Find a food bank in your area. They can provide free groceries to those who qualify.

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
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: 604-496-5172
Emergency assistance for food and clothing, as well as a variety of other services.

Salvation Army—White Rock Community Church
15417 Roper Avenue, White Rock, BC
Tel: 604-531-7314
Individuals or families who are struggling financially may visit a maximum of one time per month for a food  emergency hamper of non-perishable food.  Clothing assistance and household items also available.  Each client must provide the following upon request: Photo ID, ID for each household member or dependent, proof of address and proof of income.  Tuesdays and Fridays: 10 a.m. to 12 p.m..

Sources – White Rock/South Surrey Food Bank
2343 156th St. Surrey BC V4A 4V5
Tel: 604-531-8168 
Provides community members in need a minimum of two days worth of food per person per week. Extra healthy food items are also provided for each school-age child as well as formula and diapers for babies. Register in person. Must live within White Rock or South Surrey (from 0 Ave to 40 Ave; from 120 St. to 196 St.).

Surrey Food Bank
13478 78 Ave, Surrey
Tel: 604-581-5443
Offers food to clients every 14 days. Amount depends on size of family. 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). Also have a seniors 65+ depot (call for dates).  Also have depots in Cloverdale, Guildford, and North Delta.

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