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CBC Community Cares Day Supporting Food Banks in the GTA

June 1, 2020


Be a lifeline to the most vulnerable in our city who have been hit the hardest by the pandemic. 

Providing food to those in need can be difficult at the best of times. With COVID-19, and the challenging times we have faced over these last few months — and will continue to face — that task has gotten much harder. 

On June 24th CBC Toronto will celebrate the resilience of a city and the people who are helping to bring us together, support our neighbours and feed our communities. 

Community Cares, is a day of special programming with music, stories, and coming together in support of food banks across the GTA. 

For more information about CBC Community Cares visit  cbc.ca/communitycares

Your gift will help ensure that everyone’s right to food is realized in the weeks – and months – ahead. 

Thank you for supporting Daily Bread Food Bank as we work to provide uninterrupted service to our neighbours in need. 


Click here to make an online donation to Daily Bread Food Bank through CBC Community Cares. 

To make a donation over the phone, please call 1-855-768-7222. Due to social distancing measures in effect, the number of staff and volunteers at the office is limited. If we are unable to answer your call, please leave a message and a member of our team will get back to you back as quickly as possible. 


It’s easy and fun to run an online fundraiser in support of Daily Bread – and you can do it while #stayinghome. Click here to set up a campaign. 

Click here to learn about the many ways you can support Daily Bread Food Bank. 


Click here for a list of our most needed items. 

Order online from your favourite grocery store and have items delivered directly to our warehouse: 191 New Toronto Street, Toronto, ON, M8V 2E7

You can also drop off non-perishable food donations at any fire hall in the city. You can find the location of your nearest donation bin on the Rocketman app.


If you need food support, click here

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