Regeneration Marketplace

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Feeding Our Community

The Regeneration Marketplace was started as an emergency response to growing food insecurity due to the COVID-19 pandemic in early 2020. As time passed, we realized that Brampton needed a reliable source of food and goods for its vulnerable communities, and we could provide just that.

The Regeneration Marketplace operates on the selflessness and generosity of our community. We graciously accept donations of food and other goods from Tuesday through Saturday and work to serve individuals and families on an appointment basis.

Our Marketplace was founded to provide care and dignity to members of our community that might need a little help. We serve hundreds of families and individuals every week through an appointment-based free food marketplace.

Make an Appointment at the Marketplace

If you’re interested in taking advantage of the Regeneration Marketplace, we operate by appointment only. You can also visit us during operating hours to make an appointment

Book an appointment–visit our contact page to get in touch.

Marketplace email: [email protected]

Extension number: 4000

Success In Numbers

It’s because of your compassion and generous donations that our annual numbers continue to rise. Thank you for making Regeneration possible.

Open 365

Days a Year for Hot Meals

57,000

Meals Served

1.2 Million LBS

Of Food Recovery

25

Partnerships

21,000

Volunteer Hours

350 Households Served

with groceries weekly

Our Locations

Regeneration Office & Meal Program

We’re located near City Hall.

  • 156 Main Street N
  • Brampton, ON L6V 1N9

Regeneration Marketplace

We are located in the same building as the Kabul Farm Supermarket.

  • 253 Queen St E
  • Brampton, ON L6W 2B8

Regeneration Thrift Store

We’re across the street from Colony Ford Lincoln.

  • 253 Queen Street E
  • Brampton, ON L6W 2B8

Guest Experiences

Meet Charlie – A Regeneration Transformation

Charlie came to Regeneration in his 50s. He was experiencing homelessness, grieving his divorce, and dealing with heartbreak. COVID-19 caused him to lose his job and the temp agency he was working with simply didn’t provide enough regular income to live on.

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