6880
Adolescent/Youth Counselling ~ Pregnant Teens ; Adolescent/Youth Counselling ~ Teenage Parents ; Child and Adolescent Psychiatry ~ Teenage Parents ; Childbirth Education ~ Adolescents ; Early Childhood Family Centres ; Family Counselling ~ Pregnant Teens ; Family Counselling ~ Teenage Parents ; Family Support Centres/Outreach ~ Teenage Parents ; Food Banks ; Formula/Baby Food ; Individual Advocacy ~ Teenage Parents ; Maternity Homes ~ Adolescents ; Maternity Homes ~ Young Adults ; Outreach Programs ~ Pregnant Teens ; Outreach Programs ~ Teenage Parents ; Parent Support Groups ~ Adolescents ; Parent Support Groups ~ Adolescents ~ Fathers ; Parent Support Groups ~ Young Adults ; Parent Support Groups ~ Young Adults ~ Fathers ; Post Pregnancy Shelter/Transitional Housing ~ Adolescents ; Post Pregnancy Shelter/Transitional Housing ~ Young Adults ; School Based Teen Parent/Pregnant Teen Programs ; Teen Expectant/New Parent Assistance ; Volunteer Opportunities
43.755353-79.248859None
<b>COVID19 - Telephone and email support for new and current clients available, no walk-in service * call for crisis assistance or to speak with residential program intake worker</b>
8-May-20Designated parking at entrance ; Wheelchair accessible automatic main entrance ; Easy access to elevator ; Barrier-free washroom including door and stall
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Grace Place Church Food Bank
Grace Place Church Food Bank
Grace Place Church Food Bank
Grace Place Church
1428 Kennedy Rd
Toronto, ON M1P 2L7
Drop in
Scarborough
Scarborough
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank * pre-packaged food bank items to isolated seniors * delivery to seniors in Scarborough only
Open to all
dorset_graceplace@rogers.com
<b>COVID19</b> -- Tue-Thu 1 pm-5 pm
English416-752-4100
www.graceplacetoronto.com
Food Banks ; Grocery Delivery ~ Older Adults
43.764331-79.281187None01-May-20Unknown
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Scott Mission
Scott Mission
Scott Mission
502 Spadina Ave
Toronto, ON M5S 2H1
<b>COVID 19</b> -- New clients need to register at <a HREF="https://dailybread.link2feed.ca">dailybread.link2feed.ca </a> and bring the Client ID Number that you will get at the end of the online registration<br><br>Contact intake worker * initial intake assessment discussion -- income and address information, and identification for household members, may be requested -- call for details
TorontoCity of Toronto
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank open, take out meals , shelter * clothing distribution closed temporarily except for emergency cases only, not accepting clothing donations<br><br>

Faith-based street mission, includes support and provisions such as meal programs, food bank, overnight shelter, ID clinic, men's and women's ministries, recreation programs, and child care<br> <br>

<b>Food programs</b> -- hot meal * also bag lunches<br> <br>

<b>Children and youth</b> -- after school clubs * summer camp at Caledon * licensed child care centre -- see separate entry<br> <br>

<b>Men's Ministry</b> 416-923-8872 ext 232 -- overnight shelter, including supper and breakfast * clothing * counselling * support groups * laundry and shower facilities -- call for times * seasonal income tax clinic available upon request * films, outings, games * Bible discussion group -- call for times<br> <br>

<b>Women and Family Ministry</b> 416-923-3916 -- food and clothing bank by appointment * for women and their families or single fathers with custody of children * baby food and formula * member of Daily Bread Food Bank * layettes for newborns * household items, bedding * supportive counselling and referrals * Christmas grocery and toy program<br><br>Member agency of Toronto Drop-in Network (TDIN)
Ages: 16 year(s) and up

Men and women 16 years and older who are homeless, families with low-income, children and youth * varies for different programs
info@scottmission.com
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank open Mon-Fri 9 am-12 noon pick up at north end of building * takeout hot meals available Mon-Sat 10 am-12 noon, pick up at laneway window at south end of building * bag lunch available Mon-Sun 4 pm at laneway door at south end of building * Shelter Open Mon-Sun
English ; Interpretive Services
General Inquiries 416-923-8872 ; Women and Family Food and Clothing Bank 416-923-3916 ; Donation Line 416-923-2400
www.scottmission.com
Baby Clothing ; Bag Lunches/Dinners ; Bedding/Linen ; Christmas Programs ; Community Meals ; Extended Child Care ; Food Banks ; Formula/Baby Food ; General Clothing Provision ; General Counselling Services ~ Men ; General Counselling Services ~ Single Parents ; Holiday Gifts/Toys ; Homeless Drop In Centres ; Homeless Shelter ~ Men ; Identification Clinics ; Laundry Facilities ; Men's Support Groups ; Public Showers/Baths ; Residential Camps ~ Youth ; Social Clubs/Events ~ Men ; Tax Preparation Assistance ~ Men
43.65863-79.40074122-May-20Street parking
39
MET1065
SPRINT Senior Care
SPRINT Senior Care
SPRINT Senior Care
140 Merton St, 2nd Fl
Toronto, ON M4S 1A1
Call for intake
North York ; North York Central ; North York East ; North York West ; Toronto Downtown ; Toronto Downtown Central ; Toronto Downtown East ; Toronto Downtown North ; Toronto Downtown West
<b>COVID-19 Food essentials deliveries</b> -- Hwy 401 (north) to Bloor St (south), Allen Red (west) to Leslie St/Bayview Ave (east) * <b>Food bank</b> -- inside the GTA
<b>COVID19</b> -- NEW program: COVID-19 Community Response Team -- team offering:
<ul><li>Food essentials deliveries
<li>Household essentials deliveries
<li>Food bank
<li>Virtual Security checks</ul>

Non-essential services temporarily suspended:
<ul><li>Community Wellness (group programs e.g. gentle fitness, dining programs, farmer’s markets)</ul>

Service reduction and/or alteration:
<ul><li>Transportation -- only doing medical rides and rides to Adult Day Program
<li>Adult Day Program (ADP) -- high needs clients only (small groups)
<li>House Calls -- critical visits only, virtual visits when appropriate
<li>Social work / Care navigation / caregiver support -- critical visits only, virtual visits when appropriate</ul>

Essential services (will never stop):
<ul><li>Dementia care residence
<li>Transitional care
<li>Meals on Wheels
<li>Supportive Housing
<li>In-Home Services for high-acuity clients, service may be altered for low-acuity clients</ul><br>

Multiservice community and home support agency * adult day programs * case management, free * counselling * foot care clinic * Home at Last * information and referral * home care * meals on wheels * social and recreation activities * support groups, free * supportive housing services * transportation * volunteer opportunities
<br><br>
<b>Community Wellness Program</b> -- lunch Monday-Friday at various locations with gentle exercise * <b>Meals on Wheels</b> -- Monday-Sunday, hot, frozen, kosher and vegetarian meals, Wellness Boxes (fresh fruit and vegetables) * <b>Farmers Market</b> -- summer food program * low cost
<br><br>
<b>In-Home Services</b> -- home help, homemaking * respite care * caregiver relief * <b>Home at Last</b> -- hospital discharge assistance * <a href="http://www.seniorshousecalls.ca/ "><b>House Calls</b></a> -- interdisciplinary health care for home-bound seniors, free
<br><br>
<b>Transitional Care</b> -- short term stays for patients leaving the hospital who need support before moving back home or into long-term care
<br><br>
<b>Supportive Housing</b> -- services for residents at Montgomery Place, Moore Place, George Barker Manor, and Janet Magee Manor -- Toronto Community Housing Corporation * services for residents with dementia at Ewart Angus SPRINT Home -- see separate entry
<br><br>
<b>Transportation</b> -- to medical appointments, shopping, personal tasks, social activities * lead agency for <a href="http://torontoride.ca "><b>Toronto Ride</b></a> -- assisted transportation for frail seniors and adults with disabilities in Toronto, a partnership of community support service agencies
Seniors 65 years and older and adults with disabilities * Adult day programs -- seniors and adults who are physically frail and/or have a cognitive impairment that require a supervised setting
info@sprintseniorcare.org
<b>COVID19 Update</b> -- Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm * call to get help with household essentials and food bank deliveries
English416-481-6411
www.sprintseniorcare.org
Adult Day Programs ~ Older Adults ; Adult In Home Respite Care ; Aging/Older Adult Support Groups ; Case/Care Management ~ Older Adults ; Disability Related Transportation ; Errand Running/Shopping Assistance ; Food Banks ; General Recreational Activities/Sports ~ Older Adults ; Geriatric Counselling ; Good Food Boxes ; Grocery Delivery ; Home Delivered Meals ; Home Health Care ~ Older Adults ; Homemaker Assistance ; Medical Social Work ~ Older Adults ; Mobile Markets ; Personal Care ; Podiatry/Foot Care ~ Older Adults ; Senior Centres ; Senior Meals ; Senior Ride Programs ; Volunteer Opportunities
43.69746-79.391825Fees vary, subsidies may be available2-Apr-20Wheelchair accessible automatic main entrance ; Elevator with braille and voice/tone features - with lowered control panel ; Barrier-free washroom including door and stall
40
MET1067
Soso World Ministries
Food BankFood BankToronto, ONDrop inScarboroughFood bankOpen to all
garth@sosoworldministries.com
<b>COVID19</b> -- 682 Warden Ave, Wed 1 pm; 10 Glen Everest Rd Sat 12 noon
English647-448-7676
www.sosoworldministries.com
Food Banks43.653226-79.383184None5-Jun-20Unknown
41
MET1092
Stop Community Food Centre, The
Stop Community Food Centre, The
Stop Community Food Centre, The
1884 Davenport Rd, Rear Entrance
Toronto, ON M6N 4Y2
<b>COVID 19</b> -- New clients need to register at <a HREF="https://dailybread.link2feed.ca">dailybread.link2feed.ca </a> and bring the Client ID Number that you will get at the end of the online registration<br><br>Food bank -- at initial intake assessment discussion, address information and identification for household members will be requested * for details contact Winsome, Community Services Team Leader, 416-652-7867, ext 227 or Intake, 416-652-7867, ext 226
Toronto Downtown ; Toronto Downtown Central ; Toronto Downtown East ; Toronto Downtown North ; Toronto Downtown West
<b>Food Bank </b>-- St Clair Ave W (north) to Bloor St W (south), Runnymede Rd (west) to Oakwood Ave/Dovercourt Rd (east)<br><br>

<b>Healthy Beginnings</b> -- call for catchment area
<b>COVID19</b>-- Food bank open * takeaway meals available * call ahead for details<br><br>
<br><br>

Services, programs and advocacy to address the problems of food access and hunger * open to community ideas for use of resources * member of Daily Bread Food Bank<br><br>

Drop-in * community dining * food bank * community gardening * community kitchens, bake oven * information and referral * community advocacy * Healthy Beginnings -- prenatal nutrition and support * Green Barn -- sustainable food production and education centre * Farmers Market * Good Food Market * in partnership with other agencies, ID clinic, help to find and keep housing, legal service referrals, settlement orientation to the community with information and referral to other services, dietetic counselling * educational and recreational sessions<br><br>

Member agency of Toronto Drop-in Network (TDIN)
general@thestop.org
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank Mon, Fri 12 noon-3 pm * take away breakfast Mon, Tue, Thu and Fri 9 am-10 am;
take away lunch Mon, Tue, Thu, and Fri 12 noon-1 pm<br><br>
English ; Spanish
416-652-7867
www.thestop.org
Canada Prenatal Nutrition Program ; Community Gardens ; Community Meals ; Drop In Centres for People at Risk ; Farmers Markets ; Food Banks ; Food Preparation Facilities ; Hunger/Poverty Action Groups ; Identification Clinics ; Issue Advocacy ~ Hunger/Food Issues ; Nutrition Education ~ Pregnant Women ; Specialized Information and Referral ~ Hunger/Food Issues
43.670859-79.45382None30-Apr-20Wheelchair accessible automatic main entrance ; Dedicated accessible washroom with all features
42
MET1153
St Ann Parish Food Bank
St Ann Parish Food Bank
St Ann Parish Food Bank
120 First Ave
Toronto, ON M4M 1X1
<b>COVID 19</b> -- New clients need to register at <a HREF="https://dailybread.link2feed.ca">dailybread.link2feed.ca </a> and bring the Client ID Number that you will get at the end of the online registration<br><br>Initial intake assessment discussion -- income and address information, and identification for household members, may be requested -- call for details
Toronto Downtown ; Toronto Downtown Central ; Toronto Downtown East ; Toronto Downtown North ; Toronto Downtown West
Danforth Ave (north) to Lake Ontario (south), Don Valley Parkway (west) to Pape Ave (east)
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank open * appointment only<br><br>

