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Organization: Ste Louise Outreach Centre of Peel  
Phone Numbers: 905-454-2144
After Hours: 416-704-0946 (To make an off hour donation)
Fax: 905-458-6595 (Call first)
Email: บา คา ร่า ใน กรุงเทพstelouisefoodbank85@hotmail.com
Website: www.stelouisefoodbank.ca
Address:
32 Haggert Ave N
Brampton, ON
L6X 1Y3
Intersection: McLaughlin Rd N and Queen St W
Location: Brampton (Downtown)
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Center Hours: Tue, Thu 10am-1pm * Sat 10:30am-2pm
Executives: Catherine Rivera - Board President/Volunteer
Service Description: Assistance to families in need

Provide the following:
  • food (perishable and non-perishable – fresh/canned/frozen)
  • beverages (milk, juice, ensure, coffee, tea, hot chocolate)
  • personal products (shampoo, soap, razors, toilet paper and more)
  • cleaning products (laundry soap, dish soap, etc.)
  • baby items (formula, diapers, blankets, clothes, strollers and toys
  • miscellaneous items ( books, pictures, household items, linens
  • back to school packages in August and September
  • clothes (all year)
  • new toys (Christmas, birthdays and new baby packages
Volunteers are always welcome.

Fees: All services free of charge - monthly visit
Application: Required Paperwork (5 items) Proof of Rent, Address, All income in household, Identification with date of birth for all members of household, Bank statment or bank book showing the 31 days of the previous month of visit IE: For Jan > we need Dec 1st - Dec 31st inclusive List from all bank institutions stating which accounts you have - Annually Note: cannot be registered at another food bank and use our services
Eligibility / Target Population: Any individual or family in need Mental health patients * Abused women and children * Families starting over from a shelter * Fire victims * Individuals with emotional and/or physical disabilities * Individuals relying on Welfare (OW-Ontario Works) * Newcomers (Refugees and Landed Immigrants) * Single Mothers and Teen moms * Two Parent families (with little or no income) * Students * Smaller food banks * School breakfast programs * Youth groups
Languages: English * Portuguese * Spanish
Area Served:
Brampton, Caledon, and Mississauga (Malton)  
See Also: Clothing and Household Items
Food Banks
Volunteer Referral Networks

This information was last completely updated on January 24, 2019

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"About Us"
Non-denominational Registered charity organization staffed by volunteers. Member of both the Brampton Board of Trade and the Business and Professional Women's Club of Brampton