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Share and Care Food bank is commited to providing healthy & nutritious food to low-income families living in several areas across Mississauga and West Toronto. We also work very closely with those looking to create and run food bank programs and ensuring the food then goes to those who need it the most.DONATE GET INVOLVED
Without the Mississauga Food Bank, my family and I would have several nights where we couldnt eat a week. It is hard with children and a minimum wage job where everything is so expansive.
Anonymous - Thankful Individual
"One of the kindest organizations I have ever worked with! This collective of individuals go above and beyond other food banks I have visited! These are truly people with open hearts & love in their souls."
Sahanna - Volunteer
Imagine a world where
everyone is fed
Our vision is to have anyone and everyone who needs additional access to food, have a resource and supply for several days of each month
in which you know you won't have to stock yourselves. We believe charity starts at home and that is why we first serve the Mississauga community prior to
starting and participating in world events & relief missions.
Our ambitious goal cannot be done by ourselves alone, and we need your help and support. Whether it is volunteering your time and energy or by donating funds & resources, any way you can help is gratefully appreciated by the receiving families & inidividuals, our board as well as our hard working volunteers.
NEWS & UPCOMING EVENTS
Spring Food Drive Launch
May 5, 2019
We kick off the month of March with the launch of our Spring Food Drive that last until early May! Please come join us for a night of discussions, speakers, food & drinks. Bring your family, and anyone interested to help build the community.Get Involved
Mississauga.com: Spring Food Drive Launch
Nov 05, 2017
A group of nearly 30 volunteers has set up a new food bank - the Share & Care food bank - located in Malton's Westwood Mall. Some of the volunteers, from left, Sunita Gupta, Jasvir Hundal, Harvinder Parmar, Sandeep Toor and Deepshikha George. Oct 31, 2017. - Rob Beintema/MetrolandRead Complete Article