Brought to you by the Simcoe County Nutrition Network and the former Food Partners Alliance of Simcoe County in partnership with Community Connection

Description (Service) COVID-19 Response 
The food bank remains open but clients will receive their pre-packed food box outside the door * Delivery will only be available to regular shut-in clients 
Regular Service: 
Food bank providing temporary food assistance * Donations accepted during food bank hours or can drop off food items in bins at various locations throughout Wasaga Beach
Service Details
Hours Tue 10 am-1 pm * Thu 10 am-1 pm, 6:30 pm-8:30 pm - Clients should arrive 15 minutes before closing
Areas Served Wasaga Beach
Eligibility Individuals and families in need * Can access once per month * Assessment of need required
Application COVID-19 Eligibility During the pandemic, only proof of address will be required 
Regular Eligibility: 
Call for inquiries during food bank hours * Drop in with proof of income and expenses, proof of residency, and ID for children or dependents 
People offering donations can drop in with food items, cash or cheque * If direct withdrawal is desired, bring void cheque and ask for form * Receipts are provided * Can also donate online using or
Languages English
Fees None
Addresses and Location
Site Location Part of Former Giant Tiger/Foodland Building beside Post Office
Located In Community Wasaga Beach
Address 818 Mosley St, Unit 2
Wasaga Beach, ON L9Z 2H4
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Intersection Mosley St and 19 St N
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Contact Information
Office Phone 705-429-6464
Crisis Phone Emergency Food Contact: leave message on office phone and a volunteer will call back
Primary Contact Christina Armstrong, Store Manager; Email:
Alternate Contact Sue Connell, Administrator/Treasurer
Primary Executive Archie Nesbitt, Vice Chair of Leadership Team

Agency Overview

Services at this Location

Partnership of Simcoe County Nutrition Network, Food Partners Alliance of Simcoe County and Community Connection. The support of the Government of Ontario is acknowledged