WE CONTINUE TO OPERATE AS USUAL AT THE BACK OF THE BUILDING.
MASKS AND SOCIAL DISTANCING ARE MANDATORY.
There are many reasons why people experience food shortages and other necessities. Sometimes people are forced to make a choice to pay rent or buy groceries. Which would you choose? How do you make those choices? Clarington East Food Bank is committed to helping those facing these difficult situations. We do it because we care for our neighbours. We are a non-profit organization that works hard to make sure that no one goes hungry in our community.
Our services are free of charge and open to all. As long as we have food available from community donations, we will continue to do our best to help those in the Clarington East area through any rough spots. Our services are confidential. For more information on how to get support please click here: Get Support . For information on how to help or give donations please click Give Support .
We are grateful for the generosity Clarington has shown the Clarington East Food Bank. Your donations continue to allow us to offer vital support for those living with food insecurity, especially during this time.
Every Tuesday and Thursday new neighbours sign up at the Food Bank. Our guests are young and old, some with children, and some alone. We would like to thank everyone for helping support us as we work together to eliminate food insecurity.
We have had hundreds of individuals and businesses make donations and we thank you! Please see our Community Partners page for a complete list of community sponsors.
We want to recognize that we are on the traditional territory of the Anishinabble People who cared for this beautiful land long before the rest of us arrived. We wish to acknowledge the long history of the First Nations and Metis People in Ontario and show respect to our neighbouring community of the Mississaugas of Scugog Island First Nations.
Nous voulons reconnaitre queue nous some sure le teeitoire traditional des Peuples Anishinaabe. Je tiens a souligner la long histoire des Premieres nations et des Metis dans Ontario et de faire preuve de respect envers la communiaute voisine de la Premiere nation de Mississuaga de L’Isle Scugog.