Daily Bread | COVID19 Announcements

AMJ Campbell: Making Moves to Help Those in Need

April 14, 2020

Since the COVID-19 pandemic hit Toronto, Daily Bread Food Bank has been faced with the challenge of sustaining uninterrupted service to our agency partners, during a time of constant change. 

Thankfully, AMJ Campbell stepped up to support our bin pick-up across the city to ensure that all of the generous food donations from our communities made their way back to our warehouse!

“AMJ has always been a supporter of our local communities, we help where we can,” shared Pierre Frappier, President, AMJ Campbell. “In this unprecedented time, we are honoured to be assisting Daily Bread Food Bank with their food donation pick ups.”

In the first two weeks alone, AMJ drivers picked-up over 27,000 lbs of food donations from 130+ locations across Toronto. Their support as an extension of our logistics team is invaluable and so greatly appreciated.

This partnership is a wonderful example of a company leveraging their infrastructure, resources and the passion of its employees to provide an immeasurable benefit to a non-profit partner – and the community as a whole.

On behalf of everyone at Daily Bread Food Bank – and the tens of thousands of neighbours in need who rely on us as a lifeline – thank you AMJ Campbell!

Monetary Donations

You can support our ongoing efforts in providing food to those who need it most during this challenging time.


Online Food Donations

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

Drop-off Food Donations

You can drop off non-perishable food donations at any fire hall in the city.

Click here for a list of our most needed items.

Online Fundraising

You can run an online fundraiser in support of Daily Bread. It’s easy and you can do it while #stayinghome
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