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Tiny Bundles

Tiny Bundles is a Surrey Food Bank program specifically designed for pregnant moms and families with babies aged newborn to one year. Pregnancy and the first year of a baby's life are critically important for healthy development. Proper nutrition and support lays a good foundation for the rest of their lives.

Tiny Bundles "moms" receive a food hamper every week (instead of every two weeks) as well as fresh eggs and milk while pregnant or nursing. Hampers are supplemented with fresh vegetables and other nutritional items when available.

New parents receive a baby layette when their baby is born and a grad gift package when the baby turns one year old.

As a Tiny Bundles mom, you are eligible to receive assistance from the food bank once a week on Wednesday's from 9:00am - 1:00pm. If you are expecting you will receive dairy products. If you have a child and are breastfeeding you will receive dairy products. If you have a child and are not breastfeeding you will receive formula.

Tiny Bundles mothers will also be provided with toiletries and other products when available.

To Register

Clients must provide proof of address, photo identification, dependents as well as proof of income which will demonstrate need.

To register, each adult in the household will need:

Picture ID

This would be official, government issued identification, such as a drivers license, BC Identification, passport, status card, Canadian immigration papers or landed immigrant card.

Proof of Address

You must prove that you live in either Surrey, North Delta or Cloverdale with an official piece of mail with your name and address on it. Such items as telephone, hydro or cable bills are ideal, or a recent Accommodations & Allowance print out from the BC Employment and Assistance office which will confirm income and address.

Proof of Low Income

From every adult receiving any source of income in your household, you must provide a copy of a recent cheque stub, EI cheque, salary slip or a recent Accommodations & Allowance print out from the Social Assistance office which will confirm income and address.

Proof of Dependents

You must provide the physical Care Cards for each person in your household.

* Please Note: You will be asked to update your information once every 6 months.

Other Requirements for Tiny Bundles Clients:

If you are pregnant:

  • We require a doctors note that indicates that you are expecting and your expected due date, or:
  • We require an ultrasound that indicates your due date.

If you have a child under 1:

  • We require the hospital baby bracelet (within 3 months of birth) or the child's Care Card.

Donating Supplies

If you wish to contribute supplies to the Tiny Bundles program please see our list of Most Needed Items.

Warning

 

Door-to-door cash solicitations

The Surrey Food Bank does not go door-to-door to solicit cash donations nor do we partner with any other organization to do so. If you are approached by someone claiming to represent the "Surrey Food Bank" or the "Food Bank" please note as many details about the individual as you can and contact the non-emergency number for the RCMP

What's Happening

  • Thinking of donating? We are in need of #TinyBundle items such as formula, cereal & baby food (meal & vegetable). http://ow.ly/zAA0ZMost Needed Items | Surrey Food Bankwww.surreyfoodbank.orgYou can also consider sponsoring a Tiny Bundle. For only $50.00 per month you can help feed a little one in our community. Sponsor a Tiny Bundle... 3 days 9 hours ago
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  • RT @EnvisionFin: Kudos to @SurreyFoodBank for changing it up to meet the needs of everyone! http://t.co/PKU5ySvHixTaking stock - Surrey Leadert.coThe Surrey Food Bank uses the summer season to improve how it serves its 14,000 clients. 1 week 4 days ago