Find emergency & community supported food in Winnipeg

Find emergency & community supported food in Winnipeg

Here is a list of where to find bagged lunches, hot meals or food packages.

Listings are in alphabetical order. Last updated March 2022.

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Harvest Manitoba

Harvest Manitoba provides food assistance to anyone who needs it. If you need emergency food, please contact Harvest Manitoba to book an appointment to review your food needs. Please ensure that you have your Manitoba Health Card ready when making the call. International Students can use their Student ID. During the appointment, you can arrange to pick up your Harvest Hamper from a location near you.  The Harvest Manitoba Food Network has more than 325 locations across the province.

To schedule an appointment, or for more information, please visit our website

Or contact us as below.


New Registrations:  204.982.3671

Returning Clients: 204.982.3660


Outside Winnipeg

Call: 1.800.970.5559


Note: Call centre hours are Monday-Friday 9:15am-3:15pm and Saturdays 9:30am-12:30pm

Agape table

364 Furby Street.

Meals available (bagged out the door) Mon-Fri 7:30 am-11 am

Age and opportunity (55+) and the United Way Winnipeg

Grocery delivery (including Winnipeg Harvest), medication delivery, social services and daily phone chats

Concerned family members can call on behalf of a loved one. 204-956-6440 (direct line) or call 311

Andrews Street Family Centre

220 Andrew Street

Call us: 204-589-1721

Emergency food, diapers, and formula are available. Call between 9:30am-4:30pm weekdays for an appointment (must have MB health card)

Bear Clan Den 

563 Selkirk Ave.

Call 204-219-1052
Changes every day depending on the supplies they receive so call ahead.

West Broadway Community Services (1JustCity)

222 Furby (use Broadway entrance)

Supper service, 4:30-6PM, Monday-Thursday. Visit us for more info on our programming. 

Daniel Mcintyre/ St Matthews Community Association

823 Ellice Ave.

Monday – Friday: 2 – 6 p.m.
Take-out window for drinking water, snacks, hygiene supplies, feminine products, safer sex protection, clean needles socks & service referrals. Ring the doorbell out front for service.

Feed my Lambs

117 Euclid

Free food packages, Fridays at pm, first come first serve—social distancing practiced (bring your own bags). Separate from Winnipeg Harvest.

Food Not Bombs—Treaty 1 Winnipeg

Fruits and Veggies Giveaway—while supplies last.

Wednesdays 6 pm at Turtle Island Neighbourhood Centre—510 King Street

Fridays 6 pm outside at Indigenous Family Centre (470 Selkirk Avenue)

Social distance while in line—all are welcome.

Good Food Club Good Food Boxes

Affordable fruit & vegetable packages, available for pre-order (one week ahead).

Individual box: $8 | Medium box: $15 | Large (family) box: $20

Order online here: or call 204-774-7201 ext. 6.

Holy Trinity Anglican

256 Smith Street

We offer lunch on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 11 am – 1 pm. Usually a hot dish, along with chips, fruit and water.

When the snow melts we will be offering hot dogs or chicken burgers as a picnic on our lawn.

Lighthouse Mission 

669 Main St.

Monday – Thursday
Breakfast: 9:00-11:15 am  |  Lunch: 1:00-3:15 p.m.

Lunch: 1:00-4:15 pm  |  Dinner: 6:00-7:30 pm

Emergency Hampers – call 204-943-9669

Main Street Project (Meals)

75 Martha St.
Monday-Sunday: Lunch at 1 p.m. |  Supper at 4.30 p.m.

Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre

445 King Street

Call: 204-925-0352, 204-925-0348, 204-925-6816, 204-925-0330, email

One emergency meal per family, baby supplies and basic needs for individuals and families.

Call Mon-Fri between 9 am-7 pm to discuss—deliveries are made between 1pm-3pm.

Macdonald Youth Services (ages 13-21)

159 Mayfair Ave.

Call: 1-888-477-1804
Offering food, shelter, shower, and laundry.

