Other Ways to Help

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Safeway “Because You Care Hampers”
Available year round. Simply purchase $5 or $10 pre-packaged food hamper of some of our most needed items then place in the instore
drop box.

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Alberta Share Program
Add $2 or more to your bill at the following participating locations Beaumont Sobeys, Devon Garden Market IGA, Leduc Shoppers Drug Mart, and Leduc Co-op.

Beaumont Sobeys ‘Hunger Heroes’
At the Beaumont Sobeys see customer service to purchase Sobeys gift cards to be forwarded to the LDFB or go to CanadaHelps.org,
and in ‘Find a Charity’ search ‘Leduc and District Food Bank’, in the ‘Apply your donation to a specific fund set up by this charity’ section choose “Beaumont Hunger Heroes

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Loblaw ‘Extra Helping’ National Campaign
No frills and Extra Foods ‘Extra Helping’ National Campaign runs in local communities at Christmas and in the Spring. Either donate non-perishable food items or make a $2 cash donation at the store checkout.

Host a Food Drive
You want to help out but don’t have the time to commit to volunteering? Why not host a food drive. Get your company, school, congregation, club, or neighborhood involved. You can also host a drive among your family and friends!

Please contact us to register your food drive.We can also provide you with materials and ideas to assist you in your goal to make a difference.

“It is very busy yet rewarding.
 I enjoy the people and the fact
that I’m helping my community.
I had no idea what went on here
until I started to volunteer. It’s an
amazing place with so much to
organize and do.”

“It gets me in and around my
community. A good feeling to
give back and my wife
appreciates me getting out of
the house.”


The LDFB has a very dedicated group of volunteers from our drivers who pick up the donations within our district. to those that work in our warehouse sorting and distributing everything that comes in.  

Our volunteers are individuals from all aspects of our community, bringing with them knowledge and experience that helps us grow towards our common goal of building food security for those in need.  Volunteers are such an essential part of our organization.  Countless volunteer hours have been donated to ensure that the LDFB continues to thrive.

There are numerous personal benefits received by those who volunteer at LDFB, including an opportunity to help others, putting skills to good use, meeting new people, learning new skills, having an opportunity to give back and being responsive to community needs.

Volunteer Opportunities

Drivers: We need volunteer drivers 7 days a week. Our drivers use one of our two vans to pick up donations within our district. It’s a great opportunity to be out interacting with the members of our community while giving back.

Warehouse Volunteers: Volunteering in our warehouse consists of sorting food donations, assisting with our recycling program, and helping with other tasks as needed.

Fall Food Drive: Help volunteer during our regular Fall Food Drive the 1st Monday of October.  Volunteers go door to door within the City of Leduc to collect donations on behalf of the food bank between 6:00 pm and 8:30 pm. This is a great family activity.  Please contact the food bank to register to volunteer during this very important food drive. Email: director@ldfb.ca

Volunteer FAQ

What is the LDFB like?

The LDFB works hard to provide a friendly environment for our volunteers. The team is comprised of many different individuals who come from a variety of cultural backgrounds, faith, communities, ages and abilities.

Can I just show up to volunteer?

No. You will need to fill out a volunteer application form, basic criminal record check as well as go over our information package with our executive director. Drivers will also require a drivers abstract. (cost to be reimbursed).  Please email director@ldfb.ca to request an application form.


How old do I need to be to volunteer?

We encourage that those that apply to volunteer be 18 years or older. This is due to the confidentiality of our clients.

How often do I have to volunteer?

The LDFB asks for a commitment of a 3-hour block of time at least 1 day a week. It is of course negotiable depending on circumstances. Different times of day involve different activities. Volunteers may be asked to participate in weekend or after-hours events. Participation in these is optional.

Will training be provided?

Yes. Someone from our staff will ensure you’re trained and given the appropirate information  and a clear description of what is expected.

Group Opportunities

Would your organisation like to volunteer as a Group?  We have opportunities for group and team building please contact us at director@ldfb.ca or call 780.986.5333 for more details and to arrange a time.

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