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Contact Information
Public Comments Thrift Store is at a separate location - 8 Asa St.
Office Phone Administration 613-258-3583 ; store 613-258-0111
Primary Contact Calvin and Erin Wong, Director; Phone: 613-258-3583 ext 100; Email:
Alternate Contact Angela Matthews, Administrative Assistant; Phone: 613-258-3583 ext 102
Address & Map
2 Oxford St W
Kemptville, ON K0G 1J0
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Mailing Address Box 295 
Kemptville, ON K0G 1J0
Physical Access Not Accessible
Description & Services
Description (Service) COVID-19 (23 Mar 2020): Due to COVID19, thrift store and church services are closed until further notice. Food bank and family services remain open but by appointment only; clients can call to make an appointment.

Thrift Store: sells gently used clothing, household items and furniture at low cost * accepts similar items from public as donations * various types of assistance available depending on need

Food Bank and Grocery Voucher: Can provide a three day supply of food * mostly non-perishables * bread, milk, some meat, sometimes fresh produce, baby food and diapers when available

Advocacy and Referral Services: Help for Heat * Low Income Energy Asistance Program (LEAP) * Homelessness Prevention * Literacy related assistance * Medical and dental services

Summer camp * pastoral care * transportation assistance * Christmas hampers * angel tree toy drive * book campaign * back to school campaign * income tax preparation * volunteer program * friendship lunch * snowsuit fund * emergency assistance for overnight accommodation * emergency disaster relief for fire victims * visitation for various needs including hospital and home visitations * assistance for those suffering abuse * Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS) * Repair Ministry: Job readiness and life skills * Christian Summer Day Camp * Overnight Camp
Hours Food Bank : by appointment only
Areas Served North Grenville
Boundaries North Grenville area -- Burritts Rapids Road to Winchester to Spencerville to Ottawa-Carleton Township line
Eligibility Thrift store open to all * food bank open to those in need * call for information on eligibility for other programs
Application Food bank applicants should book an appointment for their first visit * bring proof of residence, income and expense statements * call for more information on how to apply to other programs
Languages English
Fees Service - Small fees for clothing and other goods ; None - for assistance
Other Details
Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Funding Fundraising ; Donations - Charitable Registration Number: 107951618 RR0274 ; Fees ; Sale of Goods
Date Updated 30 May 2019
Service Categories Christmas Programs ; Community Meals ; Day Camps ~ Children ; Food Banks ; School Supplies Donation Programs ; Tax Preparation Assistance ; Thrift Shops ; Utility Assistance

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