104 8th Ave S
Cranbrook, BC V1C 2K5
250 426 7664
Do you know how much of an impact your donation makes? How far your dollar goes?
What's better, monetary donation or food donation?
Well, while this metric has been used for some time now and as a local food bank you may have your own meal metric based on your individual situation, it's a good time to re-visit. Food Banks Canada devised a "national meals metric" for Canadian Food Banks that can easily be understood by Canadians.
For every $1 donated food banks are able to acquire and share 3lbs of food
or the equivalent of 3 meals.
To learn more on establishing this national metric, click here
We are generously supported by
Hours of Operation:
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
10:00am to 2:00pm
In 2019 we gave out an average of 400 hampers a month.
We have seen an increase in need of eight percent
and have given out an average of 400 hampers per month so far this year.
Many of our new clients are working-families with low incomes or senior citizens; 38% of our clients are children.
The cost of groceries has increased by eight percent.
This affects our buying power as well as explains the increase in demand for our service.
We very much appreciate the support of the community for the Cranbrook Food Bank
but as Christmas approaches, we are desperately low on funds.
We are fully dependent on the generous individual and corporate
(ie. Safeway, Save-On, Superstore, Walmart, BC Gaming, United Way, City of Cranbrook, CBT)
donations which we supplement by purchasing food as needed
To help the Cranbrook Food Bank support those in need in our communities,
please click here to make a donation
or call us at 250-426-7664.
The Cranbrook Food Bank thanks you in advance for your continued support!
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
10:00am to 1:00pm
Proud Member of Food Banks BC
The Cranbrook Kimberley Hospice Society is seeking a
to oversee the smooth and efficient operation of the Society. This position requires a candidate with experience in fundraising, fund development and promoting the Society with a positive image in the communities. The successful candidate needs to understand the philosophy of hospice care and the ability to work confidentially with volunteers, boards and clients.
The ideal candidate brings a minimum of 5 years’ office management and financial experience with computer proficiency in Microsoft Office, Quick Books and Sumac. The successful candidate should have experience in writing grant applications and an understanding of BC Gaming Rules, Regulations and Reporting.
Please indicate the level of post-secondary education completed, years of relevant experience and your salary expectation for this position. Only those being interviewed will be notified.
Please email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Cranbrook Food Bank applied for and received a Community Gaming Grant from the BC Government. This grant will help support the existing services that we offer.
We gratefully acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia.
we are a 100% volunteer organization
104 - 8 Ave S Cranbrook, BC V1C 2K5 250 426 7664 email@example.com