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NOTE - Sites that are providing a place to leave donations are:
  • Provincial Alliance Credit Union, Kakabeka Falls Branch; 115 Clergue Street, Kakabeka Falls, ON; 807-475-4276; Hours of operation: Mon-Fri 8:30am-6pm
  • Oliver Paipoonge Municipal Office; 3250 Highway 130, Rosslyn, ON; 807-935-2613
  • Oliver Paipoonge Library in Rosslyn Village, 3405 Rosslyn Road; 807-939-2312
  • Neebing Municipal office, 4766 Highway 61, Neebing, ON; 807-474-5331
  • Churches in rural areas
  • Odena Foods Kakabeka Falls
NOTE - Every six months clients will be asked to bring in proof of address. Proof of Residency and Identification is a requirement for clients attending and registering with the food bank in order to obtain food hampers on a monthly basis.
Organization: Rural Cupboard Food Bank  
Phone Numbers: 807-285-0836
Crisis: Emergency Food Hampers - 807-285-0836
Email: ruralcupboardfoodbank@gmail.com
Website: www.raisethefoodbank.com
Address:
Kakabeka Falls Post Office
W, Box 327
Kakabeka Falls, ON
P0T 1W0
Street
Address
:
19 Holland Rd W
Conmee
 
Intersection: Holland Rd W and Hwy 11/17
Location: Conmee Community Complex
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Office Mon-Fri 10 am-9 pm (leave message)
Food Bank third Wed of the month: Jan-Nov 11 am-1:30 pm
Food Bank second Wed of the month: Dec 11 am-1:30 pm
Executives: Mark Halabecki - Chair of the Board of Directors
Kevin Halabecki - Vice-Chair of the Board of Directors
Contacts: Mark Halabecki - Board Director (Chair)
807-472-1284 * ruralcupboardfoodbank@gmail.com
Gladys Grant - Board Director (Public Relations)
Service Description: Operates a food bank offering non-perishable goods on a monthly basis to rural residents around the City of Thunder Bay

Located in the Conmee Community Complex on Holland Rd W

  • Operates a food bank offering non-perishable goods
  • Organizes ongoing food drives

  • Fees: None
    Application: Must show ID to prove rural residence (e.g. utility bill); also ID for each person living in household
    Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Low-income families and individuals that reside in rural areas west of Thunder Bay to Upsala and south of Thunder Bay to USA border at Pigeon River
    Languages: English
    Area(s) Served:
    Thunder Bay City, Thunder Bay District  
    See Also: Food Banks

    This information was last completely updated on April 4, 2017

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