The Princeton Baptist Church Food Bank is supporting the Town of Princeton with Crisis Assistance as we recover from the 2021 floods.
If you have been experienced flood damage or displacement due to the floods, it is important that you register with ESS (Emergency Social Services). Click the button below to self-register, or call 250-273-0143
Need support? Want to offer support? Click the button below to send your information
Food Bank Contact
The Princeton Baptist Food Bank is operating at 190 1st Street, Princeton BC
Tuesday and Thursday 10 am to 2 pm
Phone us for support/information 250-295-7752
What does the food bank need?
** We have been overrun with donations from many generous people and groups. We have run out of storage space so, it is important to check our Facebook group to see what we are currently in need of.
** WE ALSO ENCOURAGE YOU TO CALL 250-295-7752 to schedule ideal times and locations for dropping off deliveries.
We are sharing the latest needs and updates, and community service announcements in the Princeton Baptist Food Bank Group on Facebook, please check there.
If you don’t have access to Facebook, you can call us at 250-295-7752
What does the food bank have?
Come and get what you need:
- Groceries, milk, produce
- Diapers, baby food
- Bottle water, bring your containers for self serve (at the curling rink)
- Clean up kits from the Red Cross (bring your ESS number register here or call 250-273-0143) at 160 Old Hedley Rd
- Firewood at 160 Old Hedley Rd
We can deliver to you, fill out the form here and let us know if you would like a delivery
Community Foundations Princeton Relief Fund
(goes towards emergency relief for citizens impacted by the flood
Princeton Baptist Food Bank
(goes towards food, clothes, diapers, hygiene products, etc.)
etransfer to firstname.lastname@example.org
Princeton Baptist Church
(goes towards hotel stays, firewood, community support, etc)
etransfer to email@example.com
Flood Relief for Tulameen (GoFundMe)
(goes towards support of the fire department with disaster relief)