Food bank * member of Daily Bread Food Bank
Open to all
stannparishtoronto@gmail.com
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank by appointment only<br><br>
English ; French
416-466-2127
www.stanntoronto.com
Food Banks43.665944-79.348096None30-Apr-20Wheelchair accessible - call for details ; Street parking
43
MET11575N2Kitchens5N2Kitchens2050 Ellesmere Rd
Toronto, ON M1H 2Y9
Fill out online form by 4 pm for next day delivery * no walk in service, no phone orders
Scarborough Central ; Scarborough North ; Scarborough South ; Within 10-15 kilometers of address
West: Don Valley Parkway and Woodbine, South: Danforth, North: Finch, East: Port Union
<b>COVID19</b> -- food available, client must be at home to receive delivery or agency will not take a second order
<br><br>
Meal delivery * free packages of dry goods, soup and other items as available, packages will be securely sealed and drivers trained on best practices for safe delivery
Marginalized families; Females; Males
Contact@5N2Kitchens.Com
<b>COVID19 Update</b> -- Mon-Thu 11 am-1 pm
English416-551-0910
5n2kitchen.com/contact/
Home Delivered Meals
43.777794-79.234806Service - $5 delivery charge outside catchment area19-May-20
44
MET1158
Grant AME, Soup Kitchen
Grant AME, Soup Kitchen
Grant AME, Soup Kitchen
Fellowship Hall
2029 Gerrard St E
Toronto, ON M4E 2B3
<b>COVID 19</b> -- New clients need to register at <a HREF="https://dailybread.link2feed.ca">dailybread.link2feed.ca </a> and bring the Client ID Number that you will get at the end of the online registration<br><br>Drop in * call or visit website for information
East York ; Toronto Downtown East
<b>COVID19</b> -- food bank Wed 2 pm-6 pm, no appointment necessary, line up outside * hot meal suspended until further notice<br><br>

Hot meal * food bank * member of Daily Bread Food Bank
Anyone who is in need
grantamechurch@yahoo.ca
<b>COVID19</b> -- food bank Wed 2 pm-6 pm, no appointment necessary * hot suspended until further notice<br><br>
English416-690-5169
www.grantame.com
Community Meals ; Food Banks
43.68169-79.308437None20-May-20Wheelchair accessible automatic side entrance on Golfview Ave ; Street parking
45
MET1159
Toronto People With AIDS Foundation
Toronto People With AIDS Foundation
Toronto People With AIDS Foundation
200 Gerrard St E, 2nd Fl
Toronto, ON M5A 2E6
<b>Essentials Market</b> -- initial intake assessment discussion -- income and address information, and identification for household members, may be requested (call for details) * see hours of service for intake schedule
TorontoCity of Toronto
<b>COVID19</b> Limited in-person services Tue-Fri 12 noon-4 pm -- food bank, financial assistance, harm reduction, medication access, assistance with forms and referrals * case managers available by phone or email, Mon-Fri 10 am-6 pm * contact or visit <a href="https://www.pwatoronto.org/">PWA website</a> for information</b><br><br>

Treatment, practical support services, assistance navigating and accessing complex system of care, education and outreach<br><br>

<b>Treatment and therapeutic programs</b> -- one to one consultation on sexual health, medication and HIV information * medication access assistance * harm reduction information and supplies including needle exchange, crack kits, condoms and lube * complementary therapies including vitamin supplements, yoga, reiki, massage, acupuncture<br><br>

<b>Support programs</b> -- practical assistance and income supports including financial assistance, benefits assistance, internal and external referrals, advocacy, immigration assistance, holiday programs such as children's gift cards, hair-cutting services * assistance caring for pets, referral to veterinarian and short term foster program in partnership with Toronto Human Society * translation and interpretation services available, call for details<br><br>

<b>Food programs</b> -- <b>Essentials Market</b> food bank, including pet food (member of Daily Bread Food Bank) * <b>Food for Life</b> meal delivery * peer and professional food and nutrition workshops * new home start-up kits, holiday bags<br><br>

<b>Engagement programs</b> -- includes HIV/AIDS speakers bureau, safer sex educational materials, positive prevention outreach, peer leaders program and student peer education, women's programming, men's peer health navigator, Circle of Care, spiritual wellness, expressive arts therapy, holiday dinner and social programming, theatre access * volunteer training and opportunities
People living with HIV/AIDS, including children, women and transwomen, men and transmen
info@pwatoronto.org
<b>COVID19</b> - Limited in-person services -- Tue-Fri 12 noon-4 pm, including food bank, financial assistance, harm reduction, medication access, assistance with forms and referrals * case management by phone or email only -- Mon-Fri 10 am-6 pm
English ; French - Tue 2 pm-5 pm ; Spanish - Latinos Positivos, Mon-Fri 12 noon-5 pm, 3rd Fl
416-506-1400
www.pwatoronto.org
AIDS/HIV/STD Prevention Supplies ; Condition Specific Treatment ~ AIDS/HIV ; Disability Associations ~ AIDS/HIV ; Food Banks ; General Benefits Assistance ~ AIDS/HIV ; Gift Card Distribution Programs ~ Children ~ AIDS/HIV ; Hair and Nail Care ; Health/Disability Related Counselling ~ AIDS/HIV ; Home Delivered Meals ; Interpretation/Translation ~ AIDS/HIV ; Medication Information/Management ~ AIDS/HIV ; Needle Exchange/Distribution Programs ~ AIDS/HIV ; Nutrition Education ~ AIDS/HIV ; Peer Role Model Programs ~ AIDS/HIV ; Personal Health Care Advocate Services ~ AIDS/HIV ; Pet Boarding/Sitting Services ~ AIDS/HIV ; Pet Food ~ AIDS/HIV ; Prescription Medication Services ~ AIDS/HIV ; Safer Sex Education ; Specialized Information and Referral ~ AIDS/HIV ; Subject Specific Public Awareness/Education ~ AIDS/HIV Issues ; Undesignated Temporary Financial Assistance ~ AIDS/HIV ; Veterinary Services ~ AIDS/HIV ; Volunteer Opportunities
43.661432-79.371766None
<b>COVID19 - Toronto People With AIDS Foundation providing limited services * call or visit <a href="https://www.pwatoronto.org/">PWA website</a> for information</b>
8-May-20Wheelchair accessible main entrance, assistance needed with door ; Easy access to elevator ; Elevator with braille and lowered buttons ; Wheelchair accessible washroom, assistance needed with door ; Call for details
46
MET1182
Salvation Army, Community and Family Services
York Community Church
York Community Church
The Salvation Army York Community Church
1100 Weston Rd
Toronto, ON M6N 3S4
Food bank by appointment -- book online or call if no computer access, proof of identity, address, income and expenses required
YorkFood bank -- postal codes beginning with M6A, M6B, M6L, M6M, M6N, M9A, M9N and M9P
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank and Monday lunch still operating * other programs suspended until further notice<br><br>

Emergency material assistance including food, clothing as available * counselling * bread program * community lunch * support groups * men only groups * women's and mother and child programs * Youth Arts program <br><br>

<b>Christmas assistance program</b> (toys only) -- proof of ID for every household member, income and rent/lease agreement * volunteer opportunities
Open to all in catchment area
york.cfs@gmail.com
<b>COVID19 Update</b> -- Food Bank open Mon 12:30 pm-3 pm; Lunch Mon 12 noon-1:30 pm * other programs suspended until further notice<br><br>
EnglishFood bank --416-766-1361 ext 1
www.sayorkcc.com
Arts and Crafts Instruction ~ Adolescents ; Community Meals ; Food Banks ; General Clothing Provision ; General Counselling Services ; Holiday Gifts/Toys ; Volunteer Opportunities
43.685868-79.4877452-Apr-20Designated parking at entrance ; Wheelchair accessible automatic main entrance ; Easy access to elevator ; Wheelchair accessible washroom, assistance needed with door
47
MET1219
Neighbourhood Link Support Services
Head Office
Neighbourhood Link Support Services
3036 Danforth Ave
Toronto, ON M4C 1N2
Call, drop in or email
East York ; Toronto Downtown East
<b>COVID-19</b> -- Food Bank open Tue 9:30 am-4 pm * Meals on Wheels program open for home delivery Mon-Sun * <b><a href="http://www.neighbourhoodlink.org/partners-for-access-and-identification-paid/" target="_blank">Partners for Access and Identification (PAID)</a></b> -- PAID ID clinics are cancelled, contact PAID directly for urgent needs at 416-691-7407 Mon-Fri 9 am-3 pm, pick up location is 3036 Danforth Ave by appointment only<br><br>----------------------------------------<br><br>
Multiservice agency * community outreach, employment, education, homeless initiative, housing, recreation and social programs * information and referral * services for children, newcomers, seniors and youth
<br><br>

<b>Community Outreach</b> -- drop-in for families and children * income tax clinic, by appointment only * program activities * referrals
<br><br>

<b>Housing</b> -- supportive and non-supportive housing for adults 59 years and older, and one family building * see branch listings for details * Housing Connections Community Partner (see separate entry) -- assistance with housing search and application process
<br><br>
<b><a href="http://www.neighbourhoodlink.org/partners-for-access-and-identification-paid/">Partners for Access and Identification (PAID)</a></b> -- assists homeless persons in obtaining Ontario health cards, Canadian birth certificates, birth registration, verification of status, social insurance numbers * referrals to community services * operates at various sites, schedule varies -- call 416-691-7407 for details
<br><br>

<b>Seniors services</b> -- Adult Day Program -- for persons with physical or cognitive impairment * Akwasti Program -- home care and related services for frail elderly persons who would otherwise qualify for long term care facilities * Chinese Programs -- recreational activities in Cantonese and Mandarin * home support -- case management, client intervention and assistance * friendly visiting, security checks * transportation and escort, priority for clients with medical appointments, participates in Toronto Ride -- free
<br><br>

<b>Seniors meals</b> -- lunch every other Tuesday, dinner every other Thursday at Cecelia Murphy Building, 11 Coatsworth Cres * nominal fee -- call for details * lunch every third Wednesday, dinner every other Friday at East Toronto Seniors Centre, 2802 Danforth Ave * nominal fee --call for details
<br><br>
<b>Community meal for all</b> -- dinner every Thursday at Gower Park Place, 10 Gower Road * free * call for details
<br><br>
Youth and Newcomer services, Neighbourhood Link Employment services, Ontario Employment Services -- see separate entries
Varies by program
info@neighbourhoodlink.org
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food Bank open Tue 9:30 am-4 pm * Meals on Wheels program open for home delivery Mon-Sun * PAID ID clinic Mon-Fri 9 am-3 pm
English416-691-7407
www.neighbourhoodlink.org
Adult Day Programs ~ Older Adults ~ People With Disabilities ; Case/Care Management ~ Older Adults ; Certificates/Forms Assistance ~ Housing Issues ; Community Meals ; Comprehensive Information and Referral ; Escort Programs ~ Older Adults ; Friendly Outreach Programs ~ Older Adults ; General Recreational Activities/Sports ~ Older Adults ~ Chinese Community ; Home Delivered Meals ; Home Health Care ~ Older Adults ; Housing Search Assistance ; Identification Clinics ; In Person Reassurance/Monitoring Programs ~ Older Adults ; Individual Advocacy ~ Older Adults ; Neighbourhood Multipurpose Centres ; Parent/Child Activity Groups ; Personal Care ; Senior Meals ; Senior Ride Programs ; Tax Preparation Assistance
43.691064-79.28987322-Apr-20Wheelchair accessible building including main entrance and barrier free washrooms * street parking close to entrance * elevator
48
MET1229
Sharing Place
Sharing Place
Sharing Place
Grace Church of the Nazarene
624 Annette St
Toronto, ON M6S 2C4
Identification required with proof of address
TorontoCity of Toronto
<b>COVID19</b> --Open Thu 10:30 am-11:30 am, 6:30 pm-7:30 pm for grocery distribution including prepared food for take out. Clothing room closed<br><br>

Food bank * clothing, including children's clothing * meals * Christian environment
Open to all
info@sharingplace.ca
<b>COVID19</b> --Open Thu 10:30 am-11:30 am, 6:30 pm-7:30 pm for grocery distribution including prepared food for take out * clothing room closed<br><br>
English416-762-3322
www.sharingplace.ca
Community Meals ; Food Banks ; General Clothing Provision
43.659855-79.482159None16-Apr-20Not Accessible
49
MET1237
Friends of Jesus Christ
West Hill Community Food Bank
Food Bank Ministry
4205 Lawrence Ave E
Toronto, ON M1E 4S6
<b>COVID 19</b> -- New clients need to register at <a HREF="https://dailybread.link2feed.ca">dailybread.link2feed.ca </a> and bring the Client ID Number that you will get at the end of the online registration<br><br>Drop in * initial intake assessment discussion -- income and address information, and identification for household members, will be requested
Scarborough ; Scarborough Central ; Scarborough North ; Scarborough South
Scarborough<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank opened<br><br>

