Together we can feed the hungry in our community

The Burlington Food Bank is a place where anyone from Burlington
can receive help with putting food on their table.

Feed Ontario released its 2020 Hunger Report, revealing that even prior to COVID-19 food bank use was on the rise. The report points to Ontario’s insufficient social assistance programs, a growth in precarious employment, and a lack of affordable housing in the province as the primary reasons that more than 537,000 people accessed a food bank, visiting more than 3.2 million times, in the year leading up to the pandemic

freeman station

Event at Freeman Station

Saturday, August 6 from 10 am -3 pm  Location: Freeman Station 1285 Fairview Street (by the Burlington Fire Hall)  Admission: FREE – Free parking on site  We


Gift of Growing Basket

Donate with The Gift of Growing Basket at Ryan’s Market Gardens Every purchase of The Gift of Growing Basket provides $25 of fresh vegetables for


These guys bring restaurant-quality freshness to your table that you won’t find at the grocery store.  Order one of their FreshBoxes and feel great knowing that $1 goes


Porch Pick-up Fridays

A reminder that we pick up every Friday starting at 10am. If you’d like to contribute, please message us or email us: by Thursday so we

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Help Us Help Burlington
We are committed to ensure that no one in Burlington struggles with hunger. We directly 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