NEIGHBOURS HELPING NEIGHBOURS
Important Message Regarding COVID-19
In response to Covid 19, food programs in Dufferin County have come together to provide centralized points for food distribution.
Operating in Orangeville and Grand Valley the Dufferin Food Share will provide non perishable and perishable foods twice a month through a drive-thru or walk-thru model to those in need.
Please bring the following with you:
•ID or bill that has your local address
•ID for every member of the family needing support
For more information please email email@example.com
Food Donations can be made at Orangeville Food Bank or drop at any local grocery store
Financial Donations can be made through Canada Helps- Orangeville Food Bank
Shepherd’s Cupboard, Shelburne – Operating as usual
For more information call 519 925 2600 x 350
If you are in need of food support during this time, you can sign-up for a Fresh Food for Kids kit on the childrensfoundation.org website and click on the
“Apply for Fresh Food for Kids Support” button.”
Update from Heather Hayes regarding the Dufferin Food Share
Total Volunteer Hours
People Served Last Year
Pounds of Donations Last Year
About Orangeville Food Bank
The Orangeville Food Bank (OFB) was founded in 1992 and the founders are still part of the volunteering team today.
Thanks to ongoing Community run fundraisers and the generosity of our donors, we manage to keep our shelves stocked.
How You Can Help
There are many ways to get involved and help the Orangeville Food Bank. Every event and every hour spent in the Food Bank helps us tremendously.
4 million Canadians are food insecure and struggle to put enough food on the table. Every day they face tough decisions about how to make ends meet.
Food of the Month
Food is OUR business
At the heart of every day, at the start of every day is food!
Well fed people are productive people. Well fed people are healthy people. Well fed people can learn. Well fed people can dream future stories!