At The Heart Of Every Day, At The Start Of Every Day, Is Food!
At Orangeville Food Bank, we believe that no one should go hungry. We are a non-profit organization that works to ensure that no one in our community goes without food. We provide food assistance to those in need, as well as education and advocacy for solutions to end poverty. We strive to lead in meeting the nutritional needs of our community so that everyone can live a healthy and dignified life.
Hunger Is A Challenge That Doesn’t Discriminate
At Orangeville Food Bank, we understand that food insecurity can affect anyone: our neighbours, coworkers, the elderly, and classmates. Our mission is to provide access to nutritious food for individuals and families in our community. We offer a variety of services, from food distribution to nutrition education, in order to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to lead a healthy lifestyle. We embrace our similarities and differences alike to reinforce the strength of our impact.
We strive to ensure that no one goes hungry in our community. There are several ways to contribute to our mission, including donating financially, or donating our most needed items. Together, we can make a difference.
Hunger affects us all; it knows no age, it knows no race and it knows no season. We are committed to providing food assistance to everyone who needs a hand up in our community.
Help out with special events, such as food drives and fundraisers, or some help with committee work, being on the Board of directors or fundraising. Whatever your skills, we would love to have you join our team.
Our Most Needed Items
We can use our buying power to make your generous cash donation go the extra mile!
- Fruits (apples, oranges, pears, bananas, any seasonal fruits)
Vegetables (potatoes, carrots, onions, any seasonal vegetables)
Dairy (Milk, eggs, butter, margarine, cheese, and yogurt)
Proteins (Meat, including Halal)
Canned Meats/Canned Salmon
Pudding and Fruit Cups
Did You Know...
Nearly five million people in Canada – that’s one out of every seven individuals – currently live in poverty?
Poverty is a widespread issue across the country and the world, but vulnerable groups such as people living with disabilities, single parents, elderly individuals, youth, and racialized communities are more susceptible.