We recognize the hard times the vulnerable in our community are facing. In light of that, we are more determined than ever to rise to the challenge and bring stability and reassurance to the community. 

Safety Measures

COVID-19 is a threat to our health and no one wants to be sick. We encourage our volunteers to wear appropriate PPE, such as n95 or equivalent masks and to take precautions including social distancing where possible. 

Supply chain impact

The cost of food has skyrocketed in the last few years, in part due to the supply chain impacts of COVID, greedflation from Canada’s oligopoly of grocery suppliers and general grossness. 

As a result,  now more than ever, we are in urgent need of the community’s ongoing support to help us serve the most vulnerable members in our communities.


We would be most appreciative of support in the following areas:

  • Monetary Donations
  • Produce

  • shelf stable pantry items such as pasta, canned goods, etc

  • Protein sources

How To Help

If you are able to help us out in any way, we at Toronto Food Not Bombs are eternally grateful for your support.

For in-kind donations of supplies, please contact us to arrange a drop-off or pick-up.

Please send monetary donations by e transfer to Suggested password: carrots.

If you require a tax/donation receipt, please direct your donation to our partner organization, Seeds of Hope, who can provide a tax receipt through Canada Helps. Please mention the donation is for Toronto Food Not Bombs. Please feel free to contact us if you would like assistance with this.

For more information on donating, please refer to our Donate page.