Soup Kitchens

Programs offered by churches, restaurants and other organizations that provide meals in a central location for people who lack the resources needed to buy and prepare food. The food may be distributed to people who line up for the meal or may be served to people seated in a dining hall setting, and participants rarely need to establish eligibility for the service.



Provides a meal, as well as food, clothes, and other items to those in need every Wednesday evening at Ferguson Station. (Ferguson Ave S between King St and Main St.) 

Provides daily meals of soup, and sandwiches. Also offers emergency supplies such as blankets, sleeping bags, coats, hats, mittens, etc. when supplies are available. 

Drop-in centre offering daily meals and recreation, harm reduction groups, health care services, professional services, housing support, and social engagement programming. Includes onsite health clinic and Ontario Works office.

Provides free snacks and light meals to youth ages 13 to 25. Offers safe drop-in access to wi-fi, showers (1pm-4pm), clothing, hygiene products, laundry facilities, weekend food bank, emotional support, and referrals to shelters and other community resources.

Provides free hot meals to people in need. Operates in the winter, usually the beginning of November to the end of March. Schedule can be found online.

Provides a healthy free lunch every Friday.

Distributes free packed meals for anyone in need.

Offers a noon-hour lunch and chapel service with a Christ-focused message designed specifically for street-involved youth. Offers food, music, and people sharing their personal stories.

Provides free warm, nutritious meals on weekdays for youth aged 13-25. Offers positive social activities such as wellness spa night, sports and recreation, cultural theme night, and movie and game nights.

Program provides a healthy free meal each Thursday. This service is currently being offered as take-out only. 

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