St. Paul’s Social Services
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Type of Organization
Delivery Method
Online, In person
English, Other
Other languages
ASL and French, depending on the day
Organization Mission

The Food Bank of St. Paul’s Social Services provides and emergency supply of food for 12-14,000+ families and individuals per year. Food hampers include fresh eggs, powdered milk, bread and fresh produce to supplement our dried or canned foods. Service is available every 2 months and we are open 9 am to 11:30 am Monday to Friday (excepting statutory holidays). Our operation depends on the a small group of dedicated volunteers, without whose efforts we would not be able to operate.
Our Fellowship Centre provides a delicious meal free of charge, every Thursday from 12:00 to 1 pm for an average of 65-to 80 guests. Sit-down or take-out meals are available. During the Pandemic, services have operated out of St. John the Evangelist Church hall at 280 St. James Street in London, Ontario

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Contact Information
472 Richmond Street, London ON, London, Ontario (ON) N6A 3E6
Organization phone number
Contact Name
Barbara Symington
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Organization website URL
Contact email address
Organization email address
Geographic zones of services
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Canada, Ontario (ON), Southwestern Ontario, London
Choose province in which you serve cities
Ontario (ON)
Choose Ontario regions
Southwestern Ontario
Southwestern Ontario cities
Are you offering specific services to these groups? (You can choose multiple)
Persons with a mobility disability, Women, LGBTQ2+ individuals, Military sexual trauma survivors, Indigenous, CAF Reservists, Part-time/Volunteer, Other
If other, specify group
Seniors, the unhoused
Basic Needs
Basic Needs Categories
Food Sub-categories Services
Emergency Food, Meals
Food Services Methodologies
Community Meals, Homeless Meals
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Ontario (ON)
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