Our volunteers are working hard to get to everyone across our city, however it is possible for donations to be missed. If your donation was not picked up by 4:00pm on December 4th, we apologize and thank you for your effort and understanding.
Toronto Miracle is 100% run on volunteer power and while we strive for excellence sometime mistakes happen.
We hope you will still consider donating by dropping off your donation at a fire station or participating grocery store near you.
Click here for a map of fire station locations across the city.
Click here to view a map of participating grocery store locations.
We encourage you to take your donations to one of the Toronto Miracle drop off locations listed below. Locations will be open from 10:00am - 4:00pm on Dec 4th only.
Daily Bread Food Bank Warehouse: 191 New Toronto St., Etobicoke M8V 2E7F
North York Harvest Warehouse: 116 Industry St.Toronto M6M 4L8
Salvation Army Warehouse: 150 Railside Rd, Toronto M3A 1A3
Scarborough Food Security Initiative Warehouse: 3595 St Clair Ave East, Warehouse Door # 22 Scarborough M1K 1L8
You can also drop off your donation at a fire station or participating grocery store near you. Please send us an email with the number of items you dropped off so we can include it in the count towards our goal.
Click here for a map of fire station locations across the city
Click here to view a map of participating grocery store locations
Here is a list of recommended items:
Second Harvest has created a great guide which dictates when food past its best before date should be donated by. If you are donating food that has an expired best before date, we request that you follow these guidelines
Our top priority is the health and safety of all participants and volunteers of Toronto Miracle on December 4th. If you are symptomatic, please isolate and do not volunteer.
Recommendations for Food Donors:
According to Toronto Public Health, there is no evidence that COVID-19 is spread by food or food packaging. Wiping down containers or packaging is not necessary.
There are many ways to fight food insecurity in Toronto: