Need Help?

What to expect when you come in

At Parkland Food Bank we do work on a drop in basis so you do not need to book an appointment.  When you arrive please see our staff at the front reception desk to register. Once you are registered, you may help yourself to bread and extra pantry items off the shelf while you wait for a volunteer to bring your order out to you. Please don’t forget to bring your own bags!  If there is anything in the hamper you would not use, we ask you to leave it behind so we can put it back on our shelves for someone else.

You may come once a month for a Full Hamper.

These hampers contain pantry items, milk, meat, and eggs as well as produce and pastry.

Any week you are not getting a full hamper, you are eligible to receive a weekly hamper of bread, produce and pastry .

This contains some produce, pastry and either some frozen products or pantry items depending on what we have available.  You may also help yourself to bread and extra pantry items off the front shelf.

No home or kitchen? We have the H2 Weekly Hamper Program to help you as well.

For clients that have no cooking appliances or refrigeration, we provide a  hamper of ready to eat, non-perishable foods, that can be accessed once a week.

Hours of Operation

The Parkland Food Bank provides food assistance to residents of Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, and Parkland County. To receive assistance, you must be eligible and registered at the food bank. Eligibility is dependent on proof of residence and financial need.

Hours of Operation

Tuesday 9:00am until noon

Wednesday 9:00am until noon

Wednesday 6:30pm until 8:00 pm

Friday 9:00am until noon

Friday 1:00pm until 3:30pm

Saturday 9am until noon

Clients MUST be at the food bank at least 15 minutes before we close in order to get a hamper.

To complete some maintenance and give our volunteers a well deserved rest, we will be closed for Christmas Holidays.

Last Client Date: Dec. 20, 2019 and Reopen January 7, 2020

Merry Christmas Everyone!!

What to bring in to register

What to bring in to register:

All information will be kept confidential and no copies will be kept on file. New clients must be at the food bank to register at least 1/2 an hour before closing times. Identification

  • One piece of ID is needed for EACH household member.
  • Alberta Health Care Cards, Drivers License, Birth Certificate OR Passports qualify.

Proof of Income (whatever is relevant to you)

  • Earned Income
  • EI
  • Social Assistance
  • Child Support
  • Disability Income
  • Pension
  • Child Tax Credit

Proof of Expenses  (whatever is relevant to you)

  • Rent/Mortgage
  • Childcare
  • Utilities
  • Debt Payment
  • Child Support/Alimony
  • Insurance

We do require that every client update their file once a year from registration date.


Free Bus Service to Parkland Food Bank

NeighbourLink Parkland

  • Volunteer transportation
  • Assistance with Utilities

A minimum of three days notice is required to be matched with a volunteer.

Bredin College/Worksource

  • Employment Assistance
  • Workshops for resumes and cover letters, interview skills, job search.
  • Available computers, fax machines, photocopier for use.

Westgrove Building, 101, 131 – 1st Ave

Victim Services Society
Crisis Intervention:

  • Emergency transportation to a shelter
  • Police liaison
  • Court Support


Money Mentors – 1-888-294-0076
Credit Counselling
Debt Management Programs
Money Coaching


Family and Community Support Services

  • Counselling services
  • AISH Application Assistance
  • Housing Guide
  • Income Tax Clinic
  • Home Support Services
  • Community Kitchen

Spruce Grove        Stony Plain
780-962-7618          780-963-8583