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December 2018

Celebrating Movers and Sharers

Celebrating Movers and Sharers
Financial contributions to Food Banks Canada are critical, but donations of resources such as transportation, skills, or services — known as “gifts-in-kind” — play an equally important role in helping us carry out our work. Read more about this post

The Importance of Giving Back This Holiday Season

The Importance of Giving Back This Holiday Season
This holiday season, give back to your local food bank. Someone you know—a neighbor, a coworker, a friend—could be relying on food banks just to get by. Just a simple donation can make a huge difference. Read more about this post

Make a Difference over the Holiday Season

Make a Difference over the Holiday Season
As we gear up for the holiday festivities, our minds turn towards the season filled with loved ones, gift exchanges and favourite dishes at the dinner table. The holiday season is also the quintessential time to spread the spirit of giving to help those in need. Supporting food banks in your community is a great way to spread this spirit in a season filled with good cheer and kindness. Read more about this post

Food Banker Spotlight – Laurie O’Connor of the Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre

Food Banker Spotlight – Laurie O’Connor of the Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre
We are always interested in hearing more about the individuals in food banking across Canada! This month, our spotlight is on Laurie O’Connor of the Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre in Saskatoon, SK. Read more about this post

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Hunger Facts

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of food distributed by Canadian food banks is fresh (eg. milk, eggs, fresh or frozen fruits and vegetables, bread)