HERE ARE SOME PLACES TO TURN TO FOR HELP WITH FOOD/GROCERIES:
1. Meals on Wheels: will deliver meals and groceries as well. https://mealsonwheelsedmonton.org/pages/the-grocery-bag
2. Fresh Routes: have adjusted some of their times. https://freshroutes.ca/
3. Men in Kilts, recently changed their business to give back during this difficult time, and offer free delivery. However, citizens should call to confirm the process.
4. Share the goods: Offering delivery and hampers. https://www.sharethegoods.ca/
5. Bag-Half-Full YEG volunteers aim to make groceries accessible for all with free grocery delivery!
No-contact delivery: pay by e-transfer to email@example.com or cash (in envelope) upon delivery. Groceries will be left at the door.
Order online: https://forms.gle/F5u4v1WNYh3vwoRv8
Or call 780-952-7101
Edmonton City Councillor Andrew Knack has shared a consolidated of list of non-profit organizations that are still operating in Edmonton during this time. Many of which working with our most vulnerable populations, seniors, newcomers and our new temporary shelter at the Edmonton EXPO Centre.
AHC has opened up a ‘hotline’ number in addition to its mainline to provide online supports to all our clients and other vulnerable Edmontonians in need.
Our current operating hours are now Monday to Friday from 9 am to 5 pm.
For the growing needs of clients during this COVID-19 pandemic:
You can contact us toll-free at 1-833-738-7727 or through the main office line– (780) 944-4687; or email: firstname.lastname@example.org or program-specific social media group accounts (WhatsApp, Facebook, etc.)
Check the AHC website for more detailed information.
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