Indian Society of Calgary

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Grocery help for COVID-19 affected families

The Indian Society of Calgary provides food bank services to individuals and families in need within the Indian community. The food bank program aims to provide access to nutritious food for those who are experiencing financial hardship, food insecurity, or other challenges.

The food bank is run by volunteers from the Indian Society of Calgary who work to collect, sort, and distribute food donations to those in need. The food bank provides a range of non-perishable and perishable food items, including canned goods, cereal, pasta, Indian grocery, fresh produce, and dairy products. The food bank operates on a confidential basis to ensure the privacy and dignity of those who use its services.

The food bank program has been a lifeline for many members of the Indian community in Calgary who are experiencing food insecurity or financial hardship. The program helps to ensure that individuals and families have access to the nutritious food they need to maintain their health and well-being.

Overall, the Indian Society of Calgary’s food bank program is an excellent example of how community organizations can work to support those in need and address food insecurity within their communities. By providing access to nutritious food and support services, the food bank program helps to promote the health and well-being of all members of the community.

If you have lost your job/income, and struggling to pay for groceries, we can help you. Please fill the form below to provide us with information about your needs

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