Find meals, and lower cost grocery options. Also, find food and supply delivery options for seniors and vulnerable people.

Many local businesses are offering new delivery options. It is worth calling your usual store and asking. You can also find a growing list at Surrey Store to Door. There is also a mapped version of most of these services online with the:

COVID-19 Emergency Food Services

Community Meals

Cloverdale Community Kitchen
5337 180 Street Surrey, BC
Tel: 778-317-6000
Take away meals available on Monday, Wednesday and Fridays at 5:30pm. Also a foodbank is available Monday nights at 5 pm and Thursday mornings at 10 am. Stop by during foodbank hours to register.

Gateway of Hope
5787 Langley Bypass, Langley
Tel: 604-514-7375  info@gatewayofhope.ca
Lunches are now offered every day of the week from 12:30 - 1pm in a take-out bag format. Dinner is not offered at this time.

Gracepoint Community Church
3487 King George Blvd, Surrey BC
Tel: 604-538-1825 
Sunday night dinners are no longer being offered, instead a meal-to-go is offered on Wednesday afternoons from 12:30-1:30PM.

Gurdwara Dukh Nivaran Sahib
15255 68 Ave, Surrey, BC V3S 3L5
info@dukhnivaran.ca
Tel: 604-780-2573
Tel: 604-537-1440
Tel: 236-313-1984
The Gurdwara Dukh Nivaran Sahib Temple in Surrey will send volunteers to deliver groceries to seniors, people with disabilities. The temple will also be offering drive-through langar, or drive-through meal service for those in need. The langar will be held from 7am to 10pm every day.

Johnston Heights Church Community Meals
9612 152nd St. Surrey BC
Tel: 604-589-3733 
Take-out lunch and food hamper twice a month. Pick up lunch and food hamper between 1-2:30 pm.

Maxxine Wright Hot Lunch Program
Maxxine Wright Place 2 - 13733 92nd Ave. Surrey, B.C. V3V-1H9
Tel: 604-587-3835     maxxwright@atira.bc.ca    
Monday to Friday take-away meals for women who are registered clients. Supports women who are pregnant or who have children under 6 months at the time of intake who are also impacted by substance use and/or violence.

NightShift Street Ministries
Surrey: 10635 King George Boulevard, Surrey, BC V3T 2X6
Langley: 5708  Glover Rd Langley BC
Tel: 604-953-1114 
Both outreach locations in Surrey and Langley continue to serve a hot meal to our community’s vulnerable citizens on the street, in Surrey, every night, and in Langley on Mondays and Thursdays, but with a strict new protocol designed to keep everyone as safe as possible. Meals from 7-8pm.

Surrey Schools Meal Programs
Tel: 604-595-5300 
Now that the schools have reopened, the Breakfast Clubs and Lunch Programs have resumed services at selected schools. These Programs provide simple nutritious meals to students in need so that they can concentrate on learning.    

  • Breakfast Club participation is by invitation so contacting your child’s school is the best way to learn more.  
  • Lunch Programs are offered in some elementary and secondary schools.  Parents pay $1 per meal (about 20% of the cost of the meal) or what they can afford, but no student will be turned away for financial reasons    

We accept donations for the Surrey Schools Meal Programs: please contact the district’s Business Development department by phone (604-595-6066) or email bdev-office@surreyschools.ca.

Surrey Urban Mission
10776 King George Blvd. Surrey BC
Tel: 604-581-5172 
Breakfast 7 days a week from 8:30-9:30am. Lunch 11:30 - 12:30 pm Mon - Fri. Sunday Dinner is at 5pm.  Clothing and pet food give away Mon Wed Friday from 11:30am until 1pm. Support workers available to help with housing, ID and other needs.

Food Banks

Cloverdale Community Kitchen
5337 180 Street Surrey, BC
Take away meals available on Monday, Wednesday and Fridays at 5:30pm. Also a foodbank is available Monday nights at 5 pm and Thursday mornings at 10 am. Stop by during foodbank hours to register.

