Walk-in Cooler & Freezer

The Food Bank building is complete and operational. Total cost a little over $500,000 which God provided entirely for.

I have $13,000 left over to go towards a walk in Cooler and Freezer to complete the building. The cost is around $38,000 therefore the Food Bank is short $25,000.

If you feel you can help in any way, please make your cheque payable to “St Joseph’s Parish” it can be sent to the address listed below.

Thank you for your generous support in the past.


R.J.Leger CPA Ltd.
#1-7331 James St.
Mission, BC V2V3V5


New St. Joseph’s Food Bank Building is Now Open!

As of today, Thursday, April 21st at 9 a.m., St. Joseph’s Food Bank is ready to serve as a fully functional food distribution centre for those in need here in Mission. This is another important step forward, ~community helping community !

Last October the opening of the new building was celebrated while awaiting completion of some required interior needs.

Ron Leger, a local accountant and volunteer leader at St.Joseph’s Food Bank since 1996 says says next steps include further fundraising towards the purchase of a walk-in cooler and walk-in freezer to increase capacity to receive product to distribute and share with those in need. He adds he is hopeful those donations will soon make this possible adding, Mission has been most supportive of St. Joseph’s Food Bank with broad based, community support ~ fund raising initiatives and corporate support to help the food bank meet “real” needs. With great pride, Ron Leger, himself a volunteer, says St. Joseph’s Food Bank is entirely operated by a dedicated and caring team of volunteers who serve in many areas to ensure this community support and help.

This is another time to say ‘THANKS’ to all the volunteers and those who donate & support St. Joseph’s Food Bank in Mission.

St. Joseph’s Food Bank is located at 32550 Seventh Avenue in Mission on St.Joseph’s Parish Church Property.
The food bank is open at 9 a.m. – the FIRST and THIRD THURSDAY of every month.

Mathew 25:35
“For I was hungry, and you fed me. I was thirsty and you gave me a drink. I was a stranger, and you invited me into your home.”

Ron Leger

Refugees from the Congo

St Joseph’s Food Bank is involved providing food for 14 Refugees from the Congo.

The parish together with a group of churches and individuals through MCC are sponsoring a group of 14 Refugees from the Congo arriving soon. We will also be helping Syrian Refugees coming in to Mission through MCC once this group is settled.
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Grand Opening

The Grand Opening of the Mission Food Bank is slated for October 31, 2015 at 11:00 am. Special guests will include the Archbishop of Vancouver and Mission Mayor Randy Hawes.