Community Meals

Programs that organizes suppers, lunches or other get-togethers that give community residents an opportunity to meet one another in a friendly and informal atmosphere while sharing a meal. Community meals are generally sponsored by churches, libraries and other local community organizations and coordinated by volunteers.



Weekly program offering volunteer gardening tasks and a free family dinner. 

Offers a monthly drop-in lunch program in Ancaster, serving a variety of soup and sandwiches, along with dessert, coffee, and tea.

A safe environment and forum for discussion where participants meet to enjoy a nutritious meal and access blood pressure monitoring, education, and resources. Facilitated by a Registered Nurse. Referrals to other services provided as required. 

Provides dine-in or take-out meals at lunch and dinnertime for youth.

Provides a free eat-in meal on the first Wednesday of every month.

Provides a free lunch and coffee on Tuesdays for those in need. 

Offers a space for LGBTQ+ individuals to join to cook and eat dinner, and create community and connection.

A program that focuses on leadership, health and diabetes, physical activities, and cultural components, available for Indigenous and non-Indigenous youth. Meals are provided to all attendees. 

Offers free pizza, treats, and refreshments, as well as community connections.

Provides a free warm, nutritious meal on weekday mornings for youth aged 13-25. Also gives access to showers, hygiene products, clothing, wi-fi, computers, and crisis and housing support.

Program offers free soup, sandwiches, coffee, tea and dessert.  There is a free will donation for those who are able.

Provides free daily breakfast and lunch meals to individuals in need. 

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