Finding support during the COVID-19 crisis

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Being food insecure is stressful at any time, and COVID-19 is creating new challenges for lots of people. But Feed Nova Scotia and our member food banks and meal programs are here to help. 

Food banks and meal programs are safely providing food support
Most of our member agencies are open, with processes in place to safely provide food support. If you need food, call 211. They’re available 24/7 to help connect you with resources in your community. You can also use our Find Food tool for up-to-date information on food banks and meal programs.

Find Food here

Can’t access food banks and meal programs?
While most food banks and meal programs are still open with processes in place to safely serve their communities, not everyone is able to access them right now.

Feed Nova Scotia’s COVID-19 Food Box program is a short-term initiative to provide home delivery of food to Nova Scotians who lack the means to access any other form of food support, largely because they can’t leave their home and they don’t have the funds, friends, or family to help get food.

If this sounds like your situation, please call 211 on weekdays between 8am and 8pm and they’ll help determine if this program is a good fit. The program officially launches May 25.

Your safety is important to us. We’re committed to following all recommendations of the: