South Grenville Food Bank

Hole in One

For Hunger

Sept. 2, 2024
Prescott Golf Club

South Grenville Food Bank

Working together to eliminate hunger in South Grenville.

Need Assistance?

The South Grenville Food Bank provides a variety of assistance programs to residents of South Grenville.

Donate

The South Grenville Food Bank relies on donations of food and cash to keep our programs running.

Volunteer

We rely on volunteers for everything from collecting and sorting food to joining our board of directors.

Food For All in South Grenville

The Food For All Food Bank is a community-based non-profit organization that provides food to those in need.

The food bank relies mainly on volunteers, donors, grants, and the community for its continued operation.

How we help:

We have several programs in place to assist our clients, including:

Food Hamper Program

Fresh Options for Clients

Plant a Row / Grow a Row

Agency 2 Agency

Bottles for Babies

Delivery to Qualifying Clients

How We Help:

We have several programs in place to assist our clients, including:

Food Hamper Program

Fresh Options for Clients

Plant a Row / Grow a Row

Agency 2 Agency

Bottles for Babies

Delivery to Qualifying Clients

Four Locations to Serve You Better

The South Grenville Food Bank serves three townships: Augusta, Edwardsburgh/Cardinal, and Prescott.

Prescott

Hours:
Tuesday: 10 am–1:30 pm and 5–7 pm
Wednesday to Friday: 10 am—1:30 pm

Phone: 613-925-2444

Cell: 613-213-6636

Email: foodforall@bellnet.ca

Location:
136 Henry Street West,
Prescott, ON, K0E 1T0

Cardinal

Hours:
Wednesday: 10 am—2 pm and 5–7 pm

Phone: 613-657-1967

Cell: 613-213-6636

Email: foodforall@bellnet.ca

Location:
Cardinal Public Library
618 King's Hwy #2,
Cardinal, ON, K0E 1E0

Spencerville

Hours:
Thursday: 11 am—1 pm

Phone: 613-925-2444

Cell: 613-213-6636

Email: foodforall@bellnet.ca

Location:
Spencerville United Church
16 Centre St.
Spencerville, ON, K0E 1X0

Maitland

Coming Soon: July 9, 2024

Hours:
Tuesday: 10 am–1 pm

Cell: 613-213-6636

Email: foodforall@bellnet.ca

Location:
17 Church Street
Maitland, ON, K0E 1T0

Help Us Eliminate Hunger in South Grenville

There are several ways you can help us in our fight against hunger.

South Grenville Food Bank

Donate

As a non-profit organization, the South Grenville Food Bank relies on donations of cash, food, and non-perishable essentials to keep our programs running.

Growing a garden? Consider planting an extra row to donate fresh produce to the food bank.

South Grenville Food Bank

Volunteer

Whether you’re a high school student looking to fulfill your volunteer hours, or have a few hours you’d like to spend helping those in need in your community, the food bank can use your help.

We have a variety of volunteer positions available; no experience is necessary.

South Grenville Food Bank
South Grenville Food Bank

Fundraise

Join one of our fundraising events, or start your own. We offer several suggestions on our fundraising page, or you can come up with your own.

If you’re planning a fundraising event to benefit the food bank, or would like to find out more, please contact us today.

Volunteers Urgently Needed: We are looking for volunteers to pick up wine, liquor and beer bottles at local landfills as part of our recycling project. For more information or to help us out, please call 613-213-6636.

Upcoming Events

Join the fun, and help the food bank at the same time.

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Thank You Local Schools!

On behalf of the South Grenville Food Bank, we would like to give a thank you to the following schools who eagerly volunteer to help support our families with our year-end food drive:

  • South Grenville District High School
  • South Edwardsburg Public School
  • Maynard Public School
  • Centennial ’67 Public School
  • Wellington Elementary School

Also thank you to St. Mark Catholic School and St. Lawrence Academy for their support.

We Need Your Help

As we know, children and families use the support of the breakfast/snack programs as well as hot lunches during the school year. However, once school is done for the school year, where do these children go for the extras? The South Grenville Food Bank.

Here are some of the items we could use to fill our shelves:

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Mr. Noodles – Beef/Chicken

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Minute Rice

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Canned beef stew

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Alphagetti/Chef Boyardee

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Jams

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Canned fruit

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Pancake Mix

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Hamburger Helper

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Pudding cups

The Numbers

Poverty is an ongoing issue for much of South Grenville’s population.

The South Grenville Food Bank strives to eliminate hunger in our communities by offering food and assistance to those in need.

Your donation of cash or food helps.

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The percentage of food bank clients under age 18 who are affected by poverty.

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Percentage of the population of South Grenville who use the food bank.

Our Gallery

Browse through our gallery of past fundraising events.

What Others Are Saying About Us

Testimonials and success stories from clients we’ve helped and people and organizations who have worked with us.

An anonymous client gifted the food bank with a beautiful cactus plant with the following message:

This plant was raised from a root and now is a strong, healthy plant. Your food bank does the same for my child, helps him grow big and strong. Thank you for your kindness.

Anonymous Client

The Prescott Food Bank is truly one of our most valuable partners at Victim Services of Leeds and Grenville. Their dedicated team goes above and beyond to provide us with a solid reliable service we can count on. No matter when our emergencies have occurred, they have been there to help us provide individuals the services they need, when they need it most. We thank you, Prescott Food Bank, for your trusted service, your unwavering commitment, and for the incredible difference you make within all of our communities!

Sonya

Executive Director, Victim Services of Leeds and Grenville

The South Grenville Food Bank has been instrumental in assisting our most vulnerable community members. I have personally called on them throughout 2021 for various items, including, but not limited to, food, personal hygiene, and baby items. The staff and volunteers are always willing to help at a moment’s notice. We appreciate this valuable relationship and all that each and every member of this organization does to help enrich the lives of so many in our community. 

Theresa

Detective Constable, OPP