Description (Service) 2018 Christmas hamper program: 
* hampers include turkey or ham, veggies, pie, bread, milk, pancake mix, syrup, and sausages. 
* apply by dates specified 
* hamper pick up is on Fri, Dec 21 from 10 am-7 pm - If someone else is picking up on behalf, must have a signed letter from person who registered  
Toys for Kids Drive, sponsored by the Kinettes 
* toys available for children 16 years of age and under 
If individuals wish to donate turkeys, please do so as soon as possible  
* Can donate to the Wasaga Beach Food Bank by pre-authorized remittance - drop into the Food bank and fill out remittance permission form, make sure you bring a void cheque with you  
* Cheque donations are to be made out to the Wasaga Beach Ministerial Food Bank 
* Toy donations can be made at the food bank before deadline or dropped off at numerous locations in town such as grocery stores who are collecting for "Kinettes - Toys for Kids" - any toys welcomed but especially need gifts for teenagers
Service Details
Hours Tue 10 am-1 pm * Thu 10 am-1 pm, 6:30 pm-8:30 pm
Dates Hampers: registration - Nov 1 to Dec 19 
Toys: register by Dec 13 
Food donations: accepted until Dec 19 
Toy donations: accepted until Dec 15
Areas Served Wasaga Beach
Eligibility Anyone in need * must not be registered elsewhere for assistance or toys
Application Must apply in person during specified dates * proof of residence and ID for children or dependents if family is not already registered with food bank
Languages English
Fees None
Address and Location
Site Location Beside Post Office
Located In Community Wasaga Beach
Address & Map
818 Mosley St, Unit 2
Wasaga Beach, ON L9Z 2C5
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Contact Information
Office Phone 705-429-6464 during Food Bank hours, or leave message on answering machine.
Fax 705-428-0487
Primary Contact Christina Armstrong, Emergency Contact/Volunteer
Alternate Contact Sue Connell, Volunteer
Primary Executive Archie Nesbitt, Vice Chair of Leadership Team

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