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Cooking Classes in March! Register today

By Stephanie Shulhan in Community Events on February 26, 2020

Starting in the first week of March, free cooking classes organized by the Richmond Food Bank in partnership with Food Banks Canada will be hosted at the Caring Place kitchen, room 340 – 7000 Minoru Blvd in Richmond, BC. To reserve your spot in any or all of the 8 classes listed below (please note…

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Coldest Night of the Year #CNOY Walk – February 22

By Stephanie Shulhan in Community Events on February 3, 2020

It’s cold out there! And on Saturday, February 22 2020, the Richmond Food Bank Society is going to help do something good about it. The annual Coldest Night of the Year family-friendly walk raises money for local charitable organizations serving people in our communities who are homeless, hungry, and hurting. RFBS staff, volunteers, and supporters…

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The Richmond Food Bank is now a Good Food Organization!

By Stephanie Shulhan in RFB in the Community on November 24, 2018

The Richmond Food Bank is pleased to announce that we have joined Community Food Centres Canada’s Good Food Organizations program to showcase our commitment to offering impactful community food programs based in principles of health, empowerment, and respect. With over 175 other Good Food Organizations and 10 Community Food Centres across the country, we are…

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2018 Taking Care of Business Breakfast

By Keith Yee in Community Events on April 20, 2018

We had a wonderful time at Pathways Clubhouse‘s Taking Care of Business  breakfast on Wednesday 18 April in the Executive Hotel. Pathways Clubhouse is a charity in Richmond that “offers hope, encouragement and opportunities to people who live with mental illness.”  Pathways provides a supported environment for people as they strive towards mental wellness, transitional…

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Happy Birthday to Us!

By Keith Yee in RFB in the Community on March 27, 2018

The Richmond Food Bank turned 35 this March- we officially opened our doors in March 1983 at St Alban Church! We were originally planned as a temporary source of support during an economic downturn.  However, the need only grew. We served 20 families the first day with grocery hampers.  Today, we serve more than 2200…

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