Food For Life
Food For Life

Neighbourhood Food Programs

Food for Life works with volunteers to ensure our community has access to GOOD food. Here’s a list of Food for Life supported programs in your community:

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Bethel Christian Reformed Church
365 Queen St. E.​
Must call the church to be a part of this program 519-853-2121
Thursday morning bag delivery – based on availability of volunteers

 
Acton Public Library
17 River Street
Bulk fresh food is available when the library is open. Please bring own bags.
 
Community Fridge and Food Pantry
Links2Care Community Hub
McKenzie-Smith Bennett Public School
19 Acton Blvd.
Monday - Friday - 9:30am - 3:00pm
Bulk fresh food and non-perishable food items. Please bring own bags.


The Roxy Centre

6 Mill St. E., Acton
306-681-4554

Thursdays 9:30am – 11am

Market – please bring own shopping bags.

St. Luke’s Anglican
1382 Ontario St. (Brant and Lakeshore)​
905-634-1826​
Tuesday – 9:45 am - 11am ​

Mountainside Market 
2258 Mountainside Drive (Mountainside, between Brant and Guelph Line)
By appointment only
Book your market shopping appointment here
Tuesdays and Thursdays 10am - 6pm
Wednesdays 10am - 4pm

Grace United Church (Tansley)​
2111 Walkers Line (Walkers & Upper Middle)
Market-style program, please bring grocery bags

Friday – 9:00 am - 10:30 am


Compassion Society

1881 Fairview Street Units 4 & 5
Burlington
905-592-3722
Monday/Friday 12 - 3:30pm
Wednesday 4pm - 7pm


Burlington Public Library - Aldershot Branch

550 Plains Rd E, Burlington
GOOD food bags available when the library is open

St John’s United Church
11 Guelph Street (Guelph & Main)​
905- 877-2531​
Tuesday – 9:00 am​

​St. Alban the Martyr Anglican Church​
537 Main Street, Glen Williams ​
905-877-8323​
Tuesday am bag delivery​
Please call to receive a bag – based on availability of volunteers​
*Focus is on those with mobility constraints and those with lack of transportation

Community Fridge, Freezer and Food Pantry
Links2Care Community Hub
360 Guelph St.
Unit 33
905-873-6502
Monday - Friday 8am - 4pm
Bulk fresh food, frozen meat, and non-perishable food items. Please bring own shopping bags.

 
Georgetown Public Library
9 Church Street
Library Hours
Bulk fresh food is available when the library is open. Please bring own shopping bags.
 

Community Fridge, Freezer and Food Pantry

Hillsview Active Living Centre, Georgetown
318 Guelph St., Unit 9 (entrance at back)

905-877-6444

Monday – Friday 9am – 4pm

Bulk fresh food and non-perishable food items. Please bring own shopping bags.

The AIDS Network

140 King St. E (King & Catharine)

1-866-563-0563

If you are a client of The AIDS Network, please connect with their office to receive fresh food support

 

Compassion Ministries – Parkview Church

1120 West 5th St.

905-536-7457

24-hour food support on front porch of church building

Wednesday outreach program at Ferguson Station (between King & Main at Ferguson Ave. S) – 7 pm – 8pm

Wednesday outreach program at Barton & Birch – 9 pm – 10 pm

Saturday outreach program at Gore Park (King & James) – 12 pm – 1pm

*Open to all community members

 

Goodwill Career Centres

225 King William St., Suite 101 & 1050 Upper Gage Ave.

905-526-8482 (King William) 905-526-8488 (Upper Gage)

If you are a client of Goodwill Career Centres, please visit their offices during operating hours to access a GOOD food fridge

 

The Hamilton Regional Indian Centre

34 Ottawa St. N

905-548-9593

Offering an on-site food bank and emergency food delivery, please call to find out more information

*Food support programs open to both Indigenous and non-Indigenous community members

 

The Kingsway Outreach Centre

390 King William St.

905-296-9473

Monday-Thursday 11 am – 12:30 pm & 1:30 pm-3 pm daily

*Walk-ins welcome

 

Neighbour to Neighbour

28 Athens St.

905-574-1334 ext. 300

Monday to Wednesday 9:30 am – 3:15 pm (closed from 12:15 pm – 12:45 pm) & Thursdays 12:30 pm – 7:15 pm (closed from 3:15 pm – 3:45 pm)

*Need to call to book an appointment before arrival

 

St. Matthew’s House

414 Barton St. E

905-523-5546 ext. 240

Offering emergency food delivery to older adults aged 55+ who live in Hamilton’s lower city in wards 1-5 – please call for more information

 

Waterdown Food Bank – Food with Grace

157 Mill St. N, Waterdown

905-689-6715

Tuesdays 2 pm – 6 pm

*Need to call to book an appointment before arrival

Milton Bible Church​ 
121 Chisholm Drive​
905-876-3586​
Thursday – 12-1 pm

 
Milton Public Library - Beaty Branch
945 Fourth Line, Milton
Bulk fresh food is available when the library is open. Please bring own shopping bags.
 
Milton Community Resource Centre
410 Bronte Street
Mon-Fri  8am - 4pm
Bulk fresh food is available. Please bring own shopping bags.
 
Tremaine Market

Country Heritage Park
8560 Tremaine Rd., South Entrance
Wednesdays – 1pm – 6pm (No appointment needed)
Bring own shopping bags.
For inquiries: tremainemarket@foodforlife.ca

Clearview Christian Reformed Church
2300 Sheridan Garden Drive (Ford & Royal Windsor)
905-829-2242 ​
Wednesday morning
Clients must call to receive a bag of food.​
Focus is on the Clearview Neighbourhood


OakPark Neighbourhood Centre (FFL Partnering Agency)

2200 Sawgrass Dr
905-257-6029
Wednesday 8:45 am – 9:45 am
Pre-registration with OakPark is necessary


St.Luke’s Anglican Church Palermo​

3114 Dundas Street West​
Book a pickup time by calling 905-635-1106 x225
Thursday - 4-5:30 pm


Food for Life GOOD Food Fridge Oakville Public Library - Central Branch

120 Navy Street, Oakville
GOOD food bags available when the library is open


St. Simon's Anglican Church of Oakville
1450 Litchfield Rd, Oakville
Market-style program, please bring grocery bags
Mondays - 10:30 am - 11:30 am
 
St. Volodymyr Cultural Centre
1280 Dundas Street West, Oakville
Must be a part of the CUAET Program
Registration is required for this program. Please email donna@foodforlife.ca
Thursdays - 3:30 - 7 pm

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