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We Accept Perishable Food from Businesses

By Alex in Donation on January 15, 2018

Does your business have excess close-dated perishable food items?  Want to make sure that they get used instead of being discarded or going into the compost? The Richmond Food Bank will gratefully accept your items! An example of what we received from Shoppers Drug Mart at Richmond Centre We accept perishable food items from wholesale…

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Loblaw Holiday National Food Drive

By Alex in Donation on December 10, 2017

Loblaw Canada is holding a national food drive throughout the month of December! From 8 December to 24 December, Loblaw stores (including Loblaw’s City Market and Superstore) in Richmond will be accepting nonperishable donations to the Richmond Food Bank. They’re hoping to collect more than 1.3 million lbs of food across Canada for local food…

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Peterson Donation Drive- Learn how your donation can be matched!

By Alex in Donation on November 20, 2017

We are very grateful that Peterson is holding a donation drive to support the Richmond Food Bank.  This is the second year that they’ve have generously agreed to match donations, after last year’s very successful fundraiser. From now until 29 December 2017, Peterson is matching all donations up to $10 000 made through our online…

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Peterson Food Drive

By Alex in Donation on November 29, 2016

We are very grateful that Peterson is holding a fundraising drive to support the Richmond Food Bank! Peterson is encouraging donations to support the Richmond Food Bank and will match up to $10 000 in donations!  Monetary donations also go further- for every $1 we spend, we give out $6 worth of food. To make…

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Baby Food and Formula

By Alex in Donation on March 21, 2016

Thanks to several very generous donations, we currently do not need baby food or baby formula.  Our shelves are very well-stocked: In fact, we have noticed a declining need at our Grocery Distributions, as many people are choosing homemade baby food and breastmilk instead of commercial baby food and formula. If you have a program…

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