Food bank * member of Daily Bread Food Bank
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank open * Thu 2pm-5pm <br><br>
English416-335-8829Food Banks43.767944-79.185317None30-Apr-20Fully Accessible
50
MET1251
Toronto Alliance Church, Food and clothing banks
Toronto Alliance Church, Food and clothing banks
Toronto Alliance Church, Food and clothing banks
602 Queen St W, 2nd Fl
Toronto, ON M6J 1E3
Call or drop in
Toronto
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank Tue-Fri 10 am-2 pm * Saturday supper 5 pm-6 pm, meals handed out of the front door * other programs moved online or suspended<br><br>

Community supper, food bank, clothing bank * activities for children and youth including Children's summer soccer league (grades K-8), summer * worship services
Open to all
office@torontoalliancechurch.ca
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank Tue-Fri 10 am-2 pm * Saturday supper 5 pm-6 pm, meals handed out at the front door * other programs moved online or suspended<br><br>
English416-703-8211
www.torontoalliancechurch.ca
Community Meals ; Conversation Partners ; Day Camps ~ Children ~ Catholic Community ; Food Banks ; General Recreational Activities/Sports ~ Children ; Homework Help Programs ; School Meals ; Youth/Student Support Groups ~ Adolescents ; Youth/Student Support Groups ~ Young Adults
43.647299-79.404705None14-Apr-20Not wheelchair accessible
51
MET1278
Library Pop Up Food Bank
Albion Library
Library Pop Up Food Bank
1515 Albion Rd
Toronto, ON M9V 1B2
<b>COVID 19</b> -- Call ahead to book appointment, Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm * seniors needing help with pick up may call the Friendly Neighbour Hotline 1-855-581-9580 for assistance
Etobicoke North ; North York West
Steeles Ave W (north) to Highway 401 (south), Highway 27 (west) to Weston Rd (east)
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank * member of North York Harvest Food Bank<br><br>
Toronto Public Library (TPL) has partnered with the North York Harvest Food Bank, Daily Bread Food Bank and Second Harvest
Open to all in need
gloria@northyorkharvest.com
<b>COVID19</b>-- Wed, Fri 12 noon-4:30 pm<br><br>
English647-354-3805Food Banks43.73982-79.5839626-May-20Unknown
52
MET1367
Scarborough Food Security Initiative
Scarborough Food Security Initiative
COVID-19 Emergency Food Delivery
Toronto, ON
Call, email or visit website for information on volunteering or donations * <b>to access emergency food, <a href="https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe6GYNXos2nlsdFqj8wf2Jt5xuP1IET9v88t-YdmGf0UmAeEA/viewform">register online</a></b>
Scarborough South
Scarborough southwest: Eglinton Ave E (north) to Lake Ontario (south), Victoria Park Ave (west) to Markham Rd (east)
<b>COVID19</b>: Delivery of emergency food and medication by volunteers -- assistance with food and supplies between paycheques * volunteer opportunities, also donations accepted (visit website)
Individuals and families in financial need, who are self-isolating during COVID-19 crisis
ScarbCares@gmail.com
Varies, contact for information
English647-846-0300
scarboroughfoodsecurityinitiative.com
Food Banks ; Grocery Delivery ; Volunteer Opportunities
43.753498-79.263708None20-May-20Not Applicable
53
MET1470
Our Saviour Lutheran Church Food Bank
Our Saviour Lutheran Church Food Bank
Our Saviour Lutheran Church Food Bank
2705 Islington Ave
Toronto, ON M9V 2X7
<b>COVID 19</b> -- New clients need to register at <a HREF="https://dailybread.link2feed.ca">dailybread.link2feed.ca </a> and bring the Client ID Number that you will get at the end of the online registration<br><br>Call for appointment * initial intake assessment discussion -- income and address information, and identification for household members, may be requested (call for details)
TorontoSteeles Ave W (north) to Rexdale Blvd (south), Hwy 427 (west) to Islington Ave (east)<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank opened<br><br>

Food bank * member of Daily Bread Food Bank
<b>COVID19</b> -- food bank open Thu 2 pm-4 pm, 6 pm-8 pm <br><br>
English647-476-4242
www.oslc.on.ca
Food Banks43.741417-79.567536None30-Apr-20Unknown
54
MET1541
Salvation Army, Community and Family Services
Agincourt Community Church
Agincourt Community Church
3080 Birchmount Rd
Toronto, ON M1W 3K3
By appointment only * proof of identity, address, rent and income required
Markham ; Scarborough ; Scarborough North ; Whitchurch-Stouffville
<b>Food bank</b> -- Steeles Ave E (north) to Hwy 401 (south), Victoria Park Ave (west) to Markham Rd (east) <br><br>

<b>additionnal areas for Christmas Assistance, Vouchers, and Backpacks for school aged children</b> -- Markham-Whitchurch-Stouffville
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank remains open by appointment only<br><br>

Emergency food and Christmas assistance as available * school pack backs -- August and September as available
Open to those in catchment area * one visit per month, bring own bags <br><br>

<b>Food bank</b> -- serves those living in postal code areas beginning with M1S, M1T, M1V and M1W <br><br>

<b>additionnal areas for Christmas Assistance, Vouchers, and Backpacks for school aged children</b> -- serves those living in postal code areas beginning with L3P, L3R, L3S, L4A, L6B, L6C, L6E, L6G
agincourtcorps@bellnet.ca
<b>COVID19</b> -- By appointment only<br><br>
English ; Chinese (Cantonese) ; Chinese (Mandarin)
416-497-7520
www.agincourtcommunitychurch.com
Christmas Programs ; Food Banks ; School Supplies
43.803475-79.30932123-Apr-20Wheelchair accessible automatic main entrance ; Barrier-free washroom including door and stall ; Designated parking at rear entrance
55
MET1584
Toronto Council Fire Native Cultural Centre
Toronto Council Fire Native Cultural Centre
Food Banks439 Dundas St E
Toronto, ON M5A 2B1
<b>COVID 19</b> -- New clients need to register at <a HREF="https://dailybread.link2feed.ca">dailybread.link2feed.ca </a> and bring the Client ID Number that you will get at the end of the online registration<br><br>Call before Tuesday 4 pm 416-360-4350 ext 245 and leave a message including first and last name, family size, native or non-native * initial intake assessment discussion -- income and address information, and identification for household members, may be requested -- call for details
TorontoCity of Toronto
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank open<br><br>

Food bank * member of Daily Bread Food Bank
Open to all with a focus on Aboriginal people
infocoordinator@councilfire.ca
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank open * every other Thu 9:30 am-11:30 am - pick up at the Gathering Place, side entrance * call ahead for details <br><br>
English ; Cree ; Micmac ; Ojibway ; Oneida
416-360-4350
www.councilfire.ca
Food Banks43.659154-79.36618None5-May-20Wheelchair accessible automatic main entrance ; Easy access to elevator ; Elevator with braille and voice/tone features ; Barrier-free washroom including door and stall
56
MET1586
Yonge Street Mission
Davis Centre
Community Support and Family Services
270 Gerrard St E
Toronto, ON M5A 2G4
<b>COVID 19</b> -- New clients need to register at <a HREF="https://dailybread.link2feed.ca">dailybread.link2feed.ca </a> and bring the Client ID Number that you will get at the end of the online registration<br><br>

Call or email for appointment * visit website for information * <b>food bank</b> -- by appointment only, call 416-929-9614 ext 3200 * income assessment required for some services
Toronto Downtown ; Toronto Downtown Central ; Toronto Downtown East ; Toronto Downtown North ; Toronto Downtown West
<b>Food bank</b> -- Bloor St E (north) to Lake Shore Blvd E (south), Yonge St (west) to Don Valley Parkway (east) * <b>other services </b> -- downtown Toronto
<b>COVID-19</b> -- no public access to building<br><br>

<b>Food Bank</b> -- Tue-Fri 10 am-12 noon, 1 pm-3 pm * grocery bags available once a week by family size, no proof of income/address necessary, no appointment required * staff can also assist with hygiene supplies, baby items, warm wear, etc. * Cornerstone Families and Bridges adults can request grocery bags via Care Managers<br><br>

<b>Take-away meals</b> -- Tue, Thu 4 pm-5 pm * staff can also assist with hygiene supplies, baby items, warm wear, etc.<br><br>

<b>Mental health</b> -- "Walk in" telephone counselling 416-355-3568, Mon-Wed, Fri 9:30 am-4:30 pm, Thu 10 am- 7:30 pm * appointment-based telephone counselling 416-355-3568 or 416-929-9614 ext 3235<br><br>

<b>Employment services</b> -- employment support by phone/email * for inquiries call 416-929-9614 ext 2278 * no in-person meetings<br><br>----------------------------------------<br><br>
Family support services including advocacy, care management, Christmas assistance * lunch program, in partnership with Dixon Hall Neighbourhood Services * supper program * computer classes * children and youth programs including after school programs, homework help and tutoring, sports, summer camps, March break day camps * fathers group * child care -- see separate entry<br><br>

<b>Adult social drop-in</b> -- includes meal, recreation programs and workshops * Bible studies<br><br>

<b>Bridges Adult Program</b> -- chronic poverty initiative includes courses, workshops, mentoring, tutoring, case management and social events * seasonal income tax clinic * veterinary preventive pet care clinic for those unable to afford * health promotion * volunteer and employment programs<br><br>

<b>Counselling services</b> -- professional therapy for youth, adults, couples and families unable to afford counselling, by appointment * psycho-educational groups on topics such as anger management, anxiety, depression, emotional wellness * Christian orientation provided as requested

<b>Drop-in programs</b> -- includes employment services and housing assistance

<b>Food bank</b> -- 2-3 days supply of unprepared, non-perishable food * appointment required<br><br>

<b>Women's community development</b> -- programs include workshops, skills development, computer classes<br><br>

Member agency of Toronto Drop-in Network (TDIN)
Focus on individuals and families with low income * <b>Food bank</b> -- individuals and families * Bridges Adult Program -- individuals 18-60 years, living with generational poverty * Seniors program -- 60 years and older
info@ysm.ca
<b>COVID-19</b> -- telephone access during regular business hours Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm * see Description for specific programs
English ; Other languages may be available
416-929-9614 ext 3200
1-800-416-5111
www.ysm.ca
Career Counselling ; Case/Care Management ; Christmas Programs ; Community Meals ; Computer and Related Technology Classes ; Computer and Related Technology Classes ~ Women ; Day Camps ~ Children ; Diapers ; English as a Second Language ~ Women ; Extended Child Care ; Faith Based Counselling ; Faith Based Counselling ~ Christian Community ; Food Banks ; Food Preparation Facilities ; Formula/Baby Food ; General Counselling Services ; General Mental Health Information/Education ; Homework Help Programs ; Housing Search Assistance ; Individual Advocacy ~ Families ; Life Skills Education ~ Women ; Neighbourhood Multipurpose Centres ~ Faith Based Organizational Perspective ; Parent Support Groups ~ Fathers ; Personal/Grooming Supplies ; Senior Meals ; Social Clubs/Events ; Subject Tutoring ; Tax Preparation Assistance ; Veterinary Services ; Wellness Programs ; Winter Clothing ; Youth Enrichment Programs
43.662317-79.368291
Most services free * fees for some services, based on income
<b>COVID-19 - Building closed for programming and gatherings, and service modifications apply</b><br><br>
30-Apr-20Wheelchair accessible automatic main entrance ; Easy access to elevator - lowered buttons ; Barrier-free washroom including door and stall ; Street parking
57
MET1592
Salvation Army, Community and Family Services
Downtown East Community Church
River Street Ministries
77 River St
Toronto, ON M5A 3P1
Food bank -- call for appointment * proof of address and income, and identification for each family member required
East York ; North York ; North York Central ; North York East ; North York West ; Toronto Downtown ; Toronto Downtown Central ; Toronto Downtown East ; Toronto Downtown North ; Toronto Downtown West
St Clair Ave (north) to Lake Ontario (south), Bathurst St (west) to Coxwell Ave (east)
<b>COVID19</b> -- food bank still open Mon and Wed mornings by appointment only * other programs suspended<br><br>

