Seva Food Bank is an initiative of Sikhs Serving Canada that addresses the challenges of food security and underlying poverty to spur economic renewal in Mississauga, Ontario.
Through our two locations – Malton and Wolfedale – we ensure equitable access to safe, nutritious and culturally appropriate food to people experiencing or at risk of poverty in the communities we serve.
WE SERVE RESIDENTS LIVING IN MISSISSAUGA’S
L5B & L5C postal codes and the Malton Community.
Join the Mississauga Food Bank Tax Filing Clinics
from March to May
BOOK AN APPOINTMENT
Malton: (905) 361-7382 ext.2
Wolfedale: (905) 361-7382 ext.1
Our priority is to keep everyone in our Seva family safe and healthy. This includes our food bank clients, donors, volunteers, staff and partners. Our goal is to ensure that we can continue to serve our food bank clients in alignment with our Seva values. No one should go hungry during this major public health concern.
HOURS OF OPERATION
Wednesday & Thursday 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Friday 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Note: If it is your first time or if you need an emergency hamper you can just walk in during our hours of operation for an intake and/or emergency hamper of 7-10 days worth of food.
Please MAKE AN APPOINTMENT to schedule your grocery pick up.
BRING HOME HOPE
“My dollar has to stretch and stretch and stretch like an elastic band, and Seva has provided that service where you can come and access some food, that can help you with whatever money you have.”
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OUR CORE TENETS
A society in which the inherent divinity and sovereignty of every individual is recognized and cultivated so that everyone is able to fulfil their true potential.
Launch and manage a portfolio of initiatives that mobilizes the goodwill of Canadians to address the needs of our local communities.
Coordinate and deliver programs that improve the food security needs of our clients and support them in their journey to self-reliance by addressing the root causes of their hunger.
All people living in the communities we serve have access to a culturally appropriate and personally acceptable supply of food.
THANK YOU TO OUR SUPPORTERS!