We take pride ensuring that every dollar donated to Food4Kids Waterloo Region is spent where it was intended, ensuring children have access to healthy food each week.
We ensure organizational administration expenses such as rent, phones, charitable audit, staffing and fundraising costs are kept to an absolute minimum to ensure your donation impacts children.
Food4Kids Waterloo Region is not in receipt of any sustainable funding and depends on donations or one-time grants to feed children in our community.
This is why your support is needed more than ever!
Donation by Mail
Food4Kids Waterloo Region
200 David Bergey Drive
Kitchener, ON N2E 3Y4
Call today if you'd like to make a donation in person.
Ask for Kelly-Sue at 519-576-3443 or email:
Go to Donate NOW page
Help us continue to ensure that no child in our community is hungry.
$1,000 will support 1 child each weekend and everyday during school breaks for an entire school year
Food Donations (Individual portions only please)
We are always appreciative of food donations made to Food4Kids Waterloo Region and are happy to be able to accept the following items in individual sized cans or boxes:
Fruit Cups: Pears, Peaches, Pineapple, Mixed Fruit or Applesauce (packed in juice… not syrup)
Cereal Bars: Kellogg’s All Bran Bars, Granola Bars (nut free), Compliments Chewy Apple Berry
Protein: Soups, Stagg Chili (Easy Open), Tuna, Salmon, Flakes of Chicken, Flakes of Turkey, Hummus and Crackers, Beans in Tomato Sauce
Snacks: Goldfish crackers (bulk or snack size), Raisins ( snack boxes), Ritz Snackwich (8 to a pack), Clover Leaf Hummus, Chicken or Tuna (snacks with crackers)
Grains and Seeds: Quaker Oatmeal Packets (Plain or Maple and Brown Sugar), Bulk Sesame and Pumpkin Seeds, Sesame Snaps
Halal: Zwan Chicken Luncheon Meal, California Garden Large Broad Beans, Chtaura Eggplant or Hummus Dip, Tuna in Vegetable Oil
While support is appreciated, we are only able to accept the items listed that meet provincial nutritional guidelines. Our focus is healthy food choices to address child obesity and ensuing health-related issues caused by a lack of access to proper nutrition.