About Us

We are a community based charitable organization that provides food assistance and advocates self-reliance by providing case management, emotional support, youth development and capacity building. Learn More…



Our clients are primarily refugees and new immigrant families to Canada, who require assistance to overcome often significant barriers to integrating successfully. Find out more about our programs and services. Learn more..


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We are always looking for dedicated volunteers and new faces.

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Refugee Support Program

Muslim Food Bank and Community Services has been assisting thousands of refugees since 2010.

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The Table Spread

The Table Spread is a monthly project that aims to distribute lunches to homeless individuals in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside.

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Your donations help the Muslim Food Bank and Community Services Society do more to help others.

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Don’t forget! Safe space for young muslims tomorrow, Sunday October 23rd. See MoreSee Less

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Safe Space Session for Young Muslims is on Oct. 23 at 2 pm at Surrey City Centre Library! "Come as you are. Judgement Free Zone . Respectful and confidential". RSVP at See MoreSee Less

Safe Space Session 3- Judgement & Society

October 23, 2016, 2:00pm – October 23, 2016, 4:00pm

Come as you are. Judgement Free Zone . Respectful and confidential.

Come and join the discussion and challenge people’s judgements of self and judgment of societies.

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The Muslim Food Bank was recognized by the Mental Health Commision of Canada as one of three programs in Canada that are models for diversity in mental health programming. This was shared by Amanee Elchehimi, a member of the Mental Health Commission Youth advisory Council and the instructor for the Youth Mental Health First Aid course, who was in attendance at the event this was announced. Congratulations MFB!

New MHCC Report Provides the Tools Needed to Improve the Mental Health of Canada’s Immigrant, Refugee, Ethno-cultural and Racialized Populations | Mental Health Commission of Canadawww.mentalhealthcommission.caHere is the news release. Aspire is highlighted on pg 17 of the report… See MoreSee Less

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Would you like to Help Settle New Comers to BC? See MoreSee Less

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