Who We Are

Bringing our community together to increase awareness and provide access to resources with compassion and dignity.

Integrity – Ensuring every interaction with stakeholders is confidential, respectful and professional.

Compassion – We strive to provide service in a discreet and empathetic manner.

Equality – No matter where we come from or what we have, life events can impact us all. We are all equal in our need for food.

Partnership – We are committed to enhancing our current  relationships and working with our community to build new ones.

The Chestermere Regional Food Bank Foundation has been in operation since September 2007 and is run by a group of dedicated volunteers.

The Food Bank serves the City of Chestermere and the surrounding rural areas.

You can reach out to us here or by phone at 403-273-0777.

All correspondence is kept strictly confidential.


The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared the COVID-19 situation a Global Pandemic. We take this situation very seriously with our top priority being the safety of our staff, volunteers and clients.

In the effort to stem the spread of Covid-19, it is imperative that you read and comply with the following:

  • If you are feeling ill, we require you to stay at home until you are feeling better.
    • Please take extra precautionary measures during this time.
    • If you have flu-like symptoms and need more information or health guidance, call Health Link at 811 for assistance. Do not go to clinics, doctor’s offices or hospitals unless directed by Health Link.
  • If you are at the Food Bank, increase your hygiene.
    • Sanitize your hands when you enter the building.
    • No handshakes. No fist pumps. No hugs.
    • Wash your hands properly and frequently (for at least 20 seconds) and use the hand sanitizer provided.
    • Sanitize your workspace regularly.
    • Avoid touching your face and sneeze/cough into your sleeve.
  • If you have been travelling outside Canada, please contact 811 when you return home, even if you have no symptoms.
    • Contact our Executive Director and update her on your status.
    • You may not return to your duties until you have been medically cleared.
    • Monitor your symptoms for cough and fever. If you feel ill after returning, were in a health care facility in an affected country, self isolate yourself and call 811.
  • If you or members of your household are planning future travel, whether domestic or international, please advise our Executive Director.
    • If this travel proceeds, be prepared for self-isolation upon your return if required.
    • You may not return to your duties until you have been medically cleared.

What you can expect from us:

  • Additional sanitizing materials throughout the building.
  • Increased cleaning throughout the building.
  • We continue to communicate and demonstrate best hygiene practices to all.
  • We are reviewing client service options to ensure we continue to provide a comfortable hamper pick up experience.

Up to date information about COVID-19 is available at:  www.alberta.ca/covid19