Eden Food for Change works to be a place where everyone in western Mississauga can be a part of a community focused on good food. Through our food bank we provide access to nutritionally balanced groceries. Our kitchen programs teach people the skills and knowledge to provide healthy meals.
We also seek to provide opportunities for individuals and organizations to help build a stronger community – with a focus on food – because who doesn’t love good food.
Eden Food for Change – Good Food For All!
As the COVID-19 situation continues, we are committed to serving the families and individuals facing hunger in our community. We consider the food bank at EFFC an essential service during this time, especially as many food outlets are closing and as grocery store shelves are increasingly bare. We will remain open to give families in need access to good food and essential items for as long possible.
You can help ensure we continue to be there for our neighbours in need during this time of uncertainty. Every dollar counts. No donation is too small. Please donate today.
Read more here:https://edenffc.org/index.php?route=information/information&information_id=71
MOST NEEDED-Baby Formula
MOST NEEDED-Size 4 Diapers
MOST NEEDED-Feminine Hygiene
Canned Meat and Fish
MOST NEEDED-Canned Meat
Bar Soap, Shampoo, Body Wash, Toothpaste
Dry Soup Beans and Lentils
Baking Items (Cake Mix, Muffin Mix, etc.)
Crackers (soda and snack)
Chunky Soup and Stew
Juice and Juice Boxes
Gluten Free Product
* 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. HOLIDAY HOURS for MAIN OFFICE: from December 16th-20th, 2019 our office will be open from 9am-7pm to accept donations!
Kothari Group were so inspired by our community coming together during this time, they have generously offered to match all donations to Eden Food for Change, up to $25,000.
More than Food: How you eat is important too focuses on our eating habits and behaviours, rather than simply the food choices we make.
There have been a few questions about the change from regular operations or a "grocery store model" in the food bank at EFFC to the food hamper model we will be running until further notice.