Donation

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We Like Fresh Produce Donations!

By Keith Yee in Donation on May 29, 2015

Did your vegetable garden or fruit tree produce a bumper crop? Did you accidentally buy more than you need? Please consider donating your excess, good-quality fresh or frozen fruits and vegetables to the Richmond Food Bank. Fresh fruits and vegetables are essential – many of the people we serve are dealing with health concerns and/or…

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Thank you Sinfully the Best!

By Keith Yee in Donation on April 23, 2015

Thank you to Sinfully the Best Chocolates for their very generous donation of $2000! Sinfully the Best employee (C) presents a $2000 cheque to RFB office manager Judy Ying Sun (L) and RFB volunteer Don (R) Sinfully the Best held a raffle for a large chocolate bunny during Easter and sold 1000 tickets for $1…

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Thank You Richmond Cosom Floor Hockey Association!

By Keith Yee in Donation on March 20, 2015

Kevin Coles, RCFHA President presents a cheque to Alex Nixon from the RFB Thank you to the Richmond Cosom Floor Hockey Association (RCFHA) for their generous donation of $300 to help our neighbours in need. The RCFHA held a 50/50 draw during their season-ending playoffs on Sunday 1 March 2015 and donated their part of…

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Thank you Richmond Auto Mall

By Keith Yee in Donation on February 6, 2015

Thank you to the Richmond Auto Mall and the Dealerships of the Richmond Auto Mall for their generous donation of over $15 000 and non-perishable food items! The Richmond Auto Mall holds an annual Food Bank fundraiser with the dealerships and the general public.  You can learn more about their 2014 fundraiser here.  Together, they’ve…

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Thank You Loblaw City Market

By Keith Yee in Donation on November 24, 2014

Thank you to Loblaw City Market for your generous $1000 donation.  The new Loblaw City Market on Steveston Highway made the donation as part of their opening celebration on Friday 31 October 2014. RFB Executive Director Margaret Hewlett, joins Chris Brodie, Judy Ann and Hector Che of Loblaw City Market, City of Richmond Mayor Malcolm…

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