Emergency material assistance including food, vouchers for clothing or household effects * food bank * <b>River Street Cafe</b> -- lunch, refreshments, conversation * weekly dinner requiring sign-up * Christmas Toy Distribution -- for ages birth-17 * Bible study<br>
<br>
Dreaming in Colour -- 12 week Employment Essentials program includes goal setting, life skills, employment/education preparation, placement<br>
<br>
Case Management -- assists families in breaking the cycle of poverty, with clients setting the goals * can include family support, school consulting, volunteer support, spiritual dimension * education on accessing neighbourhood services * advocacy with agencies, government offices, schools, landlords
Serves those living in postal code areas beginning with M4J, M4K, M4M, M4T, M4V, M4W, M4X, M4Y, M5A, M5B, M5C, M5E, M5G, M5H, M5J, M5K, M5L, M5R, M5S, M5T, M5V, M5W, M5X and M7A
<b>COVID19</b> -- food bank still open Mon and Wed mornings by appointment only * other programs suspended<br><br>
English416-304-1982
Case/Care Management ~ Families ; Clothing Vouchers ; Community Meals ; Eating Establishments ; Economic Self Sufficiency Programs ~ Families ; Food Banks ; Holiday Gifts/Toys ; Household Goods Vouchers ; In Person Crisis Intervention ; Life Skills Education ; Prejob Guidance ; Public Showers/Baths ; Return to Education Support
43.65965-79.35720411-May-20Wheelchair accessible automatic main entrance - with ramp ; Barrier-free washroom including door and stall
58
MET1595
Salvation Army, Community and Family Services
North York Temple
Food Bank25 Centre Ave
Toronto, ON M2M 2L4
Call for appointment -- proof of identity, address and income required
North York ; North York Central ; North York East ; North York West
<b>COVID19</b> -- Distributing food and clothing vouchers to new refugees<br><br>

Emergency material assistance including food, clothing, household effects as available * food bank * referrals * Christmas assistance program * residential summer camp for children
Serves those living in postal code areas beginning with L3T, L4J, M2H, M2J, M2K, M2M, M2N, M2R, M3H
marinawilliams@rogers.com
<b>COVID19 -- Tue-Wed, Fri 9 am-4 pm</b><br><br>
English416-225-7968 ext 228
Christmas Programs ; Food Banks ; General Clothing Provision ; Residential Camps ~ Children ; Tools/Equipment
43.791748-79.41596823-Apr-20Wheelchair ramp at front of building; washrooms not accessible
59
MET1596
Salvation Army, Community and Family Services
Bloor Central Corps
Bloor Central Corps
789 Dovercourt Rd
Toronto, ON M6H 2X4
Food bank -- <b>Appointment bookings in person or by phone during food bank hours</b> * proof of identity, address, income and expenses required
North York ; North York Central ; North York East ; North York West ; Toronto Downtown ; Toronto Downtown Central ; Toronto Downtown East ; Toronto Downtown North ; Toronto Downtown West ; York
Dupont St/St Clair Ave W (north) to Lake Ontario (south), Runnymede Rd (west) to Bathurst St (east)
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank emergency food only Wed-Thu 9:30 am-12noon; 1 pm-3 pm * Saturday supper take-away meals 4 pm-6 pm <br><br>

Emergency material assistance including food, household effects as available * crisis intervention * meals program * Christmas assistance program -- proof of ID for every household member, income and rent/lease agreement * residential summer camp for children
Food bank -- serves those living in postal code areas beginning with M6C, M6G, M6H, M6J, M6K, M6P AND M6R
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank emergency food only Wed-Thu 9:30 am-12noon; 1 pm-3 pm * Saturday supper take-away meals 4 pm-6 pm <br><br>

Tue-Thu 9 am-4 pm; Fri 9 am-12 noon; Sat 4 pm-7 pm * <b>food bank</b> -- Wed, Thu 9:30 am-3 pm by appointment * <b>Saturday supper</b> 4 pm-7 pm
English416-532-4511 ; Food Bank ext 100
www.salvationarmy.ca
Christmas Programs ; Community Meals ; Food Banks ; In Person Crisis Intervention ; Residential Camps ~ Children ; Tools/Equipment
43.662505-79.429379
<b>Appointment bookings in person or by phone during food bank hours</b>
11-May-20Designated parking in lot on north side of the building; Wheelchair accessible automatic entrance at parking
60
MET1597
Salvation Army, Community and Family Services
Etobicoke Family Services
Etobicoke Family Services
2152 Kipling Ave
Toronto, ON M9W 4K9
Call for appointment -- proof of identity, address and income required
Etobicoke ; Etobicoke Central ; Etobicoke North ; Etobicoke South
North and central Etobicoke
<b>COVID-19</b> -- Food bank remains open by appointment<br><br>

Emergency material assistance including food, clothing, household effects as available * counselling and referrals * support program for newcomers * moms support group * seniors group * Christmas assistance program * residential summer camp for children
Serves those living in postal code areas beginning with M9L, M9M, M9R, M9V, M9W, L4H and L4L * also serves Woodbridge area
Etobicoke_Temple@CAN.salvationarmy.org
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank remains open by appointment<br><br>
English416-743-1282
www.salvationarmy.ca
Aging/Older Adult Support Groups ; Christmas Programs ; Cultural Transition Counselling ; Food Banks ; General Clothing Provision ; General Counselling Services ; Parent Support Groups ~ Mothers ; Residential Camps ~ Children ; Tools/Equipment
43.720012-79.57149411-May-20Designated parking at entrance ; Wheelchair accessible
61
MET1598
Salvation Army
Yorkwoods Community Church
Yorkwoods Community Church
Yorkwoods Community Church
20 Yorkwoods Gate SE
Toronto, ON M3N 1J8
<b>Food bank</b> -- by appointment only, proof of ID for every household member, income and rent/lease agreement
North York ; North York Central ; North York East ; North York West
<b>COVID19</b> -- food bank still open * appointment only by phone or <a href=" http://www.yorkwoodscc.com/" target="_blank">online</a> * other programs suspended<br><br>

Emergency food * homework/after school club * Learning Together with Family program * Christmas assistance program * residential summer camp for children
Serves those living in postal code areas beginning with M3J, M3K, M3L, M3M, M3N, L4K
<b>COVID19</b> -- food bank still open * appointment only by phone or <a href=" http://www.yorkwoodscc.com/" target="_blank">online</a> * other programs suspended
English ; Spanish
416-631-7222 ext 102saywcc.com
Christmas Programs ; Extended Child Care ; Food Banks ; Homework Help Programs ; Residential Camps ~ Children
43.751508-79.514169Fees for some programs23-Apr-20Barrier-free washroom including door and stall ; Wheelchair accessible non-powered door at main entrance
62
MET1599
Salvation Army, Community and Family Services
Cedarbrae Community Church
Cedarbrae Family Services
2085 Ellesmere Rd
Toronto, ON M1H 2W6
Call for appointment -- proof of identity, address, rent and income required for each family member
Scarborough ; Scarborough Central ; Scarborough North ; Scarborough South
<b>COVID-19</b> -- Food bank remains open by appointment<br><br>

Emergency food * support, fellowship * Christmas assistance program * residential summer camp for children
Serves those living in postal code areas beginning with M1B, M1C, M1E, M1G, M1H, M1J, M1X and M1P
salvationarmy.cedarbrae@gmail.com
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank remains open by appointment * Mon 9:30 am-12:15 pm, Wed-Thu 9:30 am-2:15 pm
English ; Hindi ; Malayalam ; Tamil
416-438-2573
www.cedarbraecc.com/family-services
Christmas Programs ; Food Banks ; Residential Camps ~ Children
43.775729-79.23291211-May-20Not Accessible
63
MET1600
Salvation Army, Community and Family Services
Lakeshore Family Services
Lakeshore Family Services
5 Thirtieth St
Toronto, ON M8W 3B7
Call for appointment or book online -- proof of identity, address and income required
Etobicoke ; Etobicoke Central ; Etobicoke North ; Etobicoke South
Rathburn Rd (north) to Lake Ontario (south), Etobicoke Creek (west) to Humber River (east)
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank by appointment only 416-251-8372 ext 104 Mon, Thu 10 am-2 pm * pre-packaged food distributed through front entrance <br><br>

Weekly breakfast and lunch * parent and child program * after school club * Christmas assistance program -- must call for appointment
Serves those living in postal code areas beginning with M6S, M8V, M8W, M8X, M8Y, M8Z, M9B and M9C
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank by appointment only 416-251-8372 ext 104, Mon, Thu 10 am-2 pm * pre-packaged food distributed through front entrance <br><br>
English416-251-8372
www.salakeshore.com
Christmas Programs ; Community Meals ; Extended Child Care ; Food Banks ; Parent/Child Activity Groups
43.595902-79.52960611-May-20Wheelchair accessible automatic main entrance ; Wheelchair accessible washroom, assistance needed with door ; Designated parking ; Elevator
64
MET1626
St John the Compassionate Mission
Scarborough Good Neighbours Drop-In
Scarborough Good Neighbours Drop-In
193 Markham Rd
Toronto, ON M1J 3C3
Drop in or call
TorontoScarborough
<b>COVID-19</b> -- Meals -- breakfast 9:30, lunch 11:30-1 pm * take out available for shut ins * washroom and handwashing facilities * Emergency food for families with children 10 am-4 pm, must call for appointment * emergency help available at any other time -- call St John the Compassionate Mission 416-466-1357 * all other services and times cancelled<br><br>

<b>Meals</b> -- Wednesdays and Fridays breakfast 10 am-11 am, and lunch 12:30 pm-1:30 pm * food available through the day for anyone who is hungry * Wednesday supper 5 pm-7 pm -- evening service followed by supper and Bible study, limited space, please call ahead<br><br>

Kids program -- Saturday 2 pm-4 pm * cooking classes -- must register<br><br>

Moms and Tots program< -- Thursday 9 am-2 pm * drop in for mothers with children <br><br>

<b>Emergency food for families with children only</b> -- last Thursday of the month, every Friday afternoon fresh fruit and vegetables, call for appointment * emergency clothing, diapers and formula -- call ahead for availability<br><br>

Counselling, recreational arts, summer camp for children, retreat for adults
Serving homeless people, refugees and newcomers with a focus on families and children
good.neighbours.108@gmail.com
<b>COVID19</b> -- Open only Fri 9:30 am-4 pm * Meals -- breakfast 9:30, lunch 11:30-1 pm
English ; French ; Arabic ; Hindi ; Italian ; Malayalam ; Spanish ; Tamil ; Telugu ; Urdu
647-358-4105
goodneighboursmission.org
Arts and Crafts Instruction ; Community Meals ; Cooking Classes ~ Youth ; Day Camps ; Diapers ; Drop In Centres for People at Risk ; Food Banks ; Formula/Baby Food ; General Clothing Provision ; General Counselling Services ; Homeless Drop In Centres ; Parent/Child Activity Groups
43.743651-79.21879Service ; Services are free, subsidies available for summer camps and adult retreats07-May-20Designated parking at entrance ; Wheelchair accessible - call for details
65
MET1769
Salvation Army, Community and Family Services
Yorkminster Citadel Family Services
Yorkminster Citadel Family Services
1 Lord Seaton Rd
Toronto, ON M2P 2C1
Call for appointment -- proof of identity, address and income required
North York Central ; North York East ; Toronto Downtown North
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank remains open Wednesday 1 pm-3 pm<br><br>

Food bank * emergency material assistance including clothing and household items, as available * conversational English café * monthly luncheon for seniors * community kitchen * Christmas assistance program and residential summer camp for children
Serves those living in postal code areas beginning with M2L, M2P, M3A, M3B, M5M, and M4N (north of Lawrence Ave. East)
liz_colley@can.salvationarmy.org
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank remains open Wednesday 1 pm-3 pm<br><br>
English416-222-9110 ext 2
yorkminstercitadel.org/
Appliances ; Christmas Programs ; Conversation Partners ; Food Banks ; Food Preparation Facilities ; General Clothing Provision ; Residential Camps ~ Children ; Senior Meals
43.752429-79.407218None23-Apr-20Wheelchair ramp at south side of building; accessible washrooms
66
MET1879
Agincourt Community Services Association
Dorset Park Community Hub
Dorset Park Community Hub
1911 Kennedy Rd, Unit 105
Toronto, ON M1P 2L9
<b>COVID 19</b> -- New clients need to register at <a HREF="https://dailybread.link2feed.ca">dailybread.link2feed.ca </a> and bring the Client ID Number that you will get at the end of the online registration<br><br>Call or drop in <br><br><b>Newcomer Centre</b> -- call for appointment<br><br><b>Food Bank</b> -- call for appointment Tuesday or Wednesday * initial intake assessment discussion, income and address information, and identification for household members, may be requested -- call for details
Scarborough ; Scarborough Central ; Scarborough North ; Scarborough South
Scarborough * boundaries vary for partner agencies -- call for details
<b>COVID19</b> - Food Bank (prepackaged boxes) Open Wed-Fri 12:30 pm-4 pm * case management support to newcomers through phone and online platforms (e-mail, Zoom, Whatsapp, Video calls) * assistance to apply for EI for newcomers (permanent residents and convention refugees) 416-292-6912 ext 3<br><br>

