Donate to Community Connections!
Donate to Community Connections and support the provision of social supports in your community. Whatever you would like to donate, whether it be cash or cheque, perishable or non-perishable food items, child or infant supplies, blankets or something else you think could help those in need, you can always bring it to us at the Community Connections main office.
We are located at 314 2nd St East and are open Monday to Thursday, 8.30am – 4.30pm and Friday, 8.30am – 12.30pm or contact us here.
Donations can also be made via e-transfer to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your mailing address for your Tax Receipt.
Taxable donation receipts are available upon request. Cheques are payable to Community Connections (Revelstoke) Society.
Other ways to donate
Food Banks Coupons
Pick up and scan these coupons upon checkout at Save-On-Foods and Southside Market. Scanning the coupon will add $2 to your grocery bill. All of the proceeds go to our Food Bank through Food Banks BC.
Plant a Row, Grow a Row
Plant a Row, Grow a Row for neighbours in need!
What is the minimum donation?
Minimum donation is one. One of anything! Of course, it’s easier for the agency distributing the food if you have more, like if you have a dozen tomatoes, or a bag or two of beans in excess, and you won’t eat them. But truly, they’ll be glad to get just one, if that’s what you’ve got.
Where do I take my donation?
Monday to Thursday, 8:30am – 4:30pm, donations can be dropped of at Community Connections main office, located at 314 Second St East.
Friday, 8:30am – 11:00am, donations can be dropped off at the Food Bank, located downstairs at the Legion, 600 First St West.
- Root vegetables, like carrots, turnips and parsnips
- Broccoli, cabbage
- Peas, beans, tomatoes
- Radishes, sweet peppers, summer squash
- Apples and pears
- Lettuce and herbs
How do I prepare my donation?
Harvest your veggies, wash off the soil, trim the excess leaves, etc., and bring ’em in! That’s it!
Donate through the Gleaning Project
Community Connections, Revelstoke Local Food Initiative and Bear Aware together present an EASY way to share your extra fruits, berries and vegetables with the rest of the community. Donated food will go to the Food Bank to enhance the nutritional value of our hampers!
What GLEANING means to the Food Bank: “To collect and gather surplus produce from the community to enhance food quality”.
Contact Revelstoke Bear Aware at 250-837-8624 or email to arrange for FREE pickup of any unwanted produce from your yard and garden or to volunteer to help pick fruit. Volunteers are welcome to keep some fruit for their own use.
Alternatively, you can drop off your surplus produce directly to us:
- Monday to Thursday, 8.30am – 4.30pm- drop off at Community Connections, located at 314 Second St East.
- Friday, 8.30am – 11:00am -drop off at the Food Bank, located downstairs at the Legion, 600 First St West.
Emergency Services Food Drive
The Emergency Services Food Drive brings awareness to local food security issues and to hunger within our community. It helps to provide much needed resources to the food bank, in helping them help those who need a hand. The Food Drive fostesr a feeling of community and teamwork between emergency services crews, community groups and individuals.
Thank you to everyone who has been involved in making past events a huge success.
Get connected to volunteer with Community Connections!
Box 2880, 314 Second St East,
Revelstoke, BC V0E 2S0
Mon to Thurs 8.30am - 4.30pm
Friday 8.30am - 12.30pm
Box 2880, 416 Second St West
Revelstoke, BC V0E 2S0
Food Pick Up
Mon 11am - 12pm
Wed 5pm - 6pm
Fri 11am - 12pm
Mon 10am - 1pm
Wed 3pm - 6pm
Friday 10am - 1pm
Phone: 250 837 2920
Fax: 250 837 2909