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ORGANIZE A FOOD DRIVE

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The Importance of Food Drives

We receive substantial weekly food donations from Daily Bread & Second Harvest, that allow us to meet a reasonable minimum base to provide food to our members.  If we relied solely on those sources, we would be unable to provide the quantities of nutritious food we feel are sufficient to meet the needs of our members. As such, we work hard to develop and maintain partnerships with businesses and organizations and citizens to obtain additional supplies. 

Food drives are a great way to help make a positive impact in your community. By donating non-perishable items such as canned goods, pasta, and cereal, you are contributing to the fight against hunger. These donations not only help to alleviate hunger but also promote a sense of community and compassion. 

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What to Donate

Non Perishable Food, Hygiene, Baby and Pet Food Products Such As:

  • Meat

  • Fresh Fruit & Veggies

  • Hot/Cold Cereal

  • Canned or Dry Beans

  • Dry Pasta & Pasta Sauce

  • Canned Fruits & Veggies

  • Treats! candy, cookies, dried fruit etc.

  • Snacks! chips, crackers, granola bars etc.

  • Baking products; flour, cake mix, oats etc.

  • Dog/Cat food; dry in small packages or canned.

  • Baby products; formula, baby food, diapers, wipes

  • Hygiene products; soap, deodorant, incontinence products, shampoo, conditioner, menstrual products

Current Non-Food Needs

To keep our overhead costs low, we try to find donations of equipment to help with our work. If you have anything, please contact us and we can arrange for a pick up at your convenience.

  • Cleaning Supplies (Industrial or Domestic)

  • Office Supplies (ex. Pens, paper)

  • Packaging Materials (ex. Bags, boxes)

If there's anything else you'd like to donate to the Parkdale Community Food Bank that you might think we need, reach us at info@pcfb.ca and we'll respond as soon as possible.

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