Food Bank

Whistler’s Food Bank provides an essential service for a range of people based in the Sea to Sky corridor.

 Or Drop-In during open hours.

Who is it for?

It is for anyone and everyone experiencing food insecurity. It is supplementary food provided to those who do not have the means to access or provide food for themselves. Many people, including children, rely on our food bank for a significant portion of their food and nutrition. It could be a short term solution for an injury, job change, relocation or just an altered circumstance.

Date & TIMES

Year-round program. Open for drop-ins on Wednesdays and Fridays from 9:00 to 11:00 am.

Available by appointment on Tuesdays, Fridays & Saturdays from 1:30 to 3:30 pm in the WCSS building at 8000 Nesters Road.

 

What We Offer

  • Food Assistance: 3 to 4 days’ worth of groceries based on the size of your family.  The selection of food changes weekly and includes staples such as fresh fruits, vegetables, grains, canned beans, canned fish, pasta, pasta sauce, cereal/oatmeal, flour, peanut butter, bread and eggs. May include kids snacks such as granola bars, fruit cups, and juice.
  • Health Assistance: Baby Formula, Diapers, menstrual care products and harm reduction kits
  • More than food: food skills training and/or help with making a long-term plan to become self-sufficient through WCSS Outreach Services (ie: help with taxes, EI applications, financial subsidies and mental health resources).

How to register

No registration required. Drop-in or book online. 

In order to serve our community better we have added an appointment option.
Hamper Pick-ups are available by appointment on Tuesdays, Fridays & Saturdays 1:30pm – 3:30 pm. 

All new and returning clients can book online or phone 604-932-0113.

If you have questions please email our Food Security & Community Development Manager, Gizem Kaya at foodbank@mywcss.org or call 604-902-0670.

Program supporters

Hosting our donation bins and helping us rescue food on a weekly basis:

Nutrition Coupon Program: 

BC Association of Farmer’s Markets 

The coupon program is supported by:

Continued support of this program: many volunteers, individuals and businesses in our community.

We collaborate with community organizations and BCAFM member farmer’s markets to provide farmer’s market coupons to lower-income families, pregnant women and seniors.

Proud member of Food Banks BC and Food Banks Canada.