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Daily Bread Food Bank Listed as One of Canada's Top 100 Charities

January 15, 2020

We are thrilled and proud to be included in Mac… Read More

Webinar – From Crisis to Resilience: A City’s Call to Action

November 29, 2021

Daily Bread Food Bank in partnership with North York Harvest, released the annual Who’s Hungry report, profiling hunger in Toronto and exploring the concept of resiliency.   This year, there… Read More

 

Affirming the Rights of Transgender People: Daily Bread Food Bank Statement

November 29, 2021

Daily Bread Food Bank stands in solidarity with, and supports the transgender community, which includes those we serve, our volunteers, staff and the community as a whole. As an organization… Read More

 

Advocacy in Action: Toronto Adopts Inclusionary Zoning

November 29, 2021

On November 9, the City of Toronto became the first municipality in Ontario to adopt inclusionary zoning, which is a policy that requires large developments in certain areas to set aside a… Read More

 

You Can Help Families Experiencing Hunger this Holiday Season

November 26, 2021

The holiday season is right around the corner. It’s time to start thinking about that ‘perfect gift’— and deciding what to serve at your family celebrations. But Linda’s choices are… Read More

 

Help Make the Season Kind

November 25, 2021

CBC Toronto Sounds of the Season: Running until December 31. Join CBC Toronto for a month-long celebration of community and kindness in support of food banks across… Read More

 

Who’s Hungry 2021 - From Crisis to Resilience: A City’s Call to Action 

November 15, 2021

In partnership, Daily Bread Food Bank and North York Harvest Food Bank have released Who’s Hungry 2021. This year’s report is a call to action from a city in crisis, and explores ways… Read More

 

Daily Bread Food Bank Founder, Sister Marie Tremblay Has Passed Away at the Age of 99. She Leaves a Powerful Legacy in the City of Toronto.

November 5, 2021

With deep sadness, the volunteers and staff at Daily Bread Food Bank mourn the passing of the organization’s founder, Sister Marie Tremblay. Sister Marie was a member of the Sisters… Read More

 

A Path to Affordable Housing in Toronto

October 29, 2021

On October 28, Daily Bread’s CEO Neil Hetherington made a deputation at the City of Toronto’s Planning and Housing Committee in support of Inclusionary Zoning, a new policy that would require large developments in strong… Read More

 

Ontario’s Rental Increase Freeze is Ending – How Will it Impact Tenants?

October 27, 2021

We are facing a housing crisis in Toronto. The Advocacy Centre for Tenants Ontario found that 46% of all renters in Ontario live in the Toronto area and these households need to earn $24 an hour to… Read More