How to Get Food
- Preventing food waste on Earth Day and everyday
- The Mississauga Food Bank needs the community to shop its Spring Drive Grocery List
- Under the Big Top – photos from our gala
- Rick Hansen Culinary Program – update
- Clients can grow their own lettuce with Scotts’ growing kits
- Nissan Canada Foundation expands partnership with The Mississauga Food Bank
- National Volunteer Week 2014 – April 6-12
- Shop The Mississauga Food Bank’s Grocery List this spring
- TMFB is getting fresh eggs!
- Food Purchasing Fund
DON’T GO HUNGRY.
Anyone in need and living in Mississauga is eligible to use the Food Bank. Every first time user undergoes a needs and eligibility assessment where client status is determined. A staff member or volunteer of your local food bank will ask to see proof of residency in Mississauga, proof of the family or individual’s monthly income and monthly housing expenses.
When you visit your local food bank, please bring all of the following pieces of identification and documentation:
- Proof of residency in Mississauga: Identification with name and mailing addresses for all adults in your family. If you have children, please bring identification (name and birth date) such as a birth certificate or passport for each child
- Proof of monthly income: OW statement, pay slip, Child Tax Credit, EI statement, bank statement
- Rent receipt, lease agreement, or mortgage statement and utilities bills
- Other Information: daycare or disability costs.