Working together to make hunger non-existent in our communities.

View the video directly on YouTube  here.

It is important that our Board:

  • is renewed by a turnover of members
  •  represents the area we serve - Huron County and beyond
  • consists of those who have a knowledge of the non -profit sector (or be willing to learn)
  • shares the passion for the HCFBDC mission
  • recognizes that sometimes we act on Faith for the good of those we serve
  • members be over 18, attend most meetings, and pass a police check, etc.


 If you or someone you know could help us setting direction and making decisions to alleviate food insecurity throughout our area – and want to know more - Please contact anyone listed on our Board of Directors page
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Donate

You can make a difference by making a donation of food, finances or gifts-in-kind for a charitable

receipt to fight hunger together in our communities.


The Huron County Food Bank Distribution Centre, a Revenue Canada registered not-for-profit organization,

is funded by donations from businesses, community groups and individuals. We are working in co-operation

with the county’s food banks and the Huron County Health Unit to provide food security to everyone that has a need.

The Huron County Food Bank Distribution Centre is looking for partners and volunteers in the community to

work together to eliminate hunger in Huron County. With your help and donation of time, finances and food

products we can all be part of the solution.

Our mandate is to create a steady flow of much needed food from local businesses and farmers to the area food banks. The food banks, knowing the pulse of their immediate area are distributing the food to individuals and families in need.


News
You can keep up-to-date with how the HCFBDC is impacting communities across Huron County. 
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Hunger in Huron County

From this video you may learn some surprising things about hunger in Huron County. Produced by local high school students.

Get involved


A great opportunity for you to give back to your community in Huron County. Anyone can volunteer!

Are you our next Board Member?

This study was undertaken in 2017/2018 by the Human Analysis Environment Laboratory at Western University and the Huron County Health Unit along with the HCFBDC


The intention was to learn how people are meeting their food needs and about the gaps in our response to food insecurity Huron County.

  • Where is food going?
  • To whom and why?
  • How does this compare to the locations of sources?
  • Where is there need that is not being met.?


We are using this insightful study to guide our future directions.


This entire report can be downloaded here. It may surprise you.