11 March, 2022


Why people still don't care about poverty, despite the pandemic's hardships

A day comes when you simply have to turn away from a world telling you you don’t deserve to be fed

Frances Koziar · for CBC Opinion 

5 January, 2022

We are still accepting non perishable food donations! In keeping volunteers and staff as safe as possible, we have collection barrels outside at our warehouse (140 Hickson Avenue) for contactless drop off. 

Many Kingston and area grocery stores have a food collection barrel at store fronts that we pick up weekly:

10 November, 2021

Charity Intelligence

Proud to be named on Charity Intelligence's Top 10 Impact List for Canadian Food Banks 2021.

20 October, 2021

Thank you to Reinier of Brilliant Eye.ca for creating another video titled "Volunteers Make the World Go Round." ! Watch it here on our YouTube channel. 

28 September, 2021

Giant Tiger Canada has partnered with Food Banks Canada for its Round-Up campaign.

26 August, 2021

Michael started volunteering with Partners in Mission Food Bank in early 1994 while working contract work at the Kingston Psychiatric Hospital.  At the time, he was looking for a way to increase his community involvement, make new friends, stay mentally and physically fit, and to make a difference in many lives- and he has!!  Michael was a perfect match with our organization.

24 June, 2021

Thank you to Reinier of Brilliant Eye.ca created a video to help #ygk know more about what we do here! Watch it here on our YouTube channel.