If you or someone you’re helping needs support to get access to their next meal, food support, or other food assistance services in Edmonton, there are many different emergency and long-term food support services available. Whether you are looking for Edmonton food banks, low-income meal programs, or nutrition support, HelpSeeker makes it quick and easy to find the help you need. It’s free, anonymous, and accessible in 23 languages.
Food banks offer free food to Edmontonians in need and provide effective distribution of food donations and collection of surplus food via their food depots.
Edmonton’s Food Bank
Each year, Edmonton’s Food Bank (aka Edmonton Gleaners Association) purchases about $1,000,000 worth of food. Between food drives, our food supplies often run low and we use monetary donations to ensure our hampers are nutritionally balanced.
The Campus Food Bank
Provide food hampers containing non-perishable and perishable food items and toiletries to clients who are members of the University of Alberta community.
Programs that distribute free groceries, vouchers, or low-income food boxes.
Good Neighbour Fund Society
Provide assistance to families and individuals in Northern Alberta. Assistance is only for items of necessity, and funds are paid directly to the supplier…
WECAN Food Basket Society
WECAN connects individuals and families on limited and or fixed incomes, who are struggling at the end of each month to provide enough healthy food for their families, with a basket of fresh produce and frozen meat items.
Meal programs offer free meals from community kitchens and low-cost meal delivery services.
Edmonton Meals on Wheels
Edmonton Meals on Wheels is a local non-profit and registered charitable organization that provides home-delivered meals and food services to a diverse mix of people…
The Mustard Seed Community Support Centre
The Mustard Seed is able to offer participants throughout the city with daytime programming, lunch, as well as warm, nutritious meals for dinner…
These programs provide support and education on nutrition, cooking, or special dietary concerns.
Canadian Celiac Association Edmonton Chapter
Monthly anti-panic sessions to introduce new Celiacs to our programs…
YMCA – Collective Kitchen
The facilitator teaches basic nutrition throughout the class as well as basic food preparation skills including food safety…
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