Sun Youth in urgent need of food donations

Tzach Alon and Rebecca Raaber load a Sun Youth car for our home delivery program helping those coping with isolation. Photo courtesy of Sun Youth
Tzach Alon and Rebecca Raaber load a Sun Youth car for our home delivery program helping those coping with isolation. Photo courtesy of Sun Youth

The Christmas Basket distribution at Sun Youth closed with 4000 families receiving food and new toys. But the work is far from over!

During the cold winter it’s more difficult to fill the growing needs of our clientele with our current food stocks. Please continue to be generous. Food donations collected at this time of year will allow us to support our clientele throughout the year. The organization is looking for donations, particularly pasta, pasta sauce, rice, legumes, peanut butter and canned fish such as tuna or salmon.

Sun Youth Food Bank helps those in difficult situations while offering monthly food supplements to seniors, pregnant women and people with chronic diseases. We have a home delivery service for people with reduced mobility and
socially isolated individuals.

We offer a pick-up service for large donations of food. Call 514-842-6822 (and follow the directions of the phone system) to schedule a pickup or email pickup@sunyouthorg.com

Always there for the children. Learn more:

Generations Foundation


You can drop off your donations at our 6700 Parc Ave Service Center, Mon. – Fri., 8am – 6pm and weekends, 10am and 6pm. West-Islanders can drop off food at our Ville St-Laurent warehouse: 920 Montée de Liesse weekdays, 8am to 4pm.

Monetary donations allow us to purchase perishable and non-perishable food to supplement donations. The easiest way to donate is to visit sunyouthorg.com.         — Nicolas Carpentier


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