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Scarborough Centre for Healthy Communities
Food and Clothing Bank

Food Bank:  Clients can access the food bank through self-referral. Clientsregister during program times and self-select how often they access each monthhowever, no more than one visit each week. The food bank is open to communitymembers who self-identify as having a low-income. Documentation is notrequired however, clients should be prepared to answer some questions at intakeand may be asked to provide supporting documents. Mealsare available during food bank programs.Meals are available duringfood bank programs. Call for dates/times. Clothing Bank: Clients can access theclothing bank through self-referral. Clientsregister through the food bank when it is open. They may attend the clothingbank once each month. They may access up to five clothing items for eachfamily member. The clothing bank is open to community members who self-identifyas having a low-income.
Self-identifying as low income

Residency Requirements: Scarborough and area
Application Process
No referral required. Pre-registration required.COVID 19 -- New clients need to register at and bring the Client ID Number that they receive at the end of the online registration
Mailing Address
629 Markham Rd
Unit 2
Toronto, ON, M1H 2A4
English, English
Partially Accessible
Agency Information
Central East Local Health Integration Network
Last Updated On
October 29, 2020
4100 Lawrence Ave E
Toronto, ON
Intersection: Kingston Rd and Lawrence Ave E; Toronto (Scarborough)
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Hours of Operation
Foodbank: Wed 10am-11am for clients with mobility devices only * 12:30pm-3:30pm * Thu 2pm-4:30pm * Fri 10:30am-1pm Clothing: Wed 12:30pm-3pm * Fri 10:30am-1pmDates: Registration is in the food bank office during operating hours of the food bank

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