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We all need help sometimes.

If you need food support, please call 403-948-0063 during business hours 

No one should have to choose between food and other basic needs.

Let us help you get back on your feet.

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We provide food support to those in need in Airdrie, Crossfield, Balzac, Beiseker, Madden and surrounding North Rocky View County.

service area

Each hamper contains enough food for 7-10 days and is individually prepared by our volunteers. Our hampers include balanced food choices such as fruit, vegetables, milk, eggs, bread, meat and non-perishables. We aim to meet the needs, dietary restrictions and preferences of you and your family.


  • While booking a hamper pick-up time with our staff, you will be asked to provide household information so our volunteers can build your hamper and we can connect you with additional support.

  • Hampers are scheduled by appointment and picked up from our contact-free drive-thru.

  • Hampers can be accessed once every 30 days as needed.

pantry program

The Airdrie Food Bank Pantry Program is available during our regular office hours. Our Food Recovery partners support our Pantry Program which is available without a referral or appointment to those in need.

  • Our pantry operates to provide additional support to our community.

  • We do our best to stock a variety of foods; options change day to day based on our donations.

  • You are encouraged to stop in to pick up bread and extra items as often as needed.


We partner with local agencies including Community Links, ADVAS and AHS to connect you with partner programs and resources. A variety of our partner programs support new and expectant parents.

  • Best Beginnings Hamper provides nutritional support by providing access to nutritious foods and by reducing hunger for expecting parents and their families.

  • Formula Hampers to support babies.

  • Milk for New Moms provides milk to support nursing moms and their babies.

  • Pregnancy and Beyond is a free program run in collaboration with AHS and Community Links. General P&B program topics include parenting, prenatal, infant, pediatric nutrition, and much more. The Airdrie Food Bank partners with the program to offer monthly cook nights through the community kitchen. Cook night is an opportunity to build connections while learning food skills and preparing family-friendly recipes. Sign-up for P&B is available through Community Links.


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