Media Advisory - Foodless fridges invade the financial district - Daily Bread officially kicks off the Fall Food Drive



    TORONTO, Sept. 20 /CNW/ - Confused commuters in the downtown financial
district this morning wondered, "Why all the empty fridges?" The striking
image of an empty fridge where one would least expect it is causing people to
stop and notice, commanding thought about the subject of hunger in the city.
See the refrigerators today at: University Ave on the median between Dundas
and Queen; Nathan Philips Square on Queen, between York and Bay; York and
Adelaide; Bay and King; and Wellington and Yonge.

    
    WHAT:     The purpose of the fridges will be unveiled at a press
              conference on Friday to kick off Daily Bread Food Bank's annual
              Fall Food Drive, informing and reminding people of what they
              can do to fight hunger in Toronto. The goal of the food drive
              will also be unveiled.

    WHEN:     Friday, September 21, 2007
              2:00 p.m.

    WHERE:    Daily Bread Food Bank
              191 New Toronto Street (Off Islington, north of Lakeshore)

    WHO:      Gail Nyberg, Executive Director, Daily Bread Food Bank
    

    A non-profit, charitable organization working to eliminate hunger in the
    Greater Toronto Area since 1984.





For further information:

For further information: Gabrielle Chackal, Communications & Marketing
Officer, T: (416) 203-0050 ext. 238, E: gabrielle@dailybread.ca, C: (416)
819-2196


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