The services listed below provide emergency food and clothing. Please click on the links for more details.

Ancaster Community Services:For people in Ancaster and surrounding area, food bank, as well as providing a monthly Good Food Box and weekly Bread Box program.

Carlisle United Church, Flamborough Food Bank: The Food Bank is open to anyone who is in need of food or personal care supplements.The Food Bank also offers other assistance such as Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas food hampers.Clients can only be registered with one food bank in the Hamilton area. Clients are welcome to come in every two weeks.

Good Shepherd Emergency Food and Clothing Program: Serves 110 families per day on a first come, first served basis between 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m., Monday to Friday.  If you need assistance from the program, please call 905.972.9485.

Grace Anglican Church, Food with Grace: Waterdown Food Bank, Hours: Tuesdays 2:00 – 6:00pm, 157 Mill Street North, Waterdown (parking off of 182 Main St). For information contact foodwgrace@graceanglicanwaterdown.org or 905-966-7900.

Hamilton Dream Center Food Bank: Open Tuesdays and Thursdays by appointment only.

Hamilton Food Share: Located at 339 Barton Street, Stoney Creek, ON, L8E 2L2

Hamilton Out of the Cold: Provides hot, healthy, home-cooked meals for those in need. Breakfasts and dinners are provided Monday through Saturday during the months of November to March.

Living Rock Food Bank (Underground Rock Shop): The only youth-focused food bank in Hamilton and is the first point of contact for many youth and their families. As part of the mission of the food bank, not only are the needs of youth met surrounding food and clothing, but connections are made to other Living Rock and community services, such as: educational, recreational, informational, social and work programs. These programs address poverty by reducing barriers and by building assets in youth’s lives.

Neighbour to Neighbour Centre: Food Bank/Free Grocery Store: Strives to offer a full range of nutritious quality foods. The unique shopping experience gives clients the dignity and comfort of choosing groceries for their family.

St. Matthew’s House:The Emergency Food Program provides three days worth of food, once a month to individuals and families at two food bank sites: Barton Street Food Bank at St. Matthew’s House and Roxborough Centre Food Bank at the St. Helen’s Centre.

Stoney Creek Community Food Bank: Open to any family or individual in need and on a low income. Must be a resident of Stoney Creek.

Welcome Inn Food Bank: Each month 400 households come to Welcome Inn Commuity Centre and receive a three-day supply of food and personal hygiene items. Food is a basic human right, so no one is turned away from receiving. Hours of Operation: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 11:30 am – 2:00 pm.