New Toronto Street Food Bank Hours
The New Toronto Street Food Bank is located at 191 New Toronto St. Gate 1, within the main Daily Bread building. Please note that Daily Bread’s administrative hours are different from NTSFB hours.
Hours of operation – by appointment only
*See below for all fall holiday closures.
Friday: 10:00-11:30am and 1:00-3:30pm
Saturday: 10:00-11:30am and 1:00-3:30pm
Fall Holiday Closures:
Saturday, October 8
Saturday, December 24
Tuesday, December 27
Tuesday, January 3
You can make appointments for the New Toronto Street Food Bank in the following ways:
- Staff can book an appointment for you when you visit
- call (416) 203-0050 – press 1
- Book online below
Click below to register as a new client of the Daily Bread Food Bank network. You will be able to access any food bank supported by Daily Bread using your Client ID.
If you are experiencing issues registering online, please call 416.203.0050 x1.
The New Toronto Street Food Bank is located inside Daily Bread’s distribution facility at 191 New Toronto St, Etobicoke, ON M8V 2E7
Information and Referral Services
In addition to helping people access food, the New Toronto Street Food Bank offers Information and Referral Services that provide information, referrals and support related to:
- Ontario Works (OW)
- Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP)
- Fighting an eviction
- Legal matters
- Replacing identification
- Free or low-cost clothing
- Free or low-cost glasses
- Free or low-cost furniture and beds
- Immigration and newcomer services
- Other services as needed
Call Information & Referral Services at 416-203-0050 x261.
Hours for Information & Referral Services:
- Monday – Friday: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Volunteer Action Committee
Daily Bread Food Bank’s Volunteer Action Committee (VAC) is an innovative program operating out of Daily Bread’s onsite food bank at the New Toronto Street location. In this program, volunteers – many of whom are clients of the food bank – are responsible for its day-to-day operation as well as providing information and referral services for people in need.
Our goal is to have the food bank become a place of community-building, where clients receive more than just access to food: they are also able to participate more fully, to build skills, confidence, friendship and community while giving back and applying their own knowledge, expertise and passion.
Daily Bread Food Bank gratefully acknowledges the support of the Vital Ideas grant provided by the Tony and Caley Taylor Family Fund, the Jocelyn Barford Family Foundation and the Vital Toronto Fund at the Toronto Foundation.