TORONTO, Oct. 5 /CNW/ -
WHAT: Fall Food Drive Public Sorting
So far, Toronto's Daily Bread Food Bank has collected 130,000
pounds of food for the people who rely on food banks in Toronto,
far off the pace required to get to the goal of 900,000 pounds.
Thanks to strong media support, the gap is beginning to close, but
a big push is needed over the holiday weekend to ensure no empty
Note: Daily Bread is fully booked for public sorting.
No volunteers are required.
WHEN: October 6, 7 & 8
11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
WHERE: Daily Bread Food Bank
191 New Toronto Street (Off Islington, north of Lakeshore)
GENERAL FOOD DRIVE INFORMATION
Non-perishable food donations can be dropped off at any fire hall,
Loblaws or Real Canadian Superstore. The fastest, easiest way to make a
financial gift is online at dailybread.ca. A second option is to donate by
phone with a credit card by calling 416-203-0050. Or people can mail cheques
to: Daily Bread Food Bank, 191 New Toronto Street, Toronto, ON M8V 2E7.
Daily Bread Food Bank is a non-profit, charitable organization dedicated
to fighting hunger. Last year, almost 900,000 people in the GTA relied on food
banks. Daily Bread and its member agencies serve the majority of these people
through neighbourhood food banks and meal programs in over 160 member
agencies. In an effort to eliminate the need for food banks, Daily Bread
educates the public, conducts research and advocates realistic government
For further information:
For further information: Gabrielle Chackal, Communications & Marketing
Officer, T: (416) 203-0050 ext. 238, E: email@example.com, C: (416)