Help Us Feed Hope                              To Those In Need

We are committed to ensure that no one in Burlington struggles with hunger.  We provide food to those in need.  If you or someone you know is hungry and in need of help, call us at 905-637-2273

Feeding Burlington Since 1991

Join Us...

Upcoming Events

Saturday, Dec 1, 2018
Burlington Concert Band at Wellington Square United Church - Tickets for our annual Christmas concert are now available for purchase ahead of the concert itself. Click here to purchase tickets at $15 for a single ticket, or a block of four tickets for $50. Proceeds from the concert will go towards the Burlington Food Bank. More info here - https://burlingtonconcertband.ca/

Sunday Dec 2, 2018
Burlington Santa Claus Parade - The Teen Tour Boosters will be collecting non perishable donations along the parade route at this Sunday's Santa Parade! Come see the @BTTB1 @JuniorRedcoats and bring your donations! 
https://www.teentourboosters.com/
https://www.burlington.ca/en/live-and-play/Santa-Claus-Parade.asp
 

Top 10 most needed food items:

1)  Rice/Flavoured Rice
2)  Juice - Canned, Bottles and Boxes
3)  Pasta Sauce
4)  Canned Fruit
5)  Cold Cereal
6)  Pancake Mix and Syrup
7)  Canned Meat and Fish
8)  Condiments
9)  Hamburger Helper
10)  Peanut Butter

How to get us your food donation:

If you have non-perishable food to donate, you can drop it off at  the Burlington Food Bank during business hours, at all Burlington fire stations and grocery stores with collection bins.  If your food drive collects large quantities of food and you wish for us to pick it up, please contact our Operations Head (Bernie Parent) by email at b.parent@burlingtonfoodbank.ca and/or by phone at 905-637-2273 during business hours.

What We Do...

Every month, over 600 people receive food from the Burlington Food Bank. In 2017 we provided food to over 8,500 Burlington residents; 35% of those assisted were children.

While most of our donations are non-perishable food items, Burlington Food Bank also supplies milk, eggs, meat and fresh fruits and vegetables to clients when available. Food is sourced through corporate and individual donations, sponsorships, and through our collaborative membership with the Ontario Association of Food Banks, and Food Banks Canada