North York Harvest Food Bank

 

You have the chance to make an incredible difference for your neighbours struggling with food insecurity. From parents who are unable to feed their families, to seniors on fixed incomes – thousands are turning to North York Harvest for help, many for the first time.  Get Involved >

 


Upcoming Events

 


Current Campaigns

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Your donation will give food and hope to a family like Richard’s.

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You can make a difference by joining the Harvest Hero Virtual Food Drive!

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Latest updates

Who’s Hungry Report 2023

Who’s Hungry Report 2023 In partnership, Daily Bread Food Bank and North York Harvest Food Bank have released the 2023 Who’s Hungry Report, a profile of food insecurity in the […]

Posted on November 14th, 2023

girl holding an apple with a heart shape bitten out of it

More Canadians leaving a gift to charity

Why more Canadians are leaving a gift to charity in their Wills. We are lucky. Our supporters are thoughtful individuals, who share a concern for finding long-term food solutions and […]

Posted on March 2nd, 2023

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Thankful for Your Support

Thankful for your support on Giving Tuesday!   Giving Tuesday is a global day of giving back that kicks off the giving season. This is a day when individuals and […]

Posted on November 30th, 2021

Feeding your family doesn't mean you go without

Feeding your family
doesn't mean you go without

Kids don't have to skip breakfast

A fixed income
doesn't mean unhealthy food

A fixed income doesn't mean unhealthy food

Kids don't have
to skip breakfast