Guru Nanak Food Bank
Unit 101 15299 68 Ave, Surrey BC
Tel: 604-580-1313
Full range of East Indian and western groceries for those in need. Not only for Surrey residents, food bank serves all those in need.

Muslim Food Bank
Surrey Warehouse: 104 – 12941 115 Ave Surrey, BC  V3R 0E2
Tel: 1-866-248-3868    
coordinator@muslimfoodbank.com
Serves both Muslims and Non-Muslims. Provides food hampers on a monthly basis to those in need who have dietary restrictions whether religious or cultural. The hamper will normally include rice, flour, oil, sugar and other non-perishable foods. Call to register or pick-up a hamper. Delivery is now available through United Way volunteers. Also offers a range of supports for clients and new refugees to help aid with settlement.

Salvation Army Community & Family Services
13474 96 Avenue, Surrey, BC V3V 1Y9
Tel: 778-395-4357
Open Tuesday and Wednesday 9:30am-2:30 pm. Emergency assistance for food and clothing, as well as a variety of other services.

Sources – White Rock/South Surrey Food Bank
2343 156th St. Surrey BC V4A 4V5
Tel: 604-531-8168   foodbank@sourcesbc.ca 
Tues 9:30-3:30, Wed 10-6 and Thurs 10-2. Hampers can be picked up at the door. Register in person. Must live within White Rock or South Surrey (from 0 Ave to 40 Ave; from 120 St to 196 St). Bring picture ID and care cards for any dependents and mail from the last 2 months to prove address. Mobile delivery services with doctor's note.

Surrey Food Bank
13478 78 Ave, Surrey
Tel: 604-581-5443
Food distribution hours: Monday through Friday 9:00am to 1:00 pm. Evening Distribution: Every 2nd Thursday 6:00-7:00pm (call for dates). Must register in person and set up an appointment to do so (picture ID, proof of address and income, and medical cards for all family members required). Offers Hamper to Your Home program for food bank patrons with mobility issues (waitlist currently for most routes, must be verified by a physician). Seniors 65+ depot; every 2nd Monday 9:00am to 1:00 pm. (call for dates).  Also have depots in Cloverdale and North Delta.

Groceries

DIVERSEcity’s Food Accessibility Fund for Migrants
13455 76 Avenue Surrey, BC
Tel: 604-547-1267   kitchen@dcrs.ca
Subsidized groceries available for community members whose food insecurity has been worsened due to Covid19. Volunteer grocery shopping service for food insecure community members who are self-isolating or quarantined including seniors.

Grocery Hour @ Oak Avenue
12740 – 102 Ave Surrey BC
Tel: 604-582-7088
Tuesdays at 12:30pm registration, 1pm food distribution. Various food items including fresh vegetables, and fruits might be available depending on what is receive as donations. Grocery items made available with the support and help from local Save-On-Foods store.  $2 minimum donation. Please bring your own bag. 

Langley Youth Hub
6275 203rd Street Langley BC
Tel: 604-546-1130  
All drop-in groups have been suspended but the building is still open for some essential services. Staff are available during their usual hours. Non-perishable food and supplies available. Outreach services. Doctor and counselling services also available.

Surrey Store to Door
Find local businesses who are doing online ordering, shipping or delivery. Includes a number of restaurants, grocery stores, and other goods. Most major grocery chains are offering home delivery or at store pick up but many are experiencing wait times of a week or two.

Quest Food Exchange
1-13890 104th Ave, Surrey, BC V3T 1W9
Tel: 604-588-3476
Surrey store offers affordable food and household accessories. If you want to get a Quest Card please visit our website. Hours of Operation: Monday & Saturday 9am-3:15 Tuesdays to Friday 9am-5:15pm.

