Fundraisers and Food Drives

Social media

  • Promote your fundraiser or food drive on social media.
  • Tag us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram so we can help support you.
  • Provide your network with campaign updates every couple of days.
  • Thank donors and remind others to donate and share your campaign.

Get creative

Fundraise online

  • Contact us to set up an online giving page for your fundraiser or register your event here.
  • Online donations are easy to manage and help us purchase the food our hungry neighbours need the most.

Do you have a great idea that has worked for you? Let us know so we can share it with others!

Elementary Schools

For students 13 years old or younger

Kids Who Care is our engagement program for elementary students.
The tools below will help teach school-age children about the importance of helping others in their community. Also, these activities will strengthen their cognitive skills and raise awareness for hunger in Mississauga.

Elementary School Resources

  • Our school campaign guide will help make your fundraiser or food drive a success.
  • Elementary School Activity Package – includes activity pages and colouring sheets. PDF | Word

Secondary Schools

For students 14 to 18 years old

Student Connections is our engagement program for teens. These tools are for secondary schools or other youth groups looking to get involved in the community.

Secondary School Resources

School campaign guide: How to form a student ambassador team, enhance your drive with CANstruction or fundraising, and social media suggestions.

High School Lesson Plans: Aligned with Ontario’s Grade 10 Civics and Careers curriculum.

  • One lesson plan involves researching and collaborating with classmates to investigate civic citizenship by learning about The Mississauga Food Bank.
  • The second lesson involves visiting the food bank followed by a worksheet.

Help Build a Mississauga Where No One Goes Hungry