Multiservice neighbourhood centre * food bank * community engagement projects * newcomer centre * seniors programs * financial literacy workshops <br><br>

<b>Food Bank</b> -- for Agincourt residents * by appointment only * member of Daily Bread Food Bank <br><br>

<b>Community Engagement Projects</b> -- Action for Neighbourhood Change Program (ANC) community development initiative, call for locations * Civic Awareness Project for ethnic communities to increase their knowledge and understanding of Canada <br><br>

<b>Newcomer Centre </b> -- needs assessment and Information and referral to community and social services * support with finding housing, child care, registering children in school and health care * help filling out government forms including housing and immigration sponsorship forms * help with connecting to language classes * Women's English Circle * workshops on financial literacy and other topics to reduce stress of adjusting to Canadian culture<br><br>

<b>Citizenship Preparation</b> -- offers courses, tests and activities to help newcomers prepare for the citizenship test <br><br>
<b>Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada</b> -- provides basic language skills in English upon assessment by YMCA of Greater Toronto -- see separate entry * online learning option<br><br>

<b>Mentorship and Skills Building</b> -- offers permanent residents and convention refugees resume and job readiness help, employment counselling, skills and career development in specific fields including food service, customer service, cashier training to help newcomers get entry level jobs <br><br>

Lead agency for Dorset Park Hub * other services provided by partner agencies including ACCESS Employment, Family Association for Mental Health Everywhere (FAME), John Howard Society of Toronto, VHA Home HealthCare, Youth LEAPS, Aisling Discoveries, Chinese Canadian Council, Madison Community Services, Extramile Ministries and Dorset Park Neighbourhood Association
<b>Food bank</b> -- Serves those living in postal code areas beginning with M1H, M1P, M1R, M1S, M1T, M1V and M1W<br><br>

<b>Newcomer Services</b> -- permanent residents or convention refugees<br><br>

<b>Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC)</b>-- permanent residents, convention refugees, government-sponsored refugees or others eligible<br><br>
info@agincourtcommunityservices.com
<b>COVID19</b> - Food bank open Wed-Fri 12:30 pm-4 pm<br><br>
English ; Arabic ; Chinese (Cantonese) ; Chinese (Mandarin) ; Hindi ; Tamil ; Urdu
416-292-6912
www.agincourtcommunityservices.com
Adult Mentoring Programs ~ Immigrants/Refugees ; Agency Facility Space ; Citizenship Test Preparation ; Community Involvement Programs ~ Immigrants (Canada) ; Computer and Related Technology Classes ~ Immigrants/Refugees ; Conversation Partners ~ Women ; Cultural Transition Counselling ; English as a Second Language ; Financial Literacy Training ; Food Banks ; Immigrant Benefits Assistance ; Immigrant/Refugee Employment Programs ; Neighbourhood Improvement Groups ; Neighbourhood Multipurpose Centres ; Newcomer Settlement Services ; Specialized Information and Referral ~ Immigrants/Refugees
43.767431-79.280694
<b>COVID-19 - Service restrictions in place during outbreak - call for details</b>
21-May-20Designated parking at entrance ; Wheelchair accessible automatic main entrance ; Easy access to elevator ; Barrier-free washroom including door and stall
67
MET1892
North York Harvest Food Bank
Bathurst-Finch Community Food Bank
Bathurst-Finch Community Food Bank
Centennial Library
578 Finch Ave W
Toronto, ON M2R 1N7
Appointment required * first visit -- identification required, including proof of address and identification for each family member * clients can access twice a month
North York Central ; North York West
Serves postal codes beginning M2R
<b>COVID19</b> -- food bank open, call ahead for appointment * Thu 11 am-5 pm<br><br>

Food bank * information and referral
Individuals and families
elis@northyorkharvest.com
<b>COVID19</b> -- call ahead for appointment * Thu 11 am-5 pm
English ; Russian
647-704-1111
www.northyorkharvest.com
Food Banks43.773027-79.4496None27-Apr-20Wheelchair accessible automatic main entrance ; Parking lot
68
MET1986
Avenue Road Food Bank
Avenue Road Food Bank
Avenue Road Food Bank
Church of the Messiah
240 Avenue Rd
Toronto, ON M5R 2J4
<b>COVID 19</b> -- New clients need to register at <a HREF="https://dailybread.link2feed.ca">dailybread.link2feed.ca </a> and bring the Client ID Number that you will get at the end of the online registration<br><br>Call or drop in * initial intake assessment discussion -- address information and identification for household members may be requested
Toronto Downtown ; Toronto Downtown Central ; Toronto Downtown East ; Toronto Downtown North ; Toronto Downtown West
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank open Wed 3 pm-5 pm * pre-packaged food delivery option available * if experiencing symptoms send a friend or family member to pick up groceries<br><br>

Food bank * member of Daily Bread Food Bank
Priority to residents living in postal codes M3M, M4B, M4P, M4T, M4V, M4W, M4Y, M5A, M5B, M5E, M5G, M5H, M5K, M5N, M5P, M5R, M5S, M6G, M7A and M8V
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank open Wed 3 pm-5 pm
English ; French ; Spanish ; Ukrainian - Interpretation
416-922-4371
www.churchofthemessiah.ca
Food Banks ; Grocery Delivery
43.676942-79.397925None30-Apr-20Accessible building and washrooms ; gender neutral washrooms
69
MET2020
Emmanuel Life Management Center
VP and Sheppard Food Bank
VP and Sheppard Food Bank
2743 Victoria Park Ave, Recreation Room
Toronto, ON M1T 1A8
<b>COVID 19</b> -- New clients need to register at <a HREF="https://dailybread.link2feed.ca">dailybread.link2feed.ca </a> and bring the Client ID Number that you will get at the end of the online registration<br><br>

Call or drop in * initial intake assessment discussion -- address information and identification for household members may be requested, call for details
Scarborough ; Scarborough Central ; Scarborough North ; Scarborough South
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank open<br><br>

Food bank * member of Daily Bread Food Bank
Open to individuals with low income or in need
elmc2010@hotmail.ca
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank open<br><br>
Fri 4 pm-6 pm
English416-203-2743Food Banks43.779183-79.323363None4-Jun-20Wheelchair accessible front main entrance
70
MET2085
Elspeth Heyworth Centre for Women
Elspeth Heyworth Centre for Women
Elspeth Heyworth Centre for Women
2350 Finch Ave W, Unit D
Toronto, ON M9M 2C7
Call or walk in
Etobicoke ; Etobicoke Central ; Etobicoke North ; Etobicoke South ; North York ; North York Central ; North York East ; North York West ; Vaughan
Steeles Ave W (north) to Wilson Ave (south), Islington Ave (west) to Dufferin St (east) * senior and youth services -- City of Vaughan
<b>COVID19</b> -- no walk-in service * <b>food bank</b> -- call for an appointment, also distribution of personal care items, diapers, washable masks, baby food and cereal, accepting donations * <b>domestic violence</b> -- coordinate pro bono virtual services with lawyers * online support and counselling via phone calls, emails and video * assistance with EI and CERB applications * <b>senior programs</b> -- virtual fitness sessions, technology training<br><br>
For general inquiries: info@ehcw.ca or maria@ehcw.ca<br>
For settlement services and support with applications: nissa@ehcw.ca<br>
For domestic abuse and counselling, support for youth, women and families: obioma@ehcw.ca<br>
For programs and virtual exercise for seniors: yougeita@ehcw.ca; monica@ehcw.ca<br>
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Newcomer settlement services in groups or individually * needs assessment, orientation and overview of community and government services, information and referral and to other service providers, assistance in form completion and interpretation
<br><br>
Employment programs including resume and cover letter writing, job search training, interview skills and mock interviews
<br><br>
Reduce Abuse and freedom from violence projects * counselling services for families * group sessions and workshops at various locations
<br><br>
Clothing bank, food -- call ahead to confirm food availability * member of North York Harvest, and support from Brands for Canada
<br><br>
Aging at Home recreational, cultural and educational services for seniors * youth summer programs such as recreational activities, leadership development, intergenerational activities for computer skills and gardening
Newcomers, immigrant and refugee women and their families
info@ehcw.ca
<b>COVID19</b> -- food bank by appointment<br><br>
English ; Hindi ; Punjabi ; Russian ; Urdu ; Interpretive Services
416-663-2978
www.ehcw.ca
Abuse/Violence Related Support Groups ~ Abused Women ; Case/Care Management ~ Abused Women ; Computer and Related Technology Classes ~ Older Adults ; Diapers ; Employment Insurance Benefits Assistance ; Food Banks ; Formula/Baby Food ; General Benefits Assistance ~ COVID-19 ; General Clothing Provision ~ Immigrants/Refugees ; General Recreational Activities/Sports ~ Older Adults ; Immigrant/Refugee Employment Programs ; Intergenerational Programs ; Newcomer Settlement Services ; Personal/Grooming Supplies ; Physical Fitness ~ Older Adults ; Spouse/Intimate Partner Abuse Counselling ~ Immigrants/Refugees ; Spouse/Intimate Partner Abuse Prevention ; Women's Centres ~ Immigrants/Refugees ; Youth Enrichment Programs ~ Immigrants/Refugees
43.751998-79.543691None21-Apr-20Wheelchair accessible automatic main entrance ; Dedicated accessible washroom with all features ; Street parking
71
MET2086
St Michael and All Angels Church Beeton Cupboard Food Bank
St Michael and All Angels Church Beeton Cupboard Food Bank
St Michael and All Angels Church Beeton Cupboard Food Bank
St Michael and All Angels Church
611 St Clair Ave W
Toronto, ON M6C 1A3
Drop inToronto
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank and takeaway prepared meals open Sun 11:30 am-12:30 pm and Wed 11am-12 noon<br><br>

Food bank
Open to those in need
<b>COVID19 </b> -- food bank and take away prepared meals open Sun 11:30 am-12:30 pm and Wed 11am-12 noon<br><br>
English
stmichaelonstclair.com
Food Banks43.681973-79.422937None1-Apr-20Stair access only -- lower level ; Street parking -- Wychwood Ave
72
MET2139
Bethany Baptist Church Food Bank
Bethany Baptist Church Food Bank
Bethany Baptist Church Food Bank
1041 Pape Ave
Toronto, ON M4K 3W1
<b>COVID 19</b> -- New clients need to register at <a HREF="https://dailybread.link2feed.ca">dailybread.link2feed.ca </a> and bring the Client ID Number that you will get at the end of the online registration<br><br>Drop in, no appointment necessary * initial intake assessment discussion -- income and address information, and identification for household members, may be requested
East YorkFood bank -- O'Connor Dr (north) to Danforth Ave (south), Don Valley Pkwy (west) to Woodbine Ave (east)
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank opened, serving outside * hot lunch temporarily closed<br><br>

Food bank * lunch * member of Daily Bread Food Bank
Open to all
bethanychurch@sympatico.ca
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank open, serving outside - line up on Cosburn Ave, practice social distancing * Thu 1:15 pm-2 pm * closed fifth Thursday of the month * hot lunch temporarily closed<br><br>
English416-425-9472
www.bethanychurcheastyork.com
Community Meals ; Food Banks
43.689245-79.348448None30-Apr-20Wheelchair accessible - come to Cosburn doors
73
MET2146
Daily Bread Food Bank
Daily Bread Food Bank
New Toronto Street Food Bank
Daily Bread Food Bank
191 New Toronto St
Toronto, ON M8V 2E7
<b>COVID 19</b> -- New clients need to register at <a HREF="https://dailybread.link2feed.ca">dailybread.link2feed.ca </a> and bring the Client ID Number that you will get at the end of the online registration<br><br>Initial intake assessment discussion -- income and address information, and identification for household members, may be requested -- call for details
TorontoDundas St W (north) to Lake Ontario (south), Etobicoke Creek (west) to Humber River (east)<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank open Mon, Wed, Fri 1 pm-4 pm * service outside and clients will receive a pre-packed hamper * clients will be asked to practice social distancing while waiting for service <br><br>

Food bank
info@dailybread.ca
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank opened Mon, Wed, Fri 1 pm-4 p<br><br>
English ; other languages may be available
416-203-0050
www.dailybread.ca
Food Banks43.60647-79.504047None30-Apr-20Wheelchair accessible entrance
74
MET2147
North York Harvest Food Bank
Lawrence Heights Community Food Space
Lawrence Heights Community Food Space
81 Varna Dr
Toronto, ON M6A 2L8
Call or email for appointment * proof of address and identification for each family member required
North York Central ; North York East ; North York West ; York
<b>Catchment area 1</b> -- Hwy 401 (north) to Lawrence Ave (south), Bathurst St (west) to Bayview Ave (east)<br>
<b>Catchment area 2</b> -- Hwy 401 (north) to Eglinton Ave (south), Dufferin St (west) to Bathurst St (east)
<b>COVID19</b> -- Tue 11 am-5 pm, by appointment<br><br>

