Last Updated: April 30, 2020
The Native Canadian Centre of Toronto is serving Lunches To Go at the Front Door and Hampers 11am-1pm, Monday to Friday until further notice. Location: 16 Spadina Rd. Toronto, M5R 2S7.
The Toronto Council Fire Native Cultural Centre is offering Daily Meals To Go and Food Supports, located at 439 Dundas Street East, Toronto, M5A 2B1
Native Child and Family Services Toronto is supplying food hampers & providing youth take away meals Monday to Friday 9am – 5pm Saturdays 11am – 5pm.
Contact: 416-969-8510 x 3141 or email;
Wilson@nativechild.org or firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
The Toronto Inuit Association is providing food support for Inuit individuals & families. There will be a special Food Security Support to replace the Tungasuvvingat Inuit food bank during the COVID-19 crisis.
Contact your TI Primary worker for details & to make arrangements
If you do not have a primary worker at TI, please contact: Paulina at 613-857-1709 •
Messages will be answered between 9am-4pm only. Support will be offered until April 3rd or until supplies last.
Two Spirited People of the First Nations is offering a Community Support Food Program, with priority for existing members. Contact to arrange a drop off: firstname.lastname@example.org or 437-249-6837
Gabriel Dumont Non-Profit Homes is providing food supports for residents.
Contact: email@example.com or 416-988-0346
GDNP Homes update as of April 2, 2020:
Have a Pandemic Relief staff member specifically for cleaning/sanitizing all common areas daily; Have launched access to Traditional Practitioners/Healers/Elders via phone call one on one scheduled times; Will continue to be accessible as a drop point for fresh produce, or assist in any way needed.
The Drop-In Centre (282 Parliament Street) is closed and all programs suspended until further notice.
In response to the COVID emergency system in Ontario, Oahas is limiting its program to deliver harm reduction supplies distribution and providing remote support to Indigenous Peoples living with HIV/AIDS and the at-risk community in the province. To reach any of our workers, please call 1-800-743-8851
In light of COVID-19, NWRCT has come to the very difficult decision to temporarily close its doors, postponing all programs and services until further notice. NWRCT will continue to work diligently to monitor the situation and the needs of the community, and continue to reassess operations as required. NWRCT is committed to our community healing, thus our Traditional Healers are working remotely with clients as required. In addition to this, we recognize our services offer essential supports to those in need, thus, if you require support, referrals, or for any other inquiries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for direction to a key management member of the Centre who will work remotely to address and meet your needs.