Can you help us?
The Killarney and Area Foodbank accepts food donations of nearly any type. Food must be within its use-by date and not spoiled. Please check dates BEFORE donating items.
We also accept toiletries such as soap and shampoo.
Donations can be dropped off at the foodbank itself, when open. Food collection bins are also located at Boundary Co-Op (Killarney), Killarney School, Lakeside Christian School and various churches in the town.
Alternatively contact us directly to arrange for a collection or drop-off of food donations.
The Killarney and Area Foodbank happily accepts monetary donations.
Donations by cheque can be sent to our mailing address.
We accept e-transfers sent to email@example.com. Your online banking will have instructions for e-transfers. It's easy.
Credit card donations (one-off or monthly scheduled payments) can be made online via the CanadaHelps web site.
Alternatively contact us directly to arrange collection or drop-off of a monetary donation.
Note: Tax receipts are issued for donations of $10 or over. CanadaHelps will give receipts automatically. For other donations, be sure to let us know your mailing address to send you a receipt.
Businesses can make donations-in-kind - a donation of your business goods or services - in return for which we can issue a tax receipt for the value of those goods/services.
Such donations are usually for building maintenance. Normally we will reach out to businesses as required, but feel free to contact us to offer any form of donation that you think would be helpful to us.
Canned fish (tuna, salmon)
Canned fruit and vegetables
Canned or dry beans (kidney, garbanzo, black, baked)
Canned soup (tomato and mushroom are most versatile)
Whole grain cereals (oatmeal, Red River))
Rice (whole grain when possible)
Dry pasta (whole grain if possible)
Laundry soap (pods are best for dividing up)
Hygiene items (toothbrushes, paste, soap, shampoo)
The Christmas Cheer event is a way to provide Christmas gifts and dinner to families and children in the Killarney and surrounding areas, who would otherwise go without.
Donations are accepted throughout November and December. Suggestions for donation include:
Canned or non-perishable foods
New, unwrapped toys and gifts for children and teens
Small adult gifts (clothes, small tools, toiletries)
Knitted articles, mitts, hats, socks
Towels and toiletries
Books for all ages
Games (children, teens and family)
Stocking-stuffers like crayons, colouring books, balls
Christmas wrapping paper, bags, ribbons and tags