Need Support?

Ways to Help


Need Support?

Ways to Help


Join us on Hamilton Mountain for Coldest Night of the Year, and help us raise over $140,000 in support of Neighbour to Neighbour Centre.

We are encouraging Hamiltonians to once again team up, fundraise and walk with us during our 11th annual Coldest Night of the Year Fundraising Walk on February 24th, in support of people experiencing hurt, hunger and homelessness in Hamilton.

Lead our community
to an improved quality of life.

Neighbour to Neighbour Centre has helped Hamiltonians in need for over 35 years. From our emergency food bank to educational and family supports to our Community Food Centre, Neighbour to Neighbour uses preventative measures and strategies to alleviate the burden of poverty in Hamilton.

Our Locations

N2N Centre
Main Office

28 Athens Street, Hamilton

For Food Bank, Family Services and Educational services please visit our 28 Athens St. location.


  • Food Bank -(by appointment)  


  • Community Counselling
  • Utilities SupportS
  • Money Matters
  • Settlement Services


  • Deban Brunette literacy program
  • after school math success program


  • used bookstore

N2N’s Hamilton Community
Food Centre

310 Limeridge Rd West, Unit 10

For the Hamilton Community Food Centre, please visit our 310 Limeridge Rd. W. location.

  • Food Skills Programs
  • Food Access Programs
  • Education and Engagement Programs
  • Community GardenS & COMMUNITY GARDEN Network Program
  • Community Meals

Recent News

Thank you for Supporting Halloween 4 Hunger 2023!

Halloween at St. Thomas More Catholic Secondary School (STM) is a big deal. Halloween 4 Hunger is a school-based initiative that has aimed to raise awareness, food and funds for Neighbour to Neighbour for over twenty years. Due to safety restrictions around COVID-19, we are asking that you support this important cause with a financial donation this year. Thank you for supporting us and N2N through this uncertain time.
Click the “Read More” button below to donate now!

OTF Grant Improves Work Space Health & Safety

Thanks to the generous Resilient Communities Grant from Ontario Trillium Foundation, we have been able to completely renovate our admin office and boardroom, provide new office furniture for employees, build new safety doorways for community counselling offices, and...

More than a source of free, fresh, organic produce for both personal and foodbank use, the gardens are a community gathering spot where participants like Louis socialize, share ideas, learn, and find a healthy mental outlet.

Neighbour to Neighbour has worked diligently over the past year to help meet the needs of more and more people struggling through the pandemic. From the foodbank, to health and financial assistance, to counselling, parent resources and education programs, we are...

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