Who’s Hungry 2021

This year’s report reveals that there were 1.45 million visits to Toronto food banks last year, the highest number of visits ever recorded in Toronto.

For the first time, new clients outnumbered existing clients at food banks with a 61% increase compared to the year prior.

You can help families facing hunger this holiday season.

In the past six months Daily Bread Food Bank has seen client visits increase by more than 67% compared to the same months pre-COVID-19. And nearly a third of those clients include children.

Give the gift of food to a family in need.

Tune into Daily Bread’s Podcast: The 2030 Project.

What would it take to eliminate poverty in Canada by 2030? Hosted by Dave Trafford, The 2030 Project explores why poverty persists, and what we can do about it.

You can help end hunger in Toronto.

The road to recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic will be difficult for those experiencing food insecurity. We need your help to ensure everyone’s right to food is realized.

Responding to COVID-19

What we are doing to ensure the well-being of our clients, volunteers, supporters and staff.

We believe that access to food is a basic human right, not a privilege. No one should go hungry.


Daily Bread distributes fresh and shelf-stable food every day to our member agency network.


Daily Bread welcomes more than 10,000 volunteers a year.


“As a Torontonian raising a family, I understand the critical role Daily Bread plays. As a local business owner, I want to give back to our community and our neighbours who need it most.”

– Sundeep Bagga, President, Sunpan Modern Home