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  • The Stettler and District Food Bank is a non-profit organization that provides food hampers to individuals and families in need within the Stettler community. We are a registered society, and an active member of Food Banks Alberta, working together to eliminate hunger in our province. Our mission is to provide emergency food support to those in need, and to promote long-term solutions to address food insecurity in our community.

  • We acknowledge we are on Treaty 6 Territory and the Homeland of the Métis. We pay our respect to the First Nations and Métis ancestors of this place and reaffirm our relationship with one another.

  • The Stettler and District Food Bank Society has no guaranteed source of income, all funding is from donations and grants.

  • Details on our charitable status, yearly audited financials, and Society details can be found on the CRA website

  • The Stettler and District Food Bank Society charitable registration # is 886583590

  • We are not associated with the Stettler United church, we lease the space.

  • We are not associated with the Stettler FCSS or other government agencies.

As a member of the Food Banks Canada, the Stettler and District Food Bank has agreed to abide by the Food Banks Canada Code of Ethics


  1. Provide food and other assistance to those needing help regardless of race, national or ethnic origin, citizenship, colour, religion, sex, sexual orientation, income source, age or mental or physical ability.

  2. Treat all those who access services with the utmost dignity and respect.

  3. Implement best practices in the proper and safe storage and handling of food.

  4. Respect the privacy of those served, and will maintain the confidentiality of personal information.

  5. Not sell donated food.

  6. Acquire and share food in a spirit of cooperation with other food banks and food programs.

  7. Strive to make the public aware of the existence of hunger, and of the factors that contribute to it.

  8. Recognize that food banks are not a viable long-term response to hunger, and devote part of their activities to reducing the need for food assistance.

  9. Represent accurately, honestly and completely their respective mission and activities to the larger community.

Volunteers making hampers
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