Contact: Terri Nikolaevsky (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tel: 416-978-4911 ext. 224
The U of T Food Bank is reopening on Friday October 8, 2021 in the Student Commons Building, 230 College Street, entrance off of Huron Street. It will run 12-3:00 pm every other Friday. Students can book an appointment online two days prior and check other details at https://www.utsu.ca/food-bank/.
The UofT Emergency Food Bank is a free, contactless, food-delivery service being offered through a partnership with APUS, Engineers Without Borders, FoodShare and the Trek for Teens Foundation.This initiative aims to provide students who are feeling food insecure with free food boxes containing produce for 2-4 people in a week. Learn more and register for a box here: http://utfoodbank.tech/ or https://forms.gle/uGvZEQCaK1u6yL7b6
72 River Street Emergency food bank.
Proof of need and ID required. Phone in advance; private appointments provided. Showers and washing machines available.
Drop-in lunch and supper on Sundays.
Clothing bank open on Tuesdays from 6pm to 8pm and Thursdays from 10am to 3pm. Family Resource Centre offers a wide variety of support services for caregivers and children, including clothing exchange (Monday to Friday, 10am to 1pm). Proof of need and ID NOT required.
Tel: 416-923-8872 (men)
Tel: 416-923-3916 (women and families)
502 Spadina Avenue Clothing and food bank available.
Proof of need and ID required. Phone in advance; private appointments provided. Specialized services for women and families.
58 Cecil Street Community
Kitchen, cooking and crafts for women and children. Clothing available; toy library.
370 College Street (College and Brunswick)
Drop-in breakfast and lunch. Many additional services; call for further details.
Call for location nearest you.
Proof of address, income and ID often required.