Eden Food for Change depends on our generous financial donors. While many people, stores and organizations donate food, it is financial donations that help us ensure that we can provide support to the community of western Mississauga.
For every $2 you donate, we can provide the food for 4 meals. When you donate just $50 you are providing approximately 25 families with enough food for dinner.
Through partnerships, we are able to leverage financial donations to support even more people. For example, for every $10 that is donated, we can buy an average of $45 worth of food for distribution through our food bank. Plus, we believe it is important to provide food bank clients with fresh food and will often purchase these items. Did you know that we often spend an average of $1,000 a month buying milk? Financial donations go a long way in providing healthier and more nutritious food for hungry families in our community.
Learn why financial vs. food donation has a bigger impact on the hunger problem.
If you would like to become a regular supporter of Eden Food for Change, click on the button above, download the form, fill it in and mail it to us with your information. We greatly appreciate our regular supporters.
If you are interested in making a food/cash donation to the Eden Food for Change in lieu of a birthday gift or to mark a special occasion or in memoriam, we would be pleased to send a card to the recipient to recognize your gift.
PayPal users may prefer to donate by using their PayPal account. If you select this method, we will mail you a tax receipt in the amount of your donation.
CanadaHelps makes giving simple. Within minutes of making a donation you will receive an electronic tax receipt at the email address you provided during the donation process. You can save and print this receipt at any time.
We are a charitable organization and people donating $30 or more will receive a tax receipt.
Please make your donation payable to “Eden Food for Change”. You can either drop your donation off at our Battleford Client Centre located in the basement of Eden United Church, or drop your donation off or mail it to:Eden Food for Change
86440 7259 RR0001
The food bank at Eden relies heavily on food donations to provide nutritionally balanced meals for people in our community. When you are shopping for yourself, consider purchasing some of the same items to help someone in need. We accept a wide variety of non-perishable and perishable food donations.
Please find below a list of our most needed items. We update this list on a regular basis after taking inventory of items that have been recently donated to us. We are also starting to collect items for the upcoming holiday seasons. We need items such as instant mashed potatoes, gravy, stuffing mixes, and cranberry sauce. We are also looking for gifts such as movie passes, restaurant gift cards, drug store gift cards and grocery store gift cards.
Dry Soup Beans
Juice Boxes and canned Juice
Canned Salmon and Tuna
All Purpose Flour
Bar Soap, Shampoo, Body Wash, Toothpaste
Gluten Free Product
Diapers Size 5 and 6 only
* Fresh product must be given to a volunteer at either: 3185 Unity Dr, Monday-Friday 9AM - 4PM or 3051 Battleford Rd, Mondays only 9AM - 3PM, in order to be refrigerated.
Non–perishable donations can be dropped off at the following locations.
The following grocery stores have donation bins for Eden Food for Change:
Perishable donations can be dropped off at our main office :
If you’re a gardener, consider growing a row for us!
If you have collected more than 300 lbs of food and would like a pick-up, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a suitable time
Volunteers are the backbone of our organization. They are involved in every aspect of our organization, including food distribution, food pickups, sorting, organizing food drives and fundraising.
Volunteers work in various aspects of running Eden Food for Change. Many volunteers assist clients in selecting food, sort and pack food donations, stock shelves, or assist with carrying food in and out of the food bank. Some volunteers register clients for our services, or work with clients to assess need and refer them to additional community services (these positions require a current agency-specific police check). Other volunteers provide a valuable service by picking up food donations from local businesses and delivering them to us. All positions are important for assisting the many people in need who use our services every month.LEARN MORE ABOUT