Community & Family Services

Fort MacLeod Foodbank:  

 

Address:  2317 3rd Ave, Fort MacLeod, Alberta

Hours of Operation:  Wednesday 10am-2pm

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DUE TO COVID RESTRICTIONS AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF OUR THRIFT STORE SOME PROGRAMS MAY BE TEMPORARILY UNAVAILABLE OR HAVE CHANGED LOCATIONS

PLEASE CALL OUR OFFICE AT 403-328-8611 OR 403-331-8870 FOR MORE INFORMATION 

 

 

We offer a variety of services to meet the needs of the whole family. 

 

  • Toys for Tots/Christmas Hope – We provide toys and gifts to children in need in partnership with our local community.  Registration begins in October online or at the beginning of November through either the InterFaith Food Bank, or Lethbridge Food Bank.  Toy distribution to families in need takes place in the third week of December annually.

  • Youth Supper – Weekly supper provided for youth in our community to promote healthy lifestyle and nutritional support. 

  • Vouchers – Individuals or families can receive a voucher for household or clothing items redeemable in our thrift store.  Vouchers are provided through an intake and needs assessment process. 

  • Drop In Services – Based on availability light household, clothing and food items are offered free of charge.  Please see hours posted. 

  • Food Bank in Fort MacLeod – We operate a food bank in Fort MacLeod on Wednesday between 10am-2pm.  If you live in that area and need food assistance please give us a call at 403-929-3884. 

  • Christmas Kettle Campaign – Christmas kettles fundraising provides much needed financial support for the work we do in our community.  This annual campaign runs 5-6 weeks in community retail locations. We rely heavily on volunteers, if you would like to volunteer with us please call 403-328-8611 or email lethbridgekettles@gmail.com

  • Pathway of Hope - Pathway of Hope is a focus on identifying and addressing root cause issues for people living in poverty.  It is an high impact strengths-based case management approach to providing targeted services to people with a desire to take action to break the cycle of crisis and vulnerability.