Two ways you can pitch in
Corporate food donations
Contact us today if you're company can support Ontario's food banks through a large-scale food donation.
We are able to pick up or receive fresh, frozen, and non-perishable food donations in pallet or truckload quantities. Working with our partners in the transport industry, we maintain all safe food handling and cold chain requirements, while efficiently distributing food across the province to those who need it the most.
Donate now by contacting:
Operations & Programs Coordinator
email@example.com or (416) 656-4100 ext. 2940
How you can help
Food banks accept a variety of fresh and non-perishable foods to help support their community. Use our tool to find your local food bank and help make a difference today!
What food banks need the most
Feed Ontario recommends donating items you like to see in your own household including fresh food and pantry items. See a few of our suggestions below!
Cereal, rice, pasta, oats, granola bars, and flour
Canned fish and meat, fresh meat and poultry, eggs, beans and legumes, and peanut butter
Fruit and vegetables
Fresh and canned fruits and vegetables, and children's snacks
Special diet foods
Diet-specific food (e.g. low-sugar, gluten-free, dairy-free, etc.), culturally appropriate food (e.g. halal, kosher, etc.), vegan and vegetarian options
Soup, pasta sauce, stews, chili, and prepared meals
Household and hygiene items
Toilet paper, cleaning products, toothpaste, deodorant, tampons, etc.
Farmer Tax Credit Bill (Bill 36)
Ontario farmers who donate to local food banks and community meal programs are eligible to receive a 25% tax credit based on the fair market value of the donated product! Feed Ontario worked with the agricultural community and MPP Bob Bailey (Sarnia-Lambton) to gain support on this initiative, which was passed in 2013 with all-party support. Ontario is the first province in Canada to offer this tax credit.