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Welcome to The Parkland Food Bank

Our Vision

We are at the heart of our community where no one goes hungry, so families and individuals can feel empowered, supported, and hopeful.

Our Mission

To coordinate the collection and distribution of healthy food to people in need within the Tri-Region area and connect them to additional resources in the community.

1 in 10 Albertan’s live in poverty

Through community support in 2019 we helped by:
Distributing 17,337 food hampers
Provided food to 45,824 individuals for 3 days
Provided monthly access to dry goods, milk and meat
Provided weekly access to fruit, vegetables, dairy, bread, baby food (supplies)
Provided referrals to other local agencies for further supports
Kept $1.5 million worth of food from landfills by rescuing it from local distributors and grocery stores

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Employment Opportunity

By May 19, 2022

Volunteer & HR Coordinator The purpose of Parkland Food Bank is to address food insecurity among residents of Spruce Grove, Stony Plain and Parkland County by providing weekly access to healthy food, to individuals and families in short term, long term, and emergency situations. Do you have a passion to make a difference in the… Read more »

April Most Needed Items

By April 7, 2022

Most needed items that Parkland Food Bank is critically low on this April.: Canned Meals (Chili, Stew, Ready to eat soup) Canned Tuna/chicken/turkey Canned Fruit Canned Vegetables Size 4 and 5 Diapers Thank you for your ongoing support! Learn more

Nomination Form-Parkland Food Bank Board of Directors

By March 1, 2021

NOTICE: CALL FOR NOMINATIONS OPEN: Parkland Food Bank SocietyIn accordance with the Bylaws and policies of Parkland Food Bank Society, nomination form is now open for the Parkland Food Bank Board of Directors.Nominations Close: End of day April 18, 2022 You want to make a difference in the community and are looking for a organization… Read more »

Coldest Night of the Year – 2021

By January 19, 2021

The Coldest Night of the Year is a covid-safe, family-friendly walk to raise money for Parkland Food Bank. Walk with us (virtually) on February 20, 2021! Register https://cnoy.org/register Register to walk individually or with your team. Are you ready to sign up and make a difference in your community again? Because we are SO ready to welcome you (at a safe distance!)… Read more »

Hungry to Help 2020

By June 5, 2020

$100 Feeds a Family from the Tri-Region!

Making Your Donations Go Further!

By February 26, 2020

With your generous cash donations we were able to purchase $4977.35 worth of food, including: 25 bags of flour 1320 packages of pasta 788 cans of pasta sauce 504 packages of rice 96 boxes of cereal If you would like to donate to help us with future purchases please visit https://atbcares.benevity.org/communi…/…/124-128510484RR0001 Your donation may be… Read more »

DONATE YOUR RECYCLING (FREE PICKUP)

By February 4, 2020

SkipTheDepot has partnered with dozens of Alberta charities so that you can donate your deposit instead, making it easier for you to support a mission near and dear to your heart. Parkland Food Bank is now one of those charities. When you schedule your pickup, simply specify that your deposit be directed to the Parkland Food Bank Society (our official name) and you’ll be helping us alleviate hunger today and prevent hunger tomorrow.

Stretching the Donor Dollar

By July 25, 2019

Donors sometimes wonder which is better to give, food or cash? Although we certainly love your donations in any form you are comfortable giving, there can be a huge difference on the amount of food we can receive. On the left is a jar of peanut butter that was purchased for us at $4.29 and on… Read more »