An online map that includes where and how to access food hampers, free lunches for kids and youth, grocery delivery services, and other community-based food resources: Calgary COVID-19 Community Food Map
Free food for anyone in need. The pantry was originally designed for residents of Acadia and nearby neighbourhoods but it will not turn anyone away.
Beginning in September, the pantry will move back to operating once a month, on the third Tuesday. Dates for food distribution are: Aug. 18, Sept. 15, Oct. 20, Nov. 17, Dec. 15
No registration necessary; just come and bring your own bag. Be prepared to receive hand sanitizing at the door and keep social distance.
Organized by a community group through the Acadia Networking & Action Group (ANAG) For more information, contact AcadiaPantry@gmail.com
McDougall United Church has created a hub where children and others can come pick-up a bagged lunch. If you or someone you know is in need, please take advantage of this service.
Monday to Friday from 12 noon to 1 pm in the parking lot.
For more information, contact Aileen Berridge at email@example.com, phone: 403-252-1620
Families and individuals can phone the hamper request line at 403-253-2055, and visit the website for important information
Providing food hampers, meal hampers and grocery gift cards to families in need. Gift cards will be mailed out but the hampers are delivered. They also include baby, kids and adult hygiene items as well.
Call the Social Dispatch phone line from 10:00 am - 4:00 pm at 403-455-5792.
The Alex Community Food Centre, www.TheAlexCFC.ca