Jasper Food Bank
Open hours: Thursday 5:30-6:30 pm
600 Geikie Street, Anglican Church Hall Basement. No appointment needed.
Offering food support to Jasperites in need.
It is through the generous support of our community that we can continue supporting local residents in times of need. Cheques can be made payable to the Jasper Community Team Society Box 3035, Jasper AB, T0E1E0
Find out how to access our food supports or find out how the food bank works.
Find out how to volunteer, donate food, or funds to help keep us going.
The mission of the Jasper Food Bank is to help relieve hunger and draw attention to the problems associated with hunger through awareness and community resources.
The Jasper Food Bank is a volunteer-run non-profit association that provides food and basic personal care items to Jasperites in need.
We are thrilled to announce that Tim Horton’s is selling Holiday Smile Cookies with 50% of proceeds going towards the Jasper Food Bank and 50 % to the Tim Horton’s Foundation for their children’s camps. Head down to Tim Hortons between November 13th-19th to get yours!
Are you looking to get involved in our community? Please join us for our Annual General Meeting on October 16th, 2023. Find out how the Jasper Food Bank runs behind the scenes, how we are structured, what our budget is and what our plans are for 2024. If you are interested in joining us as…
On February 25, 2023 the Jasper Food Bank, in partnership with the Jasper Community Team, hosted the first ever Coldest Night of the Year fundraising event in Jasper. Thank you to all volunteers for helping to make this a successful event! For more information or to register your participation, please click here
How to help:
Join our volunteer team and help us create a community where no one goes hungry. We have many different positions to choose from and flexible shift scheduling.
In the spirit of reconciliation, The Jasper Food Bank respectfully acknowledges that Jasper National Park is located in Treaty 6 and 8 as well as the traditional lands of the Anishnaabe, Aseniwuche Winewak, Dene-zaa, Nêhiyawak, Secwépemc, Stoney Nakoda, Mountain Métis, and Métis.
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