Food assistance * information and referral
Open to all in catchment areas
juliana@northyorkharvest.com
<b>COVID19</b> -- Tue 11 am-5 pm, by appointment only<br><br>
English647-786-3663
www.northyorkharvest.com
Food Banks43.722995-79.443202None1-Apr-20Not wheelchair accessible
75
MET2187
Toronto Aboriginal Support Services Council
Toronto Aboriginal Support Services Council
Toronto Aboriginal Support Services Council
16 Spadina Rd
Toronto, ON M5R 2S7
<b>COVID-19</b> - For emergency access to food, resources and/or goods, visit website for <a href="https://tassc1.typeform.com/to/LUZhPa" target="_blank">online intake form</a> -- click on Get In Touch to begin
TorontoCity of Toronto
<b>COVID-19</b> - Coordinating access to supports for Indigenous communities, including increased access to food and financial support * visit website to <b><a href="https://tassc1.typeform.com/to/LUZhPa" target="_blank">apply for assistance</a></b>, or for a list of <b><a href="https://www.tassc.ca/supports.html" target="_blank">agencies serving Indigenous communities</a></b> -- programs and services vary by agency
Indigenous community members
info@tassc.ca
<b>COVID-19</b> - Varies by participating organization, <b>visit website for a list of <a href="https://www.tassc.ca/supports.html" target="_blank">agencies, hours, locations, and services</a>
English ; Varies by participating organizations
647-748-6100
www.tassc.ca
Ethnocultural Advocacy Groups ~ Indigenous Peoples Issues ; Food Bank Referral Programs ; Food Banks ; Grocery Delivery ; Group Advocacy ~ Indigenous Communities
43.668191-79.404947None7-May-20
76
MET2193
Library Pop Up Food Bank
Jane/Sheppard Library
Library Pop Up Food Bank
1906 Sheppard Ave W
Toronto, ON M3L 1Y7
<b>COVID 19</b> -- Call for appointment Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm * seniors needing help with pick up may call the Friendly Neighbour Hotline 1-855-581-9580 for assistance
North York West ; Jane and Sheppard
Finch Ave (north) to Hwy 410 (south), Weston Rd (west) to Keele St (east)
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank * member of North York Harvest Food Bank, supported by Society for the Living Food Bank<br><br>
Toronto Public Library (TPL) has partnered with the North York Harvest Food Bank, Daily Bread Food Bank and Second Harvest
Open to all in need
gloria@northyorkharvest.com
<b>COVID-19</b> -- Thu 10 am-4 pm
English647-354-3805Food Banks43.73997-79.510096None26-May-20Unknown
77
MET2194
Hand Up Toronto For Kids
Hand Up Toronto For Kids
COVID-19 Breakfast Care Package
Toronto, ON
Email kids@handuptoronto.org or visit website to <a href="https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdW7AOOEdZaeryJtn8kWYtReVHeUhuRK75H1CJWiZ6hVbERCg/viewform" target="_blank">complete intake form and join wait list</a> * text or email sent prior to delivery (wait time varies) -- social distancing and heightened sanitation practices * pick-up option also available * order confirmed by text, email or telephone prior to delivery
Peel Region ; Toronto ; York Region
City of Toronto, Peel Region, York Region
<b>COVID-19</b> Breakfast care package delivery * package up to $25 generally includes milk, bananas, bread, eggs, cereal, oatmeal, yogurt -- contents may vary * partners with local store to order and delivery package, or arrange pick-up
<b>COVID-19</b> - Children and youth in low income households
info@handuptoronto.org
Varies -- wait list available online
English
handuptoronto.org
Food Banks ; Grocery Delivery
43.653226-79.383184None
<b>COVID-19 - Breakfast delivery program for families with children and vulnerable youth</b>
7-May-20Not Applicable
78
MET2197
Toronto Cares
Toronto Cares
COVID-19 Grocery Delivery
Toronto, ON
To request hamper -- contact helping.toronto.intake@gmail.com, or visit website for <a href="https://toronto-cares.ca/grocery-boxes">intake form</a> * volunteers -- contact helping.toronto.volunteers@gmail.com
Brampton ; Mississauga ; Oakville ; Toronto ; York Region
City of Toronto, York Region and Mississauga * other GTA locations dependent on available volunteers and demand: Brampton, Oakville
<b>COVID19</b> -- Grocery hampers delivered by volunteers, usually within 7-10 days * hampers contain perishable and non-perishable food, baby supplies, toiletry items, pet food (cat/dog) * toys/crafts/games -- contact for information * resource team - information on local programs and services
Individuals and families with low income, occaisionally including those who qualify for Employment Insurance (EI) or Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB)
helping.toronto.intake@gmail.com
<b>COVID19</b> -- Sun-Fri 9 am-9 pm
English ; Other languages dependent on participating volunteers
647-451-3663; 647-451-FOOD
toronto-cares.ca
Food Banks ; Formula/Baby Food ; Grocery Delivery ; Pet Food
43.653226-79.383184Pay what you can starting at $12 for low income families, delivery free; up to $30 for higher income families * emergency boxes available upon request and review of situation5-Jun-20Not Applicable
79
MET2216
Neighbourhood Food Hub
Glen Rhodes United Church
COVID-19 Emergency Food Delivery
1470 Gerrard St E
Toronto, ON M4L 2A3
Call, email or visit website
Toronto Downtown East
Danforth Ave (north) to Lake Shore Blvd E (south), Jones Ave (west) to Woodbine Ave (east)
<b>COVID-19 - Food security programs and services, including delivery of emergency food boxes (fruits and vegetables) and freshly prepared frozen meals </b><br><br>

Delivery of food bank baskets in partnership with Glen Rhodes Food Bank, see separate listing * weekly frozen meal delivery for seniors in partnership with Feed It Forward and Applegrove Community Complex, see separate listings * volunteer opportunities
Individuals and families, including seniors, facing food and/or income insecurity
info@neighbourhoodfoodhub.com
Varies -- contact or visit website for details
English647-548-8143
www.neighbourhoodfoodhub.com
Food Banks ; Grocery Delivery ; Home Delivered Meals
43.672648-79.3209None
<b>COVID-19 - Delivery of emergency food boxes (fruits and vegetables) and freshly prepared frozen meals * contact for details</b>
05-May-20Street parking ; Wheelchair accessible main entrance, assistance required ; Wheelchair accessible washroom, including door and stall
80
MET2233
Emmanuel Life Management Center
Settlement Assistance and Family Support Services, Kingston Centre
Emergency Relief Food Program
4352 Kingston Rd
Toronto, ON M1E 2M8
Call or drop in * names and addresses collected, call for details * must register for delivery
Scarborough ; Scarborough Central ; Scarborough North ; Scarborough South
<b>COVID19</b> -- emergency relief food program -- food bank by pick up or delivery * delivery for vulnerable individuals (seniors, pregnant women, persons with disabilities, single parents) only * member of Second Harvest Food Support Committee
Open to those affected by COVID19 * delivery for vulnerable individuals (seniors, pregnant women, persons with disabilities, single parents) only
elmc2010@hotmail.ca
<b>COVID19</b> -- Wed 12 noon-3 pm
English ; Bengali ; Hindi
437-886-4694
Food Banks ; Grocery Delivery
43.765962-79.191665None13-May-20Wheelchair accessible front main entrance
81
MET2239
East Toronto Food Coalition
East Toronto Food Coalition
COVID-19 Emergency Food Delivery
Royal Canadian Legion
9 Dawes Rd
Toronto, ON M4C 5A8
Call or visit website to <a href="https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdbK039xFQ4Zmdrkr7_O2PQSVLNICuNNDEP2pBFmr01BUwDvA/viewform?fbclid=IwAR0w2Z9WedLsXzOt_WOQsnBk85LtsMTcq4oYhzsME3ID7aih-sc42tv0aRk">apply online</a>
East York ; Toronto Downtown Central ; Toronto Downtown East
Bloor St E/Danforth Ave/O’Connor Ave (north) to Lake Ontario (south), Victoria Park Ave (east) to Yonge St (west)
<b>COVID19</b> -- delivery of food hampers by volunteers * in partnership with Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 11
Individuals and families in need
covidfoodcoalition@gmail.com
Mon-Fri -- intake 10 am-1 pm, deliveries 4 pm-8 pm
English647-362-7332 ext 0
covidfoodcoalition.wixsite.com/website
Food Banks ; Grocery Delivery
43.687926-79.296698None22-May-20Unknown
82
MET2254
Salvation Army, Community and Family Services
North Toronto Community Church
North Toronto Community Church
42 Eglinton Ave W
Toronto, ON M4R 1A1
Call or email for appointment * proof of identity, address, rent and income required
North York Central ; North York East ; North York West ; Toronto Downtown North ; York
<b>Food bank</b> -- Lawrence Ave (north) to St Clair Ave (south), Bathurst St (west) to Don Valley Pkwy (east)
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank remains open by appointment only<br><br>
Open to those in catchment area * one visit per month, bring own bags <br><br>

<b>Food bank</b> -- serves those living in postal code areas beginning with M3C, M4G, M4H, M4N, M4P, M4R, M4S, M5N and M5P
ntcommunitychurch@gmail.com
<b>COVID19</b> -- By appointment only<br><br>
English ; Chinese (Cantonese) ; Chinese (Mandarin) ; Spanish
416-488-7954
www.ntcommunitychurch.com/
Food Banks43.706518-79.40010428-May-20Unknown
83
MET2370
St Bartholomew's Anglican Church, Regent Park Community Services
St Bartholomew's Anglican Church, Regent Park Community Services
St Bartholomew's Anglican Church, Regent Park Community Services
509 Dundas St E
Toronto, ON M5A 3V3
<b>COVID 19</b> -- New clients need to register at <a HREF="https://dailybread.link2feed.ca">dailybread.link2feed.ca </a> and bring the Client ID Number that you will get at the end of the online registration<br><br>Initial intake assessment discussion -- income and address information, and identification for household members, may be requested -- call for details
Toronto Downtown ; Toronto Downtown Central ; Toronto Downtown East ; Toronto Downtown North ; Toronto Downtown West
<b>Food bank (families, couples, single women)</b> -- Dundas St E (north) to Lake Ontario (south), Jarvis St (west) to Sherbourne St (east)<br><br>

<b>Food bank (single men)</b> -- Dundas St E (north) to Lake Ontario (south), Jarvis St (west) to Parliament St (east)
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank and breakfast open * other services closed<br><br>

Breakfast program and food bank * year round tax clinic * Christmas assistance * associated with NeighbourLink Downtown Toronto * member of Daily Bread Food Bank * religious services<br>
<br>
Children's Centre, 416-368-6375, fax 416-368-4817 -- after school, March break and summer day programs * also child care centre (see separate entry)<br><br>

Drop in -- open for all, children must be accompanied by an adult/caregiver * lunch
Breakfast program for all ages
stbartsanglican@gmail.com
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank and meal opened * Breakfast program -- Throughout the year, Thu 6 am-8 am * Food Bank -- Mon, Thu 10 am-11:30 am, closed first Monday or Thursday of the month, whichever comes first * summer closure July and August
English416-368-9180
www.stbartstoronto.ca
Christmas Programs ; Community Meals ; Day Camps ~ Children ; Extended Child Care ~ Children ; Food Banks ; Tax Preparation Assistance
43.659656-79.364024None30-Apr-20Not Accessible ; Parking lot at rear of building
84
MET2823
Afghan Women's Organization
North York Program Site
North York Program Site
747 Don Mills Rd, Bsmt
Toronto, ON M3C 1T2
Call or visit website for information
Toronto
<b>COVID19 Update</b> -- Food Bank Mon-Fri 11 am-4 pm, home delivery for seniors, text or call 416-388-8323 to book an appointment, limited variety and quantities<br><br>

Immigrant Settlement and Adaptation Program -- needs assessment * information and referral * advocacy * orientation * sponsorship of refugees * translation and interpretation * escort * assistance in finding housing * health workshops * heritage language classes * skills upgrading * seniors program for mutual support and education * youth program offering services in settlement, counselling, skills development and social events * Homework Club with individual assistance and group work * citizenship test preparation classes
<br><br>
English as a Second Language / LINC -- participates in LINC (Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada) in English, upon assessment by YMCA of Greater Toronto -- see separate entry * childminding available * day or evening classes<br><br>

Community Connections Mentorship Program -- group activities for newly arrived immigrants and refugees of all ages to help orient them to their new community and establish social and professional networks * trained and experienced volunteer mentors assist, with focus on citizenship and civic engagement or skills and career development<br><br>

