Find low cost for free community meals and cooking clubs in Surrey.

Alexandra Neighbourhood House

2916 McBride Ave. Crescent Beach BC (get directions to the Alexandra Neighbourhood House)
Monthly lunch offered Sept-June every second Wednesday. Cash-only cost is $12 ($10 for members).
Learn more about the Alexandra Neighbourhood House.

Cloverdale Community Kitchen

5337 180 St. Surrey, BC (get directions to the Cloverdale Community Kitchen)
Community meal Monday to Friday at 6pm. Have a number of other services including a food bank and mobile meal delivery.
Learn more about the Cloverdale Community Kitchen.

Food Skills for Families

Connecting people in the kitchen, teaching hands-on cooking skills and making healthy eating, grocery shopping and cooking easy, quick and fun. A ‘hands-on’ skill-building program developed by dietitians and educators. Participants learn how to make healthy meals and how to make healthier snack and beverage choices while gaining confidence in the kitchen. 
Learn more about the Food Skills for Families.

Fraser Region Aboriginal Friendship Centre

A101—10095 Whalley Blvd. Surrey BC (get directions to the Fraser Region Aboriginal Friendship Centre)
Offer a range of programs for all ages. Many programs, including culture nights, have meals or refreshments.
Learn more about the Fraser Region Aboriginal Friendship Centre.

Gateway of Hope

5787 Langley Bypass, Langley (get directions to the Gateway of Hope)
Lunches are 12:30pm on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday. Dinners offered at 5:00pm on Tuesday & Thursday.
Learn more about the Gateway of Hope.

Gracepoint Community Church

3487 King George Blvd, Surrey BC (get directions to the Gracepoint Community Church)
Sundays from 5:00 PM until 6:00 PM starting September 4, 2022.
Learn more about the Gracepoint Community Church.

JAM Toonie Lunch @ Salvation Army

15417 Roper Ave White Rock BC (get directions to the JAM Toonie Lunch @ Salvation Army)
Adults & Seniors Toonie Lunch - Wed. 11am-1pm - $2.5 donation encouraged.
Learn more about the JAM Toonie Lunch @ Salvation Army

King's Banquet Soup Kitchen @ Star of the Sea

15262 Pacific Ave White Rock BC (get directions to the Star of the Sea)
A dining in nutritious dinner on Tuesdays from 4 - 6 pm. Families welcome and provided with special seating. Donations welcomed & appreciated, but not expected.

Maxxine Wright Hot Lunch Program

Maxxine Wright Place 2 - 13733 92nd Ave. Surrey, B.C. V3V-1H9 (get directions to Maxxine Wright)
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.
Learn more about the Maxxine Wright Hot Lunch Program.

NightShift Street Ministries

Surrey: 10635 King George Boulevard, Surrey, BC V3T 2X6 (get directions to Nightshift Surrey)
Langley: 5708 Glover Rd Langley BC (get directions to Nightshift Langley)
Outreach locations in Surrey and Langley include a hot meal and additional support to the community’s vulnerable citizens on the street. The meal service is available from 7-8 pm every night of the year in Surrey, and Monday through Thursday evenings in Langley.
Learn more about the NightShift Street Ministries.

Peace Portal Alliance

15128 27B Avenue, Surrey BC (get directions to the Peace Portal Alliance)
Community dinner every Wednesday at 5:30pm.
Learn more about Peace Portal Alliance.

Seniors Community Lunches

604-531-9400 ext. 207   
There are lunches in most areas of Surrey. You can find the dates and locations by calling the Brella Society.  Most are around $8.
Learn more about the Seniors Community Lunches.

Sikh Gurdwaras

Local Gurdwaras (temples) offer free meals and all are welcomed.

Sources – Women’s Place

15318 20th Ave, Surrey (get directions to the Sources – Women’s Place)
604-536-9611 (ext. 1801)
Drop-in services including a nutritious and tasty hot lunch, Tuesday and Thursdays from 11:30 - 1 pm, for women and their children. Also offer laundry and shower facilities by appointment and a wide range of other supports for women.
Learn more about the Sources Women’s Place.

Surrey Schools Meal 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. 
Learn more about the Surrey Schools Meal Programs.

Surrey Urban Mission

10776 King George Blvd. Surrey BC (get directions to the Surrey Urban Mission)
Breakfast 7 days a week from 8:30-9:30am. Lunch 12:30 - 1:30 pm. Sunday Dinner (to-go) is 5:30-6:30pm.  Clothing and pet food give away Mon Wed Friday during lunch hours. Support workers available to help with housing, ID and other needs.
Learn more about the Surrey Urban Mission.

Young Families’ Stepping Stones Program

Fleetwood Christian Reformed Church 9165 160 St. Surrey (get directions to the Young Families’ Stepping Stones Program)
Bake muffins to snack on and bring home. Guest speakers from the community on topics such as parenting, budgeting, community resources, relationships, self-care and more. Free childminding for your children. Rides available on a first-come first-serve basis.
Learn more about the Young Families’ Stepping Stones Program.

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