Thank you to the Greater Sudbury community for your ongoing support! We could not do what we do without you!

We accept NEW and USED donations Monday to Thursday from 10:00am to 3:00pm.

Are you pregnant?
Have young kids?
Struggling to provide?
Need encouragement?

A life crisis can happen to anyone. When you and your young children need it, help is here!

Access Resources

Help is just a call away.

Individuals can register for our services in the last 3 months of pregnancy or when providing care for any infant or child under three years old – including mothers, fathers, grandparents, or other caregivers.

After you complete registration, you may access our services by appointment one to two times per calendar month, depending on the service.

Resources are distributed as evenly as possible among our many clients. We serve families from diverse backgrounds who find themselves needing assistance for many different reasons. The first visit is often the hardest to make – but you’ll soon discover that we are here to help you, free from judgement or discrimination. See you soon!

Our Needs

We need you, because they need us!

The Pregnancy Care Centre & Infant Food Bank operates solely through community donations. We receive no government funding.

We serve between 300-500 families per year with children under the age of three who are struggling to provide necessities for their young children.

Our goal is to provide food and nutritional support to families with infants and young children who are facing food insecurity.

We accept the following donations:

Food: Infant Formula, Baby Cereal, Pouches/Purees, Baby Snacks.

Clothing: New and Used Clothing Sizes Newborn to 5T, Womens and Maternity Clothing.

Baby Items: New and Used - Toys, Books, Baby Accessories (car seats, high chairs, strollers, bottles, safety items, soaps/shampoos, etc).

For a complete list, visit our Donation Guide

DONATIONS may be dropped off Monday to Thursday between 10:00am and 3:00pm

Interested in volunteering?

Our mission is to meet the health, material and spiritual needs of expectant families or their children by providing information, education, supplies and support with compassion, dignity and respect.

The Pregnancy Care Centre and Infant Food Bank was established in 1996. Throughout the years, we have grown to serve between 300-500 families with young children living in low-income families in the Greater Sudbury area.

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