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​​​​C​​anada offers a variety of food options including:

Grocery Stores

Grocery Stores offer a large variety of foods in every community.​

To find a grocery store in your community please click here.

 

Halton Region Farmer’s Markets

Enjoy fresh produce, kid-friendly farm entertainment at local farmers markets.ocal farmers’ markets.


 

Restaurants

Located in every community, restaurants offer a place to eat and the food is prepared for you. ​

To find a restaurant in your community please click he​​re..


 

Food Support Services​

The following food services will assist with cost of food.

 

To find the closest food bank to you follow this link: Google Map

 
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The Halton Fresh Food Box 

A not-for-profit fresh produce buying service operated by and for our community.

Contact:

905-634-8645

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Food for Life Canada 

Puts an emphasis on fresh food that can be delivered quickly to those in need.

Contact:

(905) 510-5724
Oakville, ON L6J7N5

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The Salvation Army

Burlington

Contact: 

905-637-3893

Oakville

Contact:

905-510-5724

Georgetown
Advised to call for an appointment.

Contact: 

905-877-1374

Acton

Contact: 

519-853-5610

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Society of Saint Vincent de Paul

The Society provides food or clothing to those in need of emergency assistance.

The Society in Burlington is comprised of the following congregations:  

  • St. John's Parish 905-634-2485, 2016 Blairholme Ave 

  • St. Paul the Apostle 905-332-5115, 2265 Headon Rd  

  • St. Raphael's 905-637-2346, 4072 New St 

  • St. Patrick's 905-632-0270, 196 Kenwood Ave 

  • St. Gabriels 905-336-7144, 2261 Parkway Dr 

  • Holy Rosary Parish 905-634-7441, 287 Plains Rd E 

  • Those in need should contact the nearest of the above churches.

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Kerr Street Ministries

KSM provides relief to people who suffer economic, social and emotional challenges and offers a holistic approach to rebuilding lives devastated by poverty or crisis. 

Contact:

905-845-7485

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​SafetyNet Children and Youth Charities

SafetyNet provides services to children, youth and their families. Programs include tutoring, community outreach services such as a clothing bank (including toiletries), emergency non-perishable food bank, and music lessons.

Contact:

905-845-7233

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Oak Park Neighborhood Centre

The Neighbourhood Centre provides basic amenities including food, education, counselling and clothing to families in need.  

Contact:

905-257-6029​​​

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O​​akville Fareshare Food Bank                  

A food bank operating entirely by the work of volunteers since 1988. As a registered charity and non profit organization the food bank collects donations in order to provide food to those who need it. 

Contact:

Oakville, ON

905-847-3988

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Acton Foodshare

Provides easy access to food for those individuals or families who are in need of basic needs assistance.

Contact:

519-853-0457​

Geogetown Bread Basket

Provides food to those in need who meet the eligibility criteria.

Bread Basket serves the Greater Georgetown area

Contact:

905-873-3368

                     

Other Resources

Where to Get Help in Halton

 

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