Manitoba Metis Federation 

150 Henry Ave.

Call for a hamper and have your MMF# ready. Delivery only. Note: hampers will not be available after the holiday season.
55 & over only: Call 204-586-8474 (ext. 371)

Missionaries of Charity 

167 Aikins Street

Take and Go: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday
Breakfast: 9.30 a.m. – 10.45 a.m.

Mutual Aid Society – Serve the People

Produce Boxes available.

Sign up by Sunday for Thursday delivery. To sign up please visit

If you have questions, email

North End Women’s Center 

394 Selkirk Ave.

Bagged lunches on Mondays. Snacks available the rest of the week.
Hygiene products, pads, clean needles and new-born diapers available.

North Point Douglas Women’s Center 

221 Austin St. N

Tuesday: 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. Non-perishable food hampers and feminine hygiene products also available.

NorWest Co-op Community Food Centre

103-61 Tyndall Ave

Hot take-out lunch on Monday, Wednesday, Friday 12-1:30pm.

Hot take-out supper Thursday 5:30-6:30pm.

Meals are free of charge and available to everybody.

NorWest Co-op Community Health

(for community members in the area)

  • Blake Gardens Resource Centre Nor’West on Alexander Call: 204-982-3660-Different food programs, including food pick-ups
  • Gilbert Park Resoucre Centre Call: 204-982-4429-food and basic essentials Health card required.
Oak Table (in Augustine United Church)

109 Pulford Street Mon-Thurs 12:30 pm-3 pm

Take out lunches, space to warm up if experiencing homelessness.

Resource Assistance for Youth, Inc. (RaY)

125 Sherbrook Street

Take-away lunches 

Out the door services and basic need items 

Drop-in Monday to Friday 1:00 pm-3:00 pm 

Call: 204-783-5617 ext. 206 for additional support over the phone.

Salvation Army

Struggling to feed yourself or your family, food hampers are available (once within a 3 month span).

Call for an appointment to pick up food—have your health card available

Weetamah location, call: 204-946-9490

St. James or Charleswood, call: 204-889-9205

Siloam Mission

300 Princess St.

Monday – Sunday
Breakfast: 9 a.m. – 10 a.m. (only for people staying overnight)
Lunch: 12.30 p.m. – 1.30 p.m.
Supper: 6.30pm – 7.30pm

Spence Neighbourhood Association (SNA), Magnus Eliason Recreational Centre (MERC)

430 Langside Street


Door Service:  9 am – 3:30 pm, Monday – Friday. Snacks and hygiene (as supplies last); please knock on the door.

For meals:  West End Twenty Four Hours (WE24) 11 pm – 2 am, Monday – Sunday

Currently our phones are not operating correctly, so the best way to contact us is to either email me, DM our Facebook page or come to the door.

Union Gospel Mission 

320 Princess

Breakfast: 11 a.m. | Supper: 7 p.m.
50 people served each day
Drop-in service provided from 2 – 4 p.m. from Monday-Friday for use of showers and food (if available). Maximum of twenty people every thirty minutes.

The Welcome Home 

188 Euclid Ave.

Wednesday: 10 a.m. onwards
20 food hampers distributed on a first-come first-serve basis. Bagged lunches after that.

West Central Women’s Resource Centre (WCWRC)

640 Ellice

Call: 204-774-8975

Drop-in services: laundry, phone, shower, computer, washroom, hygiene supplies, cedar and sage available. (Limited individuals permitted inside the building).

Additional Supports over the phone: Emergency housing, EIA, and gender based violence support.

  • Hours: Mon, Wed, Fri 9 am-4:30 pm/Tues, Thurs 12:30-6 pm/Sat 8 am-12 pm

Lunch and dinner will continue to be served—bagged and given out the door

  • Mon, Wed, Fri: 12-1 pm/Tues, Thurs 5-6 pm/Saturday 10 am-11 am.
1JustCity’s West End Drop-In

365 McGee Street— Everyday 12:30 pm-3 pm

Daily sit down lunch meal and a space to warm up if experiencing homelessness.

Additional Community Food Listings

Fireweed Food Co-op Community Food Resource list (updated regularly)

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