With the holidays season in full swing, local food banks and soup kitchens are in need more than ever.

While food banks and soup kitchens accept non-perishable food items, don’t feel restricted by this. Many of them appreciate monetary donations that they can stretch to serve those in need in the community and they’ll also happily accept your time as a donation. Food banks and soup kitchens need volunteers to serve sort, pack and distribute goods.

The following is a list of food banks and soup kitchens in Brampton where you can donate food, money or volunteer this Holiday season, and even after that too.

1 – The Knights Table

2 – Brampton Meals on Wheels

3 – The Salvation Army Food Bank

4 – Grace Place Community Kitchen

5 – Islamic Forum of Canada

6 – St. Anne’s Food Assistance Program

7 – Ste. Louise Outreach Centre of Peel

8 – St. Paul’s United Church

9- St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church

10 – Heart Lake Community Food Cupboard

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