Free meals 3 times a week

1200 to 1500 people served each month

15,000 people feed in 2015

Feeding Windsor was launched in 2014 (hosted by St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church) to serve members of our community struggling with issues of food insecurity as a result of living in poverty and isolation.

The project is run by a part-time Project Coordinator and is currently funded completely by donations from individuals, businesses and churches in Windsor-Essex.

The project provides a free community meal three times a week and serves approximately 1200-1500 people each month. Since January 1st, 2015, the project has fed over 14,000 community members in need including single mothers and their children, the working poor and seniors.

The project offers opportunities for community members to volunteer their skills and services and is supported by donations of food products from local businesses when available.

Feeding Windsor also provides training opportunities to individuals facing severe barriers to employment. Participants are referred from community service organizations and once their training is complete they are offered assistance in finding permanent paid employment in the food services industry.

Tax Receipts

Please note: all donations over ten dollars will be issued a tax receipt.

Meal Locations

Meals are served Tuesday and Thursday at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church

Meals are served Wednesday at Ambassador Baptist Church