Financial Literacy Project -- one month certificate course * individual counselling and orientation sessions<br><br>

Family Support and mental health services -- parenting sessions * mental health -- support groups, counselling, crisis intervention * Women’s Circle * Make the First Move -- yoga and zumba fitness classes for women
<br><br>

Community development including Afghan Women's Catering Group * Afghan Sewing Circle * media and overseas projects
Newcomers with a focus on women, their families, refugees and people who have experienced war or persecution
awo@afghanwomen.org
<b>COVID19 Update</b> -- Food Bank Mon-Fri 11 am-4 pm, home delivery for seniors, text or call 416-388-8323 to book an appointment<br><br>

Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm
English ; Dari ; Farsi ; Pashto ; Uzbek
416-422-2225
afghanwomen.org
Adult Basic Education ~ Afghan Community ; Adult Mentoring Programs ~ Immigrants/Refugees ; Aging/Older Adult Support Groups ~ Afghan Community ; Career Exploration ~ Immigrants/Refugees ; Citizenship Test Preparation ~ Afghan Community ; Cultural Transition Counselling ; English as a Second Language ~ Afghan Community ; Financial Literacy Training ~ Immigrants/Refugees ; Food Banks ; Food Service Contractors ; General Counselling Services ~ Immigrants/Refugees ; General Health Education Programs ~ Immigrants/Refugees ; Grocery Delivery ; Homework Help Programs ~ Immigrants/Refugees ; Housing Search Assistance ~ Immigrants/Refugees ; Immigrant Mutual Assistance Associations ~ Afghan Community ; Immigrant/Newcomer Accompaniment Programs ~ Afghan Community ; In Person Crisis Intervention ~ Immigrants/Refugees ; Individual Advocacy ~ Afghan Community ; International Development Programs ; Interpretation/Translation ~ Afghan Community ; Language Instruction ~ Afghan Community ; Life Skills Education ~ Youth ~ Immigrants/Refugees ; Mental Health Related Support Groups ~ Immigrants/Refugees ; Needlecraft Instruction ~ Afghan Community ; Newcomer Settlement Services ~ Afghan Community ; Newcomer Settlement Services ~ Youth ; Parenting Skills Classes ~ Immigrants/Refugees ; Physical Fitness ~ Women ; Refugee Application Assistance ~ Afghan Community ; Social Clubs/Events ~ Youth ~ Afghan Community ; Women's Support Groups ~ Afghan Community ; Youth Enrichment Programs ~ Afghan Community
43.714184-79.334311None7-May-20Wheelchair accessible automatic main entrance ; Barrier-free washroom including door and stall
85
MET3373
Syme Woolner Neighbourhood and Family Centre
Woolner Office
Food Bank190 Woolner Ave, Bsmt
Toronto, ON M6N 1Y3
<b>COVID 19</b> -- New clients need to register at <a HREF="https://dailybread.link2feed.ca">dailybread.link2feed.ca </a> and bring the Client ID Number that you will get at the end of the online registration<br><br>Call for appointment * initial intake assessment discussion -- income and address information, and identification for household members, may be requested -- call for details
YorkEglinton Ave W (north) to St Clair Ave W (south), Jane St (west) to Weston Rd (east)
<b>COVID19</b> -- Fri 9:30 am-1:30 pm, Sat 10 am-1 pm, by appointment, call 416-766-4634 ext 228
<br><br>

Food bank * member of Daily Bread Food Bank and North York Harvest Food Bank
Open to all in catchment area
<br><b>COVID19</b> -- Fri 9:30 am-1:30 pm, Sat 10 am-1 pm, by appointment, call 416-766-4634 ext 228
<br><br>
English416-766-4634
www.symewoolner.org
Food Banks43.672721-79.49064530-Apr-20Wheelchair accessible automatic main entrance ; Dedicated accessible washroom with all features
86
MET3498
Oasis Dufferin Community Centre
Oasis Dufferin Community Centre
Oasis Dufferin Community Centre
1219 Dufferin St
Toronto, ON M6H 4C2
<b>COVID 19</b> -- New clients need to register at <a HREF="https://dailybread.link2feed.ca">dailybread.link2feed.ca </a> and bring the Client ID Number that you will get at the end of the online registration<br><br><b>Food bank</b> -- at initial intake assessment discussion, income and address information, and identification for household members, may be requested -- call for details
Toronto<b>Food Bank</b> -- Rogers Rd and Vaughan Rd (north) to Dundas St W (south), Keele St (west) to Bathurst St (east)
<b>COVID19</b> -- Drop-in open * food bank open Wed 9:30 am-12:30 pm * takeaway meal offered Tue 5:30 pm-6 pm<br><br>

Community centre serving diverse groups including Spanish-speaking community * counselling, orientation, life skills for immigrants and newcomers * information and referral * spiritual counselling * advocacy for social assistance * drop-in and community kitchen * monthly meetings for Spanish-speaking seniors<br><br>

<b>Food Bank</b> -- emergency food * member of Daily Bread Food Bank
Open to all
oasisdufferin@rogers.com
<b>COVID19</b> -- drop-in open * food bank open Wed 9:30 am-12:30 pm * takeaway meal Tue 5:30 pm-6 pm * call for details<br><br>
English ; Spanish
416-536-4431
www.oasisdufferin.org
Comprehensive Information and Referral ; Cultural Transition Counselling ; Ethnocultural Multipurpose Centres ~ Hispanic/Latin American Community ; Faith Based Counselling ; Food Banks ; Food Preparation Facilities ; Life Skills Education ~ Immigrants/Refugees ; Newcomer Settlement Services ; Social Clubs/Events ~ Older Adults ~ Hispanic/Latin American Community ; Welfare Rights Assistance
43.666092-79.43764430-Apr-20Not Accessible
87
MET3503
Friends of Jesus Christ
Sunrise Towers
Food Bank Ministry
Sunrise Towers
1420 Victoria Park Ave
Toronto, ON M4A 2P7
<b>COVID 19</b> -- New clients need to register at <a HREF="https://dailybread.link2feed.ca">dailybread.link2feed.ca </a> and bring the Client ID Number that you will get at the end of the online registration<br><br>Call for appointment * at initial intake assessment discussion, income and address information, and identification for household members, may be requested -- call for details
East YorkO'Connor Dr (north) to Danforth Ave (south), Main St (west) to Victoria Park Ave (east)
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank opened, serving outside<br><br>
Food bank * member of Daily Bread Food Bank
Individuals and families with low income
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank open Wed 2 pm-5 pm, serving outside <br><br>
English ; Filipino ; Volunteer interpretation for Chinese (Cantonese) may be available
416-335-8829
www.friendsofjesuschrist.com
Food Banks43.721473-79.302356None30-Apr-20Designated parking at entrance - front and rear of building ; Wheelchair accessible automatic main entrance ; Easy access to elevator ; Barrier-free washroom including door and stall
88
MET3935
Warden Woods Community Centre
Teesdale Place Office
Teesdale Drop-In
40 Teesdale Place
Toronto, ON M1L 1L3
Call or drop in
Scarborough ; Scarborough Central ; Scarborough North ; Scarborough South
Southwest Scarborough
<b>COVID19</b> -- Hot lunch program Wed 11:30 am-12:30 pm * market closed * other programs suspended until further notice<br><br>

<b>Drop-In, Food Security Program</b> -- Second Harvest * hot lunch * take-out lunch * lunch * fresh produce market * Out of the Cold (see separate entry)<br><br>

<b>Toronto East Quadrant Local Immigration Partnership (LIP)</b> -- service planning and strategic implementation of newcomer related programs and services <br><br>

<b>Resource Access Centre</b> -- computers available for job search and research <br><br>

<b>Active Boost</b> -- 416-694-1138 ext 165, education on fundamentals of nutrition and basic movements principals <br><br>

<b>Women’s Recreational Programs</b> -- 416-694-1138 ext 124, recreational programs<br><br>

Member agency of Toronto Drop-in Network (TDIN)
Open to all
barbarag@wardenwoods.com
<b>COVID19</b> -- Hot lunch program Wed 11:30 am-12:30 pm * market closed * call ahead for hours * other programs suspended until further notice<br><br>
English416-694-1138 ext 126 * <b>Food Security Program</b> -- 416-694-1138 ext 164 * <b>Active Boost</b> -- 416-964-1138 ext 165 * <b>Women recreational</b> 416-694-1138 ext 124
wardenwoods.com/en/food-security-40-teesdale-place-programmes/
Bag Lunches/Dinners ; Community Meals ; Food Banks ; General Recreational Activities/Sports ~ Women ; Mobile Markets ; Neighbourhood Multipurpose Centres ; Nutrition Education ; Planning/Coordinating/Advisory Groups ~ Immigration Issues ; Public Access Computers/Tools
43.6972-79.286647None15-Apr-20Wheelchair accessible automatic main entrance ; Barrier-free washroom including door and stall
89
MET4222
Fort York Food Bank
Fort York Food Bank
Fort York Food Bank
380 College St
Toronto, ON M5T 1S6
<b>COVID 19</b> -- New clients need to register at <a HREF="https://dailybread.link2feed.ca">dailybread.link2feed.ca </a> and bring the Client ID Number that you will get at the end of the online registration<br><br>Drop in * initial intake assessment discussion -- address information and identification for additional household members may be requested
Toronto Downtown Central ; Toronto Downtown West
Bloor St W (north) to Lake Ontario (south), Dovercourt Rd (west) to Yonge St (east) * out of area clients allowed one visit per month
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank open Tue, Thu-Sat 9 am-12 noon<br><br>

Food bank -- 3 day supply of groceries * referrals * advocacy * member of Daily Bread Food Bank and Second Harvest Food Support Committee
Open to those in catchment area
info@fyfb.com
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank open Tue, Thu-Sat 9 am-12 noon<br><br>
English ; Chinese (Cantonese) ; Chinese (Mandarin) ; Dutch ; Portuguese ; Arrangements can be made for other languages - call for details
416-203-3011
www.fyfb.com
Community Meals ; Food Banks
43.657304-79.405135None30-Apr-20Building wheelchair accessible ; washrooms not wheelchair accessible
90
MET5237
Salvation Army, Community and Family Services
East Toronto Corps
East Toronto Corps
107 Cedarvale Ave
Toronto, ON M4C 4J9
Call or visit the website <a href=" https://saeasttoronto.setmore.com" target="_blank">https://saeasttoronto.setmore.com</a> for appointment -- proof of identity, address, income and expenses required
TorontoO'Connor Dr/St Clair Ave E (north) to Lake Shore Blvd (south), Greenwood Ave (west) to Warden Ave (east)
<b>COVID19</b> -- food bank still open by appointment only by phone or <a href=" https://saeasttoronto.setmore.com/" target="_blank">online</a> * other programs suspended<br><br>

Emergency material assistance including food, clothing, household effects as available * community lunch * after school program * summer camp for children * Christmas assistance program
Serves those living in postal code areas: M1L, M1N (west of Birchmount Rd), M4B, M4C,, M4E, M4L
<b>COVID19</b> -- food bank still open by appointment only by phone or <a href=" https://saeasttoronto.setmore.com/" target="_blank">online</a> * other programs suspended<br><br>
English416-467-7664
www.salvationarmy.ca
Christmas Programs ; Community Meals ; Extended Child Care ~ Children ; Food Banks ; General Clothing Provision ; Residential Camps ~ Children ; Tools/Equipment
43.687206-79.311038$5 lunch for seniors1-Apr-20Barrier-free washroom including door and stall ; Wheelchair accessible entrance with non-powered swing door
91
MET5512
Syme Woolner Neighbourhood and Family Centre
Eglinton West Office
York Neighbourhood Food Bank
2468 Eglinton Ave W
Toronto, ON M6M 5E2
Call for appointment * identification required for each household member * single mothers requiring emergency food, call and leave message * mothers requiring formula or diapers, drop in Monday to Friday 10 am-3 pm
Etobicoke ; Etobicoke Central ; Etobicoke North ; Etobicoke South ; North York ; North York Central ; North York East ; North York West ; York
Lawrence Ave W (north) to St Clair (south), Black Creek Dr/Weston Rd (west) to Dufferin St/Oakwood Ave (east)
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank open by appointment, extended hours<br><br>

