Midnight Kitchen is a non-profit, worker and volunteer-run collective that operates out of tio’tia:ke (unceded kanien’kehá:ka territory) dedicated to providing accessible food to as many people as possible. We aim to empower individuals and communities by providing a working alternative to current capitalist, profit-driven systems of food production and distribution.
Please note that while the SSMU building is under renovation, we are unable to provide our daily lunch service. Throughout the Fall and Winter we are running weekly meal pick-ups and a food bank, as well as free activities and events. We continue to offer Solidarity Servings and Discretionary Funding. In the Spring and Summer months we will be gardening on campus! Read the update on our programs and services here.
Programs & Activities
Workshops and Skillshares
We host free events, skillshares, and educational workshops. Don’t forget to check them out!
Sign-up for our bi-weekly food bank! It’s open to anyone, with priority to those who can’t access other food banks in Montreal.
Weekly Meal Pick-Ups
While we are unable to do our daily lunch servings, we are offering a weekly meal pick up in collaboration with the McGill Office for Students with Disabilities and the Financial Aid Office. Sign-up by emailing us!
Garden With us!
Throughout the spring, summer, and early fall months we manage a large container garden and in-ground plot on McGill campus, where we grow vegetables and herbs. Join us!