Home Deliveries

Alexandra Neighbourhood House
2916 McBride Avenue, Surrey, BC
Tel: 604-535-0015 ext 236 (Neil)  communityprograms@alexhouse.net
Supporting neighbours during COVID-19 health emergency. Get involved:

  • As someone who can help neighbours needing support (running errands, getting groceries, dog-walking, or a friendly chat).
  • As someone at risk who is self-isolating or quarantined, and are looking for help or for social contact.

We will assemble Helper Teams of six to assist those needing support at this time. Together, the Team and its recipients form a Community Caring Circle.  For more information &/or to sign up, send an email to Neil at communityprograms@alexhouse.net, or call 604-535-0015 (ext 236).

BC211 Safe Seniors/Strong Communities
Tel: 211
Connects seniors with volunteers willing to check in on them or help pick-up groceries/prescriptions. There is an online form to fill out to either volunteer or get connected with a volunteer. You can also sign up by calling 211.

Good Neighbour BC
Tel: 1-888-201-8610   goodneighbourbc@gmail.com
Free grocery and household essentials delivery serving South Surrey and White Rock. Created and run by volunteers in the community.

Gurdwara Dukh Nivaran Sahib
15255 68 Ave, Surrey, BC V3S 3L5
info@dukhnivaran.ca
Tel: 604-780-2573
Tel: 604-537-1440
Tel: 236-313-1984
The Gurdwara Dukh Nivaran Sahib Temple in Surrey will send volunteers to deliver groceries to seniors, people with disabilities. The temple will also be offering drive-through langar, or drive-through meal service for those in need. The langar will be held from 7am to 10pm every day.

Helpingneighbours.com by Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association
Tel: 1-855-435-7811     info@helpingtheseniors.com
If you are in self-isolation, quarantined, or a senior individual, and do not have the access or the means to acquire basic food and hygiene items, please call 1855-435-7811 or visit the website, and click on Get Help Now and fill out the online form. A volunteer from the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association will contact you within 24 hours to ensure your needs are being met.

Mobilizing Local Love by United Way
give-help-get-help@uwlm.ca
A new channel created to connect volunteers with anyone who needs help during the COVID-19 crisis. Anyone that is in need of help in any of the communities in the Lower Mainland and Fraser valley can use this to connect with volunteers. To get help click here for more information.

Muslim Food Bank - Seniors and People with Disability Grocery Delivery (COVID-19 Protection)
Register: 1-866-248-3868 ext 203 or email: register@muslimfoodbank.com
Offers grocery delivery for seniors in the community who are 65+ years on age or are disabled and find it challenging to obtain groceries amid the COVID19 pandemic. The services are dependent on volunteer availability. You can also submit your shopping request using an online form.

Peace Portal Alliance
15128 27B Avenue, Surrey BC
Tel: 604-531-4733
Peace Portal Church suspended all in-facility meals but will provide non-perishable food items to folks who call the office. They have volunteers who are willing to deliver to people’s homes.

Sheila's Catering Co.
Online ordering and home delivery. Offers some shareable meal options.

Sources - Shop By Phone
Tel: 211
Provide grocery shopping services to residents who are isolated in their homes due to illness, injury or disability. The delivery charge is $7 for a regular size delivery and $14 for an extra-large delivery. Now operated through United Way’s Better at Home program. Call BC211 to register.

Surrey Store to Door
Find local businesses who are doing online ordering, shipping or delivery. Includes a number of restaurants, grocery stores, and other goods.

Meals on Wheels

Surrey/North Delta
#332, 7360 137 Street Surrey, BC  V3W 1A3
Tel: 778-590-1433   sndmow@gmail.com
Serves Surrey, Cloverdale and North Delta. Delivers hot meals 5 days a week. Regular size: $10.50, large size $11, and bagged lunch $5.

White Rock
PO Box 39587 WR Postal Outlet  Surrey BC V4A 0A9
Tel: 604-541-6325
Delivers meals Mon, Wed, and Fri in White Rock and South Surrey areas for $7.75 per meal. Hot meals delivered between 11am and 12:30pm. Service area is the Semiahmoo Peninsula area south of 40th Avenue and West of 188th Street.

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