Food bank * member of North York Harvest Food Bank * formula and diapers available
Open to all
swoolner@symewoolner.org
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank open by appointment, extended hours
English ; Spanish
416-766-4634
www.symewoolner.org
Diapers ; Food Banks ; Formula/Baby Food
43.691929-79.4684112-Apr-20Wheelchair accessible automatic main entrance ; Barrier-free washroom including door and stall ; Food Banks
92
MET5516
Parkdale Community Food Bank
Parkdale Community Food Bank
Parkdale Community Food Bank
Parkdale Activity-Recreation Centre
1499 Queen St W, Bsmt
Toronto, ON M6R 1A3
<b>COVID 19</b> -- New clients need to register at <a HREF="https://dailybread.link2feed.ca">dailybread.link2feed.ca </a> and bring the Client ID Number that you will get at the end of the online registration<br><br>Drop in, no appointment necessary * initial intake assessment discussion and identification for household members may be requested
Toronto Downtown ; Toronto Downtown Central ; Toronto Downtown East ; Toronto Downtown North ; Toronto Downtown West
South side of Queen St W (north) to Lake Ontario (south), east side of Dowling Ave (west) to Strachan Ave (east) * also Dundas St W (north) to north side of Queen St W (south), Brock Ave (west) to Dufferin St (east) * also south side of Argyle St (north) to north side of Queen St W (south), Dufferin St (west) to Dovercourt Rd (east) * also 20 and 25 West Lodge Ave<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank opened, home delivery available for seniors or those in isolation, email to arrange<br><br>

Food bank * member of Daily Bread Food Bank * limited advocacy and referral services
Info@pcfb.ca
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank open, delivery available, Wed-Thu 11 am-3:30 pm; Fri-Sat 10:30 am-1:30 pm
English ; volunteer interpreters may be available for other languages
416-532-2375
www.pcfb.ca
Food Banks ; Grocery Delivery
43.639574-79.440527None30-Apr-20Wheelchair accessible automatic main entrance ; Easy access to elevator ; Wheelchair accessible washroom, assistance needed with door ; Street parking in front of building
93
MET5518
East End United Regional Ministry
Glen Rhodes Food Bank
Glen Rhodes Food Bank
Glen Rhodes United Church
1470 Gerrard St E, Bsmt
Toronto, ON M4L 2A3
<b>COVID 19</b> -- New clients need to register at <a HREF="https://dailybread.link2feed.ca">dailybread.link2feed.ca </a> and bring the Client ID Number that you will get at the end of the online registration<br><br>Drop in * initial intake assessment discussion -- income and address information, and identification for household members, may be requested -- call for details
Toronto Downtown East
South side of Danforth Ave (north) to Lake Ontario (south), west side Greenwood Ave (west) to west side Woodbine Ave (east)<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank open

Food bank * member of Daily Bread Food Bank
office@eastendunited.ca
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank open Wed 9 am-11:30 am, 2 pm-4 pm <br><br>
EnglishChurch 416-465-3755 ; During food bank hours only 416-465-3858
eastendunited.ca
Food Banks43.672648-79.3209None30-Apr-20Easy access to elevator ; Wheelchair accessible side entrance ; Barrier free washrooms
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Christ Church St James Anglican Church Food Pantry
Christ Church St James Anglican Church Food Pantry
Christ Church St James Anglican Church Food Pantry
194 Park Lawn Rd, Bsmt
Toronto, ON M8Y 3J1
<b>COVID 19</b> -- New clients need to register at <a HREF="https://dailybread.link2feed.ca">dailybread.link2feed.ca </a> and bring the Client ID Number that you will get at the end of the online registration<br><br>Drop in * initial intake assessment discussion -- income and address information, and identification for household members (call for details)
Etobicoke ; Etobicoke Central ; Etobicoke North ; Etobicoke South
Dundas St W (north) to Lake Ontario (south), Royal York Rd (west) to Humber River (east)
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank opened<br><br>

Food bank * member of Daily Bread Food Bank
Open to all
christchurchstjames194@gmail.com
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank opened<br><br>
Last 2 Wednesdays of every month, 4 pm-5:30 pm * also second Saturday of every month, 10:30 am-12 noon<br><br>

<b>2020 dates:</b><br>
January 11, 22, 29<br>
February 8, 19, 26<br>
March 14, 18, 25<br>
April 11, 22, 29<br>
May 9, 20, 27<br>
June 13, 17, 24<br>
July 11, 22, 29<br>
August 8, 19, 26<br>
September 12, 23, 30<br>
October 10, 21, 28<br>
November 14, 18, 25<br>
December 12, other dates to be determined
English416-251-8711 ext 23
www.christchurchstjames.ca/food-bank
Food Banks43.629903-79.491172None
<b>See Hours of Service or visit website for 2020 dates</b>
30-Apr-20Designated parking at entrance ; Wheelchair accessible automatic main entrance ; Wheelchair accessible washroom, assistance needed with door
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Flemingdon Park Community Food Bank
Flemingdon Park Community Food Bank
Flemingdon Park Community Food Bank
10 Gateway Blvd, Bsmt, Unit 154
Toronto, ON M3C 3A1
<b>COVID 19</b> -- New clients need to register at <a HREF="https://dailybread.link2feed.ca">dailybread.link2feed.ca </a> and bring the Client ID Number that you will get at the end of the online registration<br><br>New clients -- call for information and to confirm food availability prior to dropping in * initial intake assessment discussion -- income and address information, and identification for household members, may be requested (call for details) * registered clients -- call for appointment
East YorkEglinton Ave E (north) to O'Connor Dr (south), Bayview Ave (west) to Victoria Park Ave (east) * excludes area bounded by O'Connor Drive, Victoria Park Ave and St Clair Ave E -- refer to O'Connor Community Food Bank (see separate entry)<b>COVID19</b>-- Open Monday and Wednesday for emergencies -- please call ahead<br><br>

Food bank * member of Daily Bread Food Bank
fcfoodbank7@gmail.com
<b>COVID19</b>-- Open Monday and Wednesday for emergencies -- please call ahead<br><br>

Singles -- Mon 1:30 pm-3:30 pm * Families Tue, Wed, Thu 1:30 pm-3:30 pm * Office -- Mon-Thu 9:30 am-4 pm
English ; Arabic ; Chinese (Mandarin) ; Other languages may be available
416-422-4322
fcfoodbank.com
Food Banks43.709821-79.332613None30-Apr-20Not Accessible - basement ; Wheelchair accessible main entrance, assistance needed with door ; Barrier free washrooms ; Elevator with lowered buttons ; Designated parking close to entrance
96
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Daily Bread Food Bank
Allan Gardens Food Bank
Allan Gardens Food Bank
Saint Luke's United Church
353 Sherbourne St
Toronto, ON M5A 2S3
<b>COVID 19</b> -- New clients need to register at <a HREF="https://dailybread.link2feed.ca">dailybread.link2feed.ca </a> and bring the Client ID Number that you will get at the end of the online registration<br><br>Drop in * identification not required at time of registration, but clients will be asked for identification for household members who are not present at registration
Toronto Downtown Central ; Toronto Downtown East
South of Wellesley St E (north) to Lake Ontario (south), Yonge St (west) to Don Valley Pkwy (east)
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank opened Thu-Fri 12:30 pm-3 pm
Individuals or couples only * families referred to Yonge Street Mission
allangardens@dailybread.ca
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank opened Thu-Fri 12:30 pm-3 pm * serving outside
English416-924-9619
www.dailybread.ca
Food Banks43.662906-79.372736None30-Apr-20Wheelchair accessible main entrance
97
MET5530
Haven on the Queensway
Haven on the Queensway
Haven on the Queensway
1533 The Queensway
Toronto, ON M8Z 1T8
<b>COVID 19</b> -- New clients need to register at <a HREF="https://dailybread.link2feed.ca">dailybread.link2feed.ca </a> and bring the Client ID Number that you will get at the end of the online registration<br><br>Food Bank -- <b>by appointment only</b> (call Mon-Tue 8:30 am-4 pm) * initial intake assessment discussion -- income and address information, and identification for household members, may be requested -- call for details
Etobicoke ; Etobicoke Central ; Etobicoke North ; Etobicoke South
Food bank only -- Dundas St W (north) to Lake Ontario (south), Etobicoke Creek (west) to Royal York Rd (east); also Bloor St W (north) to Lake Ontario (south), Royal York Rd (west) to Humber River (east)
Stepping Out 416-640-2006
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank open by appointment * meal program and clothing boutique closed<br><br>

Multiservice agency * Food bank -- member of Daily Bread Food Bank * clothing boutique * emergency diapers and baby food * books for children * pregnancy, post-abortion support * support groups including Alcoholics Anonymous * confidential<br>
<br>
<b>Haven Lakeside Dinner</b> -- hot supper at The Branch Church, 85 Thirty First St, Toronto M8W 3G1<br>
<br>
<b>Stepping Out</b>, 416-640-2006, confidential@havenontheq.com -- alternatives for individuals currently or formerly involved in the sex trade * confidential
info@havenontheq.com
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank open Wed by appointment only * limited home delivery of food, call for details * clothing boutique and meal program closed * for other programs, call for details<br><br>

Mon-Thu 8:30 am-4 pm * <b>food bank</b> -- Wed 10:30 am-4 pm * <b>clothing boutique</b> -- drop in Mon-Tue, Thu 10 am-3 pm * evening programs including Alcoholics Anonymous -- Wed, Fri 7:30 pm<br><br>

<b>Haven Lakeside Dinner</b> at The Branch Church -- 4th Sat of each month, 4:30 pm
English ; Spanish
416-640-2005
www.havenontheq.com
Adult Mentoring Programs ~ Sex Trade Workers ; Alcohol Use Disorder Support Groups ; Community Meals ; Diapers ; Food Banks ; Formula/Baby Food ; General Clothing Provision ; Postabortion Counselling ; Pro-Life Pregnancy Counselling ; Thrift Shops
43.618343-79.537117None30-Apr-20Designated parking at entrance ; Wheelchair accessible main entrance, assistance needed with door ; Wheelchair accessible washroom, assistance needed with door
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MET5534
Churches on the Hill Food Bank
Timothy Eaton Memorial Church
Churches on the Hill Food Bank
Timothy Eaton Memorial Church
230 St Clair Ave W
Toronto, ON M4V 1R5
<b>COVID 19</b> -- New clients need to register at <a HREF="https://dailybread.link2feed.ca">dailybread.link2feed.ca </a> and bring the Client ID Number that you will get at the end of the online registration<br><br>Drop in * initial intake assessment discussion -- income and address information, and identification for household members, may be requested
North York ; North York Central ; North York East ; North York West ; Toronto Downtown ; Toronto Downtown Central ; Toronto Downtown East ; Toronto Downtown North ; Toronto Downtown West
Lawrence Ave (north) to Bloor St (south), Avenue Rd/Davenport Rd/Bathurst St (west) to Bayview Ave (east) * also St Clair Ave W (north) to Davenport Rd (south), Oakwood Ave (west) to Bathurst St (east) * also Lawrence Ave W (north) to Strathearn Rd (south), Eglinton Ave W/Marlee Ave (west) to Bathurst St (east)
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank opened Mon 6 pm-8 pm, Wed 10:30 am-12:30 pm

Food bank * member of Daily Bread Food Bank
Open to all
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food bank opened Mon 6 pm-8 pm, Wed 10:30 am-12:30 pm
English416-967-3842
cothfoodbank.ca
Food Banks43.686201-79.405792None30-Apr-20Use entrance on Dunvegan Rd
99
MET5541
Room to Grow Family and Food Support Services
Westway United Church
Room to Grow Family and Food Support Services
Westway United Church
8 Templar Dr, Basement Level
Toronto, ON M9R 3C7
Call or drop in for 1st visit * identification for each family member required, including proof of residence
Etobicoke ; Etobicoke Central ; Etobicoke North ; Etobicoke South ; North York ; North York Central ; North York East ; North York West
Hwy 401 (north) to Dundas St W (south), Kipling Ave (west) to Royal York Rd (east) * also Hwy 401 (north) to Eglinton Ave W (south), Hwy 27 (west) to Kipling Ave (east)
Food bank (member of North York Harvest Food Bank)
Low-income residents of catchment area
<b>COVID19</b> -- Closed<br><br>

Tue, Thu 10 am-12 noon
English416-249-7135Food Banks43.687933-79.555032None2-Apr-20Not wheelchair accessible
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Weston Area Emergency Support
Weston Area Emergency Support
Weston Area Emergency Support
Central United Church
1 King St
Toronto, ON M9N 1K8
Call for appointment Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm, may need to leave a message but someone will return call shortly
YorkHwy 401 (north) to Dundas St W (south), Royal York Rd (west) to Black Creek Dr (east) -- excludes area from Eglinton Ave W (north) to St Clair Ave W (south), Jane St (west) to Weston Rd (east)<b>COVID-19 Update</b> -- Food Bank Hours - Tue and Fri 9 am-11 am, weekly through August<br><br>

Food bank * member of North York Harvest Food Bank
waes1kingstreet@gmail.com
<b>COVID19</b> -- Food Bank Hours - Tue and Fri 9 am-11 am, weekly through August<br><br>
English416-247-3737Food Banks43.701572-79.520188None27-May-20Wheelchair accessible entrance - call for details