Founded in 1983, Daily Bread Food Bank has grown to become one of Canada’s largest food banks.
From its 108,000 sq.ft. distribution hub, Daily Bread supplies food to nearly 200 food programs across Toronto with a fleet of five trucks
Recently, Daily Bread has also been stepping up its efforts to tackle the issues of lost food and greenhouse gas emissions, starting at the farm level.
Since launching its Farm to Food Bank program, Daily Bread has rescued hundreds of thousands of pounds of fresh, “perfectly imperfect” produce from area farms and distributed them to food banks across the city.
Through its research and advocacy, Daily Bread has become a key thought leader locally, provincially and nationally on issues about hunger, life on low income, housing, and income security.
Daily Bread’s annual Who’s Hungry Report is the go-to resource for media, government and the non-profit sector, combining solid data and analysis about poverty in Toronto.
Daily Bread Food Bank is proud to have both Charity Intelligence Canada
and Imagine Canada accreditation.