- 3M supports The Mississauga Food Bank
- Kids collect food for TMFB at their birthday parties
- Students sport their jammies for The Mississauga Food Bank
- Your Donations in Action – Families Supporting Families
- Auction Items Needed
- How TMFB works – an infographic overview
- ‘Twas the Bite Results
- Sharing across Ontario – SNAP
- Annual Gala Puts Hunger in Mississauga in the Spotlight
- Closure – February 5, 2014
The Mississauga Food Bank (formerly Foodpath) was founded by Streetsville United Church, Solel Congregation, and the Baha’i Community of Mississauga, Ontario. It opened its doors in April 1986 as a community project in response to a 1985 Peel Social Services study.
In 1990, the food bank was serving approximately 18 families a day. During the 90s, Mississauga experienced unprecedented growth, becoming the sixth largest city in Canada. Client numbers doubled and then tripled.
Today, The Mississauga Food Bank provides food for 2.8 million meals each year through its growing network of member agencies.
The Mississauga Food Bank is a proud member of the Ontario Association of Food Banks and an affiliate member